Chicken Dinner Road runs ‘afowl’ of PETA

By CAROL RYAN DUMAS, Capital Press, Jul 8, 2019 People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has sent a letter to Caldwell, Idaho, Mayor Garret Nancolas requesting him to rename Chicken Dinner Road to the more vegan-palatable Chicken Road. It’s a “kinder alternative, one that celebrates chickens as the sensitive and intelligent individuals they are,…

More of Big Green’s Money Machine

Even though environmentalists are now being held legally responsible for their acts of terrorism, they maybe down but are not out. Regular readers of this blog may recall the Institute for Energy Research (IER) released a study during April revealing the nonprofits and foundations environmentalists use in order to finance their activities. It just so…

VDARE Files Lawsuit Against PayPal

While I am no fan of the group VDARE, they have filed a very interesting lawsuit against PayPal. During May of 2017, the group had their PayPal account terminated for no reason and, most likely, under false pretenses. During February of this year, The Wall Street Jounral reported that PayPal partnered with the far-left Southern…

Bloomberg battalion working out of Mass. AG’s office

Special Assistant Attorneys General paid by green lobby By MICHAEL GRAHAM | PUBLISHED: June 4, 2019 Boston Herald Welcome to Massachusetts: the best justice system money can buy. And in Attorney General Maura Healey’s office, they mean that literally. Right now, there are two lawyers working in Healy’s office as “Special Assistant Attorneys General,” with…

US Antitrust Investigation Could Include more Tech Companies

In addition to Google, the antitrust investigation taken up by the US government could be expanded to include Facebook, Amazon and Apple. It is not yet known when they will be undertaken, but, according to Reuters, the Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission have worked out which companies they will examine for potential anti-competitive practices.…

Environmentalists On Trial for Theft of Macron Portraits

Nicolas Vaux-Montagny – Associated Press – Tuesday, May 28, 2019 Across France, activists have been taking down official portraits of President Emmanuel Macron to protest what they consider his “inaction” against climate change. Now they face up to 10 years in prison. The first of several trials targeting the activists opened Tuesday in the eastern…