Trump Slams Google As Veritas Censorship Controversy Escalates

The mainstream media is finally covering the scandal revealed by James O’Keefe at Project Veritas in which someone in management with Google openly declared the company do not want a repeat of 2016. An internal memo was also leaked to O’Keefe in which an anonymous Google employee who came forward was interviewed explaining how and…

Frivolous Environmental Lawsuits Delay Nearly Every Federal Oil and Gas Lease

‘Frivolous protests on anti-fossil fuel sentiments or general opinions are not helpful to the BLM in addressing legitimate protest concerns…’ (Joshua Paladino, Liberty Headlines) After public protests failed to stop President Donald Trump from authorizing the Dakota Access and the Keystone XL pipelines, environmentalists have turned to lawsuits. Environmental groups are challenging nearly every oil…

Bayer to Waste $5.6 Billion Trying to Appease Anti-Pesticide Activists

This will fail and more pressing problems will be neglected RONALD BAILEY | 6.14.2019 Reason Trial lawyers have managed to bamboozle three American juries so far into showering billions of dollars onto their suffering clients based on the scientifically bogus claim that exposure to Bayer’s glyphosate (sold as Roundup here) weedkiller gave them cancer. These…

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…

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.…