The Evil of Environmentalism

Mine Your Own Business pulls the mask off of the environmentalist movement. The 2006 documentary thrashes the warm, fuzzy image of environmentalists as well meaning, harmless activists and is the first movie to reveal the true intent of foreigners who lead campaigns to rescue people in remote areas of poor foreign countries from development. The…

Environmentalists Make Great Movie Villains Because They Want To Make Your Life Miserable

An excellent opinion piece authored by Sonny Bunch executive editor of and film critics for the Washington Free Beacon published in today’s Washington Post. Bunch’s essay tells some inconvenient truths about environmentalists as transmitted by none other than the entertainment industry. The most recent example is the recently released Aquaman whose villain, King Orm, wants…

Trump @ War

Trump @ War, made by former White House strategist Steve Bannon, is an amazing and detailed accounting done of the revolution between liberal and conservative ideologies that took place in the months leading up to the 2016 elections. Most people who followed mainstream liberal media outlets never saw the depth of the actual force and…

How Al Gore Mislead the World

When Al Gore released An Inconvenient Truth, the world went into a global warming hysteria. Twelve years later, much of the world has spotted the ruse, but some still proclaim that fossil fuels will doom mankind. Dr. Jay Lehr of the Heartland Institute highlights a specific moment in Gore’s film and dismantles the shockingly false…

Kenneth Clark’s “Civilisation”

Kenneth Clark (1903-1983) was an distinguished British art historian and museum conservator. His most well-known work is the landmark thirteen episode BBC documentary series Civilisation: A Personal View that was broadcast on the network during 1969. While Clark focuses on his specialty, the visual arts, he also highlights the profound relation between art and religion…