In Defense of Christopher Columbus: An Exaggerated Evil

Christopher Columbus is a controversial historical figure who is widely viewed as terrible. Every year we question whether we should continue to have a day to celebrate his discovery. But, as this video points out, his bad deeds as highlighted by Leftists have been exaggerated to make him fit the role of a villain. The … Continue reading In Defense of Christopher Columbus: An Exaggerated Evil

Virginia’s Green New Disaster

After electing Democrats to the majority in Virginia's state legislature and clinching the governor's office, they're looking to inflict as much damage and chaos on the commonwealth in order to hold on to power for the long term. This includes ratcheting up state energy prices in order to drive as many people into poverty and … Continue reading Virginia’s Green New Disaster

Atlantic Pipeline Sacked Due to Costs Resulting From Environmentalist Litigation

Virginia-based Dominion Energy and North Carolina-based Duke Energy announced today that they would be cancelling the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project citing mounting costs resulting from environmentalist group litigation. The project would have carried natural has at least 600 miles beneath the Appalachian Trial through the states of West Virginia, Virginia, and North Carolina. The pipeline … Continue reading Atlantic Pipeline Sacked Due to Costs Resulting From Environmentalist Litigation

Canadian Environmentalists Try To Derail Train, Accused of Being Armed With AK-47’s

Members of the Mohawk nation are were filmed forcing a train to stop by standing in front of it, assailed it with rocks, and then putting large tree branches on the tracks. The terrorists then set fire to wooden pallets and even burned a car in an attempt to set fire to the train. A … Continue reading Canadian Environmentalists Try To Derail Train, Accused of Being Armed With AK-47’s

Canadian Pipeline Controversy Highlights Conflict Between Native Indian Councils and Hereditary Chiefs

The controversy over the Canadian pipeline and Leftist groups blocking railway transport of fossil fuels, highlights an under-reported power struggle in the American press. As it turns out, Canadian hereditary native Indian tribal chiefs may have decided to enlist the help of (ahem) ANTIFA and environmentalists as part of a power struggle in an attempt … Continue reading Canadian Pipeline Controversy Highlights Conflict Between Native Indian Councils and Hereditary Chiefs

Canadian Mining Company Pulls Out of Pipeline Project Thanks to Justin Trudeau

Fresh off of his indifference at stopping Leftist thugs blocking trains transporting fossil fuels and Alberta counter-protesters fighting back against them, Canadians have even more of a reason to criticize their pretty boy Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau. Mining Company Withdraws From $20B Oil Sands Project — Citing Trudeau’s Environmental Policies David Krayden, February 24th, 2020, … Continue reading Canadian Mining Company Pulls Out of Pipeline Project Thanks to Justin Trudeau

Canadian Minister Confirms Railway Safety Equipment Sabotaged by Far-Leftists

Canada's transport minister has admitted anti-pipeline activists are sabotaging railway safety equipment as part of their efforts to shut down the country's rail system. Canada is presently in crisis, not just due to the Leftist terrorists, but because Prime Minster Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government obviously are on their side and refuse to take … Continue reading Canadian Minister Confirms Railway Safety Equipment Sabotaged by Far-Leftists

Mexican President Brags About Denying Citizens Mining Jobs

While Australia contends with brush fires that have devastated the lives of Australians and can be attributed to environmentalists opposing controlled burns, Mexico's far Left President President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (aka AMLO) is busily ruining the lives of the people of his country. Despite rampant poverty and crime in his country, AMLO's latest act … Continue reading Mexican President Brags About Denying Citizens Mining Jobs

Alberta, Canada Independence Movement Revived

The recent election in Canada has spurned Alberta to revive an independence movement it undertook back in the 1990's. The province is abundant in oil and coal and, subsequently, has some of the lowest taxes in Canada. However, with Monday's election results, despite Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party losing mightily at the polls, he will govern … Continue reading Alberta, Canada Independence Movement Revived

New York Ditches Gas Pipeline Proposal Despite Soaring Electricity Bills

By Irina Slav for OilPrice.com In an unsurprising move, the New York state authorities rejected a proposal for a new natural gas pipeline that would have supplied 400 million cu ft of natural gas daily to the state where energy demand is growing, but so is fossil fuel opposition on the highest political level. Reuters … Continue reading New York Ditches Gas Pipeline Proposal Despite Soaring Electricity Bills