Shakira Jackson, CFACT Driessen Fellow at the University of Pittsburgh, Bradford, organized a talk with Gabriella Hoffman, host of CFACT’s Conservation Nation video series and District of Conservation podcast. Ms. Hoffman discussed true conservation and how it is being distorted in today’s environmental debate.
Utopian idealism makes the death of Sarah Everard featured in Paul Joseph Watson’s video even more tragic since the usual leftist suspects find it convenient to see the world as they think it should be, rather than as it is. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay.
Reason ran a commentary today who’s author, J.D. Tuccille, essentially says that only tolerance can save us from radical political groups, like those of the violent left. However, Tuccille does not make a distinction as to when not to be tolerant. According to Tuccille’s logic, unlimited tolerance (i.e. a live and let live or laissez… Read More Can Tolerance Save Us From Political Radicals?
A very interesting book entitled The Revolt of the Public has generated a lot of buzz, especially with the events surrounding Donald Trump and the left’s Maoist Cultural Revolution who’s latest victim is Dr. Seuss. Interestingly enough, the author, Martin Gurri, wrote an op-ed in the Daily Caller when the First Edition of his book… Read More “The Revolt of the Masses” 2.0?
A short time ago, Joe Biden caught heat because of a decision by the Defense Department administer coronavirus vaccinations to Guantanamo Bay prisoners. A short time after this was reported in the news, the idea was (rightly) sacked. However, Biden has also, essentially, gutted the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, prohibiting them from deporting illegal… Read More Inmates, Illegal Aliens, #COVID-19, and “Normalcy”
This documentary traces Dr. Thomas Sowell‘s journey from humble beginnings to the Hoover Institution, becoming one of this era’s greatest economists, political philosophers, and prolific authors.
Tucker Carlson delivered a hard-hitting and powerful monologue tonight about what to expect with Joe Biden as President. He also beautifully tied it to racism, a very appropriate subject for Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s holiday.
Even though his politics were on the left, author Kurt Vonnegut was honest enough to get the fact that forced equal outcomes were a disaster. His warning was in a 1961 dystopian science fiction short story named Harrison Bergeron. While there have been movie adaptations of Vonnegut’s tract in the past, during 2009, another movie… Read More 2081: A Preview of Biden’s America
Tim Pool discusses the most recent events with an effort to contest the presidential election and audit dominion voting machines in Arizona. He also makes an interesting historical correlation between the American Colonies and the British over the legitimacy of the Continental Congress along with his experience reporting on civil wars abroad. PHOTO CREDIT: By… Read More Alternate Electors Sent to Congress, AZ Legislators Seizing Voting Machines for Audit
Economist and author Walter Williams died today. Dr. Williams’ best work on economics is his book More Liberty Means Less Government. He was a champion of liberty, including an outspoken opponent of affirmative action and joined Dr. Thomas Sowell on many occasions to criticize affirmative action policies. He was 84 years old. Below is an… Read More Walter Williams – R.I.P.