We Don’t Need To Ban Pesticides To Save Bees

The irony is that if passed, the Saving America’s Pollinators Act would actually be detrimental to bees and other pollinating species, while harming America’s farmers. By Henry I. Miller, The Federalist Some old ideas for bad laws are endlessly recycled. Take the case of the Saving America’s Pollinators Act, a nearly six-year-old initiative now cosponsored…

Anti-vaccine Parents Embrace Homeschooling to Avoid Vaccines

Parents skeptical or opposed to vaccinating their children are turning to homeschooling to avoid vaccinating their children. During the first week in July, The Wall Street Journal reports, parents attended workshops hosted by the anti-vaccine organization New York Alliance for Vaccine Rights. The events covered course requirements, instruction plans, extracurricular activity options, and potential financial…

Extinction Rebellion: Lawyer representing 300 protesters says prosecuting activists ‘beggars belief’

Jacob Jarvis, Evening Standard A lawyer representing hundreds of Extinction Rebellion protesters said it “beggars belief” so many of them are being prosecuted. It comes as two courtrooms are being set aside for a day each week at Westminster Magistrates’ Court for 19 weeks, to deal with Extinction Rebellion protesters arrested in mass demonstrations across…

The Irony of the New York Blackout

A major power outage has occurred in New York City tonight. According to The New York Times, a segment of the West Side of Manhattan was affected resulting in thousands of people in subways and even elevators trapped, and drivers having to use their own judgement when crossing intersections since traffic lights were also out.…