Concerns About Vote Fraud, Election Manipulation For 2022 Midterms Are Valid

Arizona is getting a large amount of national publicity resulting from the 2022 midterm elections, and it is not for the better. Like was pointed out before, Florida’s population is much larger than Arizona’s and the Sunshine State had nearly all of their ballots tabulated and political contests pronounced at midnight on Election Day. So… Read More Concerns About Vote Fraud, Election Manipulation For 2022 Midterms Are Valid

Greenpeace Shifts Blame To Industry For Recycling “Myth”

Not only did Greenpeace’s recent study state that a fraction of plastics were recycled in the U.S. last year calling it a failed concept, now the green meanies have shifted gears and are using the occasion to accuse corporations, like fossil fuel companies, of being behind the recycling myth mantra. For decades, recycling has been… Read More Greenpeace Shifts Blame To Industry For Recycling “Myth”

A Consensus Of One

Historically, the claim of consensus has been the first refuge of scoundrels; it is a way to avoid debate by claiming that the matter is already settled. Whenever you hear the consensus of scientists agrees on something or other, reach for your wallet, because you’re being had. ― Michael Crichton

United Nations: “We Own The Science”

The U.N. Global Communications Director Melissa Flemming recently bragged about teaming up with technology companies, like Google, to ensure the climate alarmist narrative is what everyone has access to first. They certainly can’t allow dissenting opinions or different conclusions now can they?

New Zealand Electric Ferry Runs Out Of Power In Wellington Harbor

The passengers on New Zealand’s brand new electric ferry, the Ika Rere, had to be rescued a few days ago because the ship’s batteries ran out of power in Wellington Harbor. Fortunately, the New Zealand Herald says a fossil-fuel powered police boat was available and nearby to not only pick the passengers up, but also… Read More New Zealand Electric Ferry Runs Out Of Power In Wellington Harbor