How the left can weaponize coronavirus to get what they want

A Doctoral Student at the University of Georgia, Irami Osei-Frimpong, explains why citizens should protest the government's coronavirus response to secure the needs of working people, and fight for a better way of life. “There is only one thing which gathers people for sedition, and that is oppression.” - John Locke "Crisis is the rallying … Continue reading How the left can weaponize coronavirus to get what they want

Environmentalists Want To Take Your Food, Your Home, And Your Children

By Daniel Greenfield, Monday, January 13, 2020 At CNN's Climate Town Hall, which set out to save the world by having ten of the 2020 Democrat presidential candidates, their staffers, drug dealers, and mistresses fly out to appear in the fake news network's facilities, Senator Bernie Sanders proposed saving the planet by killing the children. … Continue reading Environmentalists Want To Take Your Food, Your Home, And Your Children

Be Thankful for Capitalism This Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving! The lastest holiday the Left is subjecting to historical revisionism as part of their attack on Western culture and civilization. Before you eat turkey, thank capitalism! Without it, Thanksgiving would be Starvation Day. John Stossel explains why... [Thanksgiving] is a producers’ holiday. The lavish meal is a symbol of the fact that abundant … Continue reading Be Thankful for Capitalism This Thanksgiving

Why We are Getting More for Less

Joakim Book, November 19, 2019, American Institute for Economic Research With strong enough libertarian priors, it doesn’t matter what the question is – more capitalism is always the solution. Such an extreme position is surprisingly hard to argue with: capitalism generates wealth for all and creates the very resources that spend-hungry politicians can later tax … Continue reading Why We are Getting More for Less

How Capitalism Will Save Endangered Species

by Dan Hannan | May 10, 2019 12:00 AM - The Washington Examiner Not long ago, a new variety of orchid was discovered at the Newmarket racecourse in Suffolk, England. The track’s managers were horrified at first. When an endangered plant is found on your land in England, eco-regulators seize control; and this flower was, … Continue reading How Capitalism Will Save Endangered Species

The Rise of Environmentalism, Administrative State, and Erosion of Property Rights

Back in June, the Hoover Institution hosted the Land, Labor, And The Rule Of Law Conference in Washington DC. The meeting examined five research papers that provide a historical and modern analysis of rule of law issues that arise in labor and land regulation and markets. This talk is about how and why the environmentalist … Continue reading The Rise of Environmentalism, Administrative State, and Erosion of Property Rights

Trump Administration Lifts Elephant Trophy Ban

The Chicago Tribune reports that the Trump Administration has lifted an Obama-era ban on African elephant body parts obtained during spotting hunts on the continent. The Administration sacked the idea back in November during a controversy that erupted when it was revealed the President would, most likely, lift the prohibition. Oddly enough, a new book … Continue reading Trump Administration Lifts Elephant Trophy Ban

Environmentalists Ratchet Up Attacks on Corsica Villas

Despite assurances by town officials that construction was being done in accordance with the law, environmentalists have vowed to halt construction of and seek demolition of six villas to be constructed near sea caves in the town of Peyia, Corsica. According to Cyprus Mail, the controversy surrounds the villas location that environmentalists claim is near … Continue reading Environmentalists Ratchet Up Attacks on Corsica Villas

Fighting the Feds Over Frogs

Tucker Carlson interviewed Edward Poitevent II on his Fox News program tonight. The Poitevent family is fighting federal regulators who threatened to impose millions of dollars of fines on them during 2013 for developing a plot of land the family owns. The bureaucrats claim doing so threaten the habitat of the dusky gopher frog which … Continue reading Fighting the Feds Over Frogs

War on the Little Guy: Endangered Species

Journalist John Stossel reveals how endangered species laws lead to perverse incentives for governments to restrict private property use and what property owners do to continue to be able to use their land. Stossel interviews an attorney with the Center for Biological Diversity who is one of many environmentalist groups that sue government agencies to … Continue reading War on the Little Guy: Endangered Species