If Joe Biden wins the presidency, Reason points out what you can expect. Including his pushing to ban fracking and enact the so-called Green New Deal. Like The Washington Post‘s tag line says: Democracy Dies in the Darkness and with Biden we can experience America’s Dark Winter. PHOTO CREDIT: A Washington Free Beacon columnist decided… Read More Joe Biden’s Endless River of Debt and Regulation
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… Read More Virginia’s Green New Disaster
Three years ago, Governor Moonbeam …. er … Jerry Brown signed a bill into law that ratcheted up gasoline taxes in California from 12 to 20 cents a gallon. Now, according to one Golden State political activist, state Democrats are deflecting by blaming high gas prices resulting from the news taxes on energy companies and… Read More California Sues Energy Companies For Price Gouging Despite Having Raised Gasoline Taxes
As a result of the coronavirus, states and municipalities are lifting restrictions and even taxes on single-use plastic bags. Even major supermarket chains, like Safeway, have decided to dump allowing the use of reusable bags. This is an acknowledgement that reusable bags do, in fact, spread sickness. States Welcome Back Single-Use Plastic Bags to Avoid… Read More States Lift Restrictions, Taxes on Single-Use Plastic Bags
Actor Joaquin Phoenix of Joker fame was arrested along at a weekly protest held by Jane Fonda at the U.S. Capitol. According to Breitbart, despite having urged fellow celebrities to forgo air flight to attend award shows at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, Phoenix admitted that he flew a jet to attend the protest.… Read More Joaquin Phoenix Flew In A Jet, Got Arrested, But At Least He Changed His Diet
The law of unintended consequences rears its ugly head. Christian Britschgi | 12.2.2019 – Reason The results of plastic bag bans and restrictions are frequently disappointing, and occasionally counter-productive. Take the United Kingdom, where a country-wide bag fee is encouraging consumers to switch from single-use bags to thicker, reusable bags that use more plastic. Last… Read More Britain’s Plastic Bag Fee Is Producing a Huge Spike in the Consumption of Thicker, ‘Reusable’ Plastic Bags
The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed and hence clamorous to be led to safety by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of the imaginary. – H L Mencken
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… Read More Alberta, Canada Independence Movement Revived
The Washington Post wants to make energy much more expensive, because they believe it will improve the weather. In this video, Tony Heller explores the multiple levels of irrational thought behind their editorial.
California is a prime example that you get what you vote for and the government you deserve.