So far, Qantas Airlines out of Australia is implementing this requirement but the United States airline industry trade group seems on the fence. However, this doesn’t set a good precedent. Airlines set sights on digital passports for COVID-19 vaccine By Alex Gangitano, The Hill The travel industry is moving ahead with plans to ensure a… Read More “COVID Passport” In Development Nearly Complete
Since environmentalists have been ardently opposed to pipelines in order to transport fossil fuels, now they’re targeting other means used to ship fossil fuels now. In this case, by rail. If environmentalists lose on the legal front, the most likely outcome is they’ll resort to sabotage. Environmentalists threaten suit over push to transport liquefied natural gas… Read More Environmentalists Want To Shut Down Other Ways To Ship Fossil Fuels
California’s unemployment rate is atrociously high with people leaving the state weekly, if not daily, to find work and make better lives. Much of this is the result of the Left (including environmentalists) dominating the state’s politics. A proposed major distribution center in Moreno Valley would bring much needed commercial activity (including jobs) to Riverside… Read More Environmentalists Want California Unemployment To Remain High
Environmentalists remind us why they prefer humans to suffer and to be sacrificed to the needs of nature. But, according to the author, we’ll still have the freedom to travel … maybe. Climate explained: will the COVID-19 lockdown slow the effects of climate change? June 30, 2020, 3.11pm EDT, Simon KinghamProfessor, University of Canterbury, The Conversation The COVID-19… Read More Environmentalists Cheer Emissions Drop Due to #COVID-19 Lockdowns
Members of the Mohawk nation are were filmed forcing a train to stop by standing in front of it, assailed it with rocks, and then putting large tree branches on the tracks. The terrorists then set fire to wooden pallets and even burned a car in an attempt to set fire to the train. A… Read More Canadian Environmentalists Try To Derail Train, Accused of Being Armed With AK-47’s
Sargon of Akkad asks: where in the world is Greta Thunberg?
A guest opinion editorial published last week in The New York Times made some startling assertions. The authors, Scott Wiener (a California legislator) and Daniel Kammen (a Berkeley professor), attempt to make the case that denser public housing and transportation would reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Both authors also state that low-density, single-family-home zoning is effectively… Read More Gang Green Signals Their Hostility to Your Way of Life With NYT Op-Ed
The real battle in the Democratic Party is between reality and fantasy, says Chapman University’s Joel Kotkin.
Tucker Carlson takes on Robert Hockett, Cornell law professor and adviser to Rep. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez (AOC), over the details of the Green New Deal. Oddly enough, AOC removed her explanation of it from her Congressional website.