After the announcement in late February of the Pokémon Sword and Shield video game, People for the Extortion, Torture and Abuse of human beings (PETA) decided to weigh in by tweeting a link to their own Pokémon game subtitled Black and Blue: Gotta Free 'Em All!. PETA's Pokémon game was made in 2012 as a … Continue reading PETA Experiences Backlash Comparing Pokémon to Animal Abuse
Around the middle of last year, a YouTube vlogger named Calum McSwiggan went on a rant against PETA that generated thousands of re-tweets and forced his followers to question the group's actions. Below is a video compilation of another rant of his and no word if People for the Extortion, Torture and Abuse of human … Continue reading This Brutal Anti-PETA Rant Went Viral, and People Were Shocked to Learn About Their Hypocrisy
Imagine your son or daughter gets home from school and decides to hop on your home computer to play a game of the multiplayer shoot-em-up strategy game Fortnite. To your horror you discover later while eating dinner with them that rather than having fun stopping the bad guys and plotting strategies to do so, they … Continue reading Scientists Are Playing “Fortnite” to Lecture Kids on Climate Change
Two years ago, The Vancouver Sun interviewed Greenpeace co-founder and scientist Dr. Patrick Moore. In this exchange, Moore shares his views with interviewer Stu McNish on topics such as the environmentalist movement, Greenpeace, climate change,and GMO's.
Tucker Carlson shows that the Left is resorting to extreme, hate-filled rhetoric in its political campaigns and dealings with their political opponents. Instead of calling for civility and decency, the Left is adding to the cycle of partisanship that contributes to the uncivil discourse and even violence directed at their competitors. This is evidenced by … Continue reading The Left is Consumed with Rage
An assistant professor at Michigan State University named Elizabeth LaPensée has created a game that was released during early October named Thunderbird Strike. The game allows players to use lightning bolts to destroy pipelines and trucks. According to the game's website, players fly from the Tar Sands to the Great Lakes as a thunderbird protecting … Continue reading Video game developed to promote eco-terrorism