New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and other Democrat leaders nationwide announce that students can skip classes Friday (9/20/201) to join the global climate strike aimed at protesting man-made climate breakdown. Is this just a craven political move, at the expense of taxpayers and of student learning, or a great way to give young people an active role in the crucial work to save the planet?
Are man-made climate change warriors blind to the obscene optics of 100+ private jets — bearing aloft the children of privilege and celebrity — flying in to Google’s Camp where they can decry the evils of the carbon emissions which doom the planet? Apparently, they are. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott consider the motives — and tone deafness — of people who claim to care about a cause as they do exactly that which maximizes the problem they’re fighting.
Sen. Cory Booker tells VegNews that eating eggs doesn’t “align with his spirit.” He doesn’t want government to regulate your diet. If you like your eggs, you can keep your eggs. He just wants to “nudge America toward fake cheese.” Yet, if we’re going to save the planet, you need to stop eating meat.
Progressives in the so-called “intellectual dark web” get a warm, respectful, reception from an audience of conservatives in Oxnard, California, who had come to hear podcaster Dave Rubin’s standup comedy. They acknowledge that this kind of dialogue could never happen on a college campus. Right Angle comes to you five times each week, thanks to […]
Bill Whittle gets triggered by the New York Congressperson-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s remarks at a climate change sit-in protest outside Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s office. Stephen Green and Scott Ott join in the Fisking! Members provide this content for others to enjoy for free. More members, means more conservative conversation and principled messages like this. Join us […]