Are ‘Antifascists’ Employing a Crude Form of Terrorism?

Days before its April 29 parade, Organizers of the 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade in Portland received an anonymous message. Via the Oregonian: “You have seen how much power we have downtown and that the police cannot stop us from shutting down roads so please consider your decision wisely,” the anonymous email said, telling organizers they could

Got Worms? They Might Be the Solution to Landfill Capacity Issues

Written by Aaron Mathis Follow him on Twitter @The_Real_Mathis So how do we deal with the mounting issue of trash on our planet? Worms. Wax Worms to be exact. By complete accident wax moth larvae, a scourge to bee keepers worldwide, was found to biodegrade polyethylene, when bee keeper Federica Bertocchini put the pests in a plastic

Spotlight on a Libertarian: Kevin Cline

Written by Heather Gwynn Follow Heather on Twitter at @starlasworld Kevin Cline is from Akron, Ohio. At only 24 years old, he is a 4-year active duty Coast Guard veteran, and he served in counter-narcotics operations in the Caribbean.  He also supports search & rescue air operations on the Great Lakes.  Kevin is currently a

WikiLeaks is Still Making Waves and It’s Pissing Off the CIA

WikiLeaks continues to publish stunning information on a weekly basis as part of their Vault 7 project. This week’s reveal of Orwellian unconstitutionalism is entitled “Hive.” Friday, 4/14/2017, WikiLeaks exposed the system in use by the CIA to control its vast malware networks over almost every operating system in major use. Hive has sent the world

The West Has Done Bad Things… But So Has Every Other Culture

It has become common for many Americans and Europeans to denounce the West because of its past sins. As David Brooks recently pointed out in his New York Times column, students in history courses are often taught that “Western civilization is a history of oppression.” This argument against the West usually takes the following form:

Why is the Scientific Community Blaming Trump for Their Problems?

Scientists should spend more time in the laboratory and less time marching in the streets. If they did, perhaps they could solve some of the problems with science that they are blaming on other people. This weekend’s “March for Science” was held ostensibly to warn about the politicization of science and the threat to scientific

Civilians Killed By U.S. Airstrikes Rise While Investigations Into Their Deaths Don’t

In March of 2017, the U.S led coalition stated that it would look into an airstrike that, according to the local civil defense officials, had reportedly killed around 200 civilians in the West Mosul neighbourhood of Aghawat Jadidah. U.S. Army Col. Joe Scrocca, a Baghdad-based spokesman for the coalition, at the time stated that the

Bernie Sanders: Students Silencing Speakers ‘a Sign of Intellectual Weakness’

It still remains unclear if Ann Coulter will be allowed to speak at the University of California Berkeley on Thursday as scheduled. Interestingly, it’s just not conservatives who say the political firebrand should be allowed to speak. Over the weekend, while speaking to the Huffington Post, Sen. Bernie Sanders joined the chorus of voices saying

Why People Today Get So Angry about Politics

I frequently wonder why so many people today get so angry at those who share different opinions on politics. Well, I think it’s because our culture has come to see anger, at least in this case, as a virtue. A sentiment that pervades our society today, and is even spoon-fed to some students in schools,

U.S. Students Are Using the Tactics of Kim Jong-un

North Korea is perhaps the most miserable country on earth. An almost 100 percent command economy combined with an extremely repressive regime has produced unimaginable suffering for its people. Dysfunctional mindsets have terrible consequences. Rather than seeing the North Korean mindset as a cautionary tale, some American students—abetted by college administrators—seem to have adopted it.