Nature calls but the world is not listening

Remember that historic battle over teaching sex education in the public schools? One side demanded that any teaching on sex other than “Just say No!” was outside the lines, while… Read more

Old King Coal still rules the land Down Under

Politics makes strange bedfellows and even stranger divorces. Take the Chinese boycott of Australian coal, which began about a year ago. China is upset over Australia’s assertions that China was… Read more

Old King Coal still rules the land Down Under

Politics makes strange bedfellows and even stranger divorces. Take the Chinese boycott of Australian coal, which began about a year ago. China is upset over Australia’s assertions that China was… Read more

Biden and Boris: The bad news bears

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he is comfortable working with Joe Biden on climate change issues. At the United Nations Johnson days ago praised Biden’s promise to double the… Read more

Joe Biden’s policies increase U.S. dependence on China

At a time when the global supply of semiconductor chips is falling behind global demand, President Joe Biden is pushing heavily for massive changes to the U.S. economy that require… Read more

Woke, Inc. review

Vivek Ramaswamy calls himself a traitor to his class. In his new book, Woke, Inc., the Ohio-born Hindu shows how that, once corporations discovered “wokeness,” they began using their professed… Read more

Burning batteries pose a huge risk to EV mandates

After a Volkswagen Golf (not an electric vehicle) caught fire in the underground car park in Eku-Platz, Germany, the city’s civil engineering department closed the car park for five months.… Read more

Are mileage fees a means of control?

From the Australian state of Victoria comes the news that drivers of electric vehicles are unhappy about having to pay a vehicle-miles-traveled fee (road tax). They are especially angry that… Read more

Oregon activists ramp up war against meat, dairy

People laughed back in May when citizens in five mostly rural eastern Oregon counties voted to join two others in an effort to secede from Oregon and become part of… Read more

A low grade for subsidized battery electric buses

Headline, July 15, 2021: Report: Philadelphia’s Proterra fleet in complete shambles; $24 million worth of Proterra buses taken off the road due to problems Headline, July 23, 2021: Proterra bus… Read more