Billions of taxpayer dollars earmarked by wealthy nations to “fight climate change” are being spent without oversight or explanation, according to a Reuters report, with some even spent on actual “climate change”. In 2015, 38 developed countries signed the Paris Agreement in which they pledged $100 billion annually to poorer countries to not only “fight climate change”

View from the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, opposite the Radcliffe Camera in Oxford. Bird's eye view of the city of dreaming spires.

In what some are calling the first climate lockdown, the Oxfordshire County Council decided last week to divide the city of Oxford into “15-minute neighborhoods” by restricting Oxford residents from driving beyond their own community centers. The new system will involve six “traffic filters”—busy stretches of road that filter one neighborhood into another. From 7

Cow in the mountains.

Throughout 2022, inflation rates have soared to unprecedented levels. Prices of fuel, groceries, and housing continue to rise nearly every week. As working-class citizens struggle to afford necessities, the United States government is hemorrhaging billions of dollars overseas. Simultaneously, domestic supply chain issues are triggering rampant shortages and impacting countless consumers. More than one hundred food

California Governor Gavin Newsom last month approved legislation that will ban single-use plastic pre-checkout bags in 2025 as an “environmentally friendly” measure. SB-1046 builds on existing law which prohibits stores from offering single-use plastic bags at checkout. “This bill would additionally prohibit, on and after January 1, 2025, a store, as defined, from providing a

Mosquito biting on skin

Close your eyes and picture the plot of a dystopian science fiction film. An eccentric mad scientist is determined to depopulate the planet. Under the guise of philanthropy, he visits impoverished nations and sterilizes women with toxic injections. Unsuspecting citizens are used as lab rats in his heinous medical experiments. Implanted microchips harvest the biometric

A national park has removed “glaciers will be gone by 2020” signs because the “global warming” prediction never came true. Glacier National Park made headlines when it removed park signs meant to highlight “climate change” predictions by the U.S. Geological Survey.The park attempted to save face by claiming the glaciers “are still shrinking:” Kurzmen says

Worms eyeview of green trees

Trees talk to each other deep underground. It’s an idea still relatively new to science but familiar to ancient beliefs. Today, scientists are confirming that forests act like one big superorganism. Below the ground, fungal highways connect the trees. Through this highway, the oldest trees nurture their young. What’s more, the trees communicate and cooperate