In the wreckage of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, you can also see little pieces of the Constitution of the United States, torn up by global-warming hysterics, who now wish to criminalize what they call “climate-change denial."
Since the orchestrated violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, the establishment effort to censor the Internet has gone into overdrive. It started with the take down of unsavory white supremacist, neo-Nazi-type websites such as the Daily Stormer — it always starts with the easy targets. Google and GoDaddy, a hosting service, practically banned the site from the Internet. Then it was Stormfront, another such hate site. But smelling blood in the water, it did not take long for the pro-censorship establishment in America and around the world to demand full-blown censoring of not just racism and hate, but virtually everything they disagree with. And without a change in course, free expression on the Internet is in grave danger.
When ending a fast-food order, instead of hearing, "Do you want fries with that?" it'll be, "Delivery driverless or by drone?"
Without any statutory or constitutional authority, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is plotting to force all Americans traveling internationally to have their faces scanned for biometric data.
Much more predictably than the weather, climate change alarmists are using the calamity of Hurricane Harvey to further their agenda by blaming the size and intensity of the storm on anthropogenic (man-made) global warming.
Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), the company behind construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, is hoping a billion-dollar settlement will quench the greenies' enthusiasms, especially those of Greenpeace, for vandalism and financial disruptions in the future.
Following the collision of the USS John S. McCain with another ship, some cyber security experts suspect there was cyber interference with the ship’s navigation system.
Betting that their predictions on supposed “climate change”-related wildfires over the coming years are wrong, a scientist and leading expert in the field is offering top officials at the Environmental Protection Agency a simple wager.
America's free market in energy is permanently eclipsing the OPEC cartel — this time through fracking old wells.