VIDEO - Dr. Pesta interviews Stefan Molyneux, the founder and host of Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophical show in the world. Molyneux discusses how online censorship by the big tech companies and social medial platforms stifles debate and inhibits the free exchange of ideas.
Ranchers in Northeastern Washington are struggling to defend their business against wolves and environmental activists.
Sixteen-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, it’s reported, is being financed by green corporate energy companies looking to turn a profit.
When dressing for a night on the town, you probably never figured on saying, “Hmm, should I choose the Chevy or Ford look? And, no, that isn’t actually an option. There is a new clothing line, however, that lets you “camouflage” yourself as a car in order to disrupt surveillance cameras.
Whistleblower Zachary Vorhies has come out of the shadows to shed more light on Google's censorship of conservatives and the company’s tactics of intimidation against employees who dissent from its left-wing bias.
VIDEO - Dr. Duke Pesta talks with contributor Luis Miguel about the conundrum conservatives are encountering with big tech censorship that has been happening. Does the government intervene with the tech sector, or does it stay out of the problems of the private companies? Miguel offers insight, as well as updates and speculation from what the Trump administration might do.
Touting climate and heath benefits, both climate hysterics and animal-rights activists are pushing for Germany to triple the VAT on meat in the country.
Al Gore is still persisting with his gloom-and-doom warnings about climate change and said some changes, such as rising sea levels, “have already been locked in place.”
Employees from a California firm revealed that Facebook hired them to review the audio of users who used Messenger’s voice transcription feature.
A new UN IPCC report is urging, among other things, people in the first world to eat less meat to help cure our alleged climate woes.
As a summer heatwave bakes the U.K., some are calling for heatwaves to be named so that citizens take them more seriously. But official government records show that cold weather kills far more people than warm weather.