Can You Buy a Canadian Citizenship? Yes—Well, Almost There was a myth circulating in the deeper reaches of the internet that one could buy a Canadian citizenship from the Province of Quebec, assuming you were . . .
Illegal Immigration Costs Illinois Nearly 10% of Projected Spending—State on Verge of Bankruptcy When people think of Illinois, illegal immigration is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. Most probably think of Chicago, . . .
President Trump Talks Tariffs, Mainstream Media Goes Bananas The liberal media is up to its usual histrionic tricks. What are they crying about this time? Tariffs. President Donald Trump ran a campaign on protectionist policies . . .
Radioisotopes & the Case for Nuclear Power While the production of nuclear energy entails some risk—however small it may be—we must not let our sensationalized, and irrational fear of nuclear meltdowns (mis)guide our judgement. Nuclear . . .
Exposing the Hidden Environmental Costs of Solar Energy One of the major reasons why hundreds of billions of dollars are poured into solar energy is that people are looking for “emissions free”, “clean” energy. We’ve . . .
Why The Renewable Energy Industry Is (Mostly) A Scam Renewable energy advocates have claimed for decades that solar and wind power are the future—and the future is right around the corner. Some boldly state that . . .
German Chancellor Angela Merkel Blasts Trump on Trade; Claims Germany Invests 10x as Much in America as Vice Versa On June 29, 2017, German Chancellor Angela Merkel blasted US President Donald Trump’s administration over its trade . . .
Despite Hundreds of Billions in Subsidies, Wind Energy Meets Just 0.46% of Mankind’s Energy Demands Green energy advocates are celebrating in light of the Global Wind Energy Council‘s latest report, which boasts: …the proliferation of . . .
Debunking the US Unemployment Rate According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) most recent report on US employment, the unemployment rate is only 4.3%, down from 5.5% two years ago. This means only 6.9 million . . .