Remember when Bill Kristol said the Iraq War would last two months? It (officially) lasted nine years and cost Americans over $2 trillion—and we’re still there. How about when Kristol boldly stated that Barack Obama . . .
In a new study out of the University of York, researchers found no evidence to support the theory that violent video games make players more violent in real life. Do Violent Video Games Cause Violent . . .
Carbon Taxes Will Increase, Not Decrease, Global Carbon Emissions As the hysteria over global warming heats up, carbon taxes have become the “cool” option. Environmentalists love them. So do politicians, who are more than happy . . .
Trump Administration to Invest $200 Million in STEM Education On September 25 President Donald Trump signed a memorandum directing the Department of Education to allocate at least $200 million per year in grant funds in . . .
National Institute of Health Spends $686,350 on Pointless Obesity Study The US government is legendary for wasting money on pointless projects. The latest example? The National Institute of Health is spending $686,350 on a study . . .
Automated Vehicles Could Impact Almost 16 Million Jobs According to a new report from the US Department Of Commerce, autonomous (self-driving) vehicles could impact approximately 15.5 million jobs. This means about 1 in 9 American . . .
University of Florida Scientists Receive $733,000 Grant to Genetically Modify Cows, Making them Heat-Resistant Researchers at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences are planning to genetically modify cows to make them . . .
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 . . .
Thank China’s Overuse of Antibiotics for a New Colistin-Resistant Bacteria Eighteen months ago a gene that makes bacteria resistant to the drug colistin—an antibiotic of “last resort”—was discovered in bacteria infecting Chinese pigs. Since then . . .
Switching To 100% Solar Power Is Impossible—There’s Not Enough Silver On Planet Earth The debate over carbon emissions and the switch to “green energy” is usually fought over whether or not green energy is the . . .