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Steven Elias: Climate change and the climate movement

December 13, 2019

A question that often comes up when people start talking about not simply adapting to the changing climate but actually fighting for a livable future is a question just like this: “But what about the...


Rob Chrisman: Five reasons it’s not a climate emergency

December 13, 2019

Virtually all the Democratic presidential candidates have signed on to the “existential threat” model for warming due to climate change. Here are some reasons to think otherwise. No. 1: Actual data for warming shows extremely...




Katherine Scourtes: Honoring human rights

December 12, 2019

What do white people, black people, people of any color, indigenous people, people of all religions, LGBTQ people, handicapped people, veterans, men, women, children, and any other people belonging to the human race have in...


Natalie Adona: ’Tis the season … for crossover voting?

December 12, 2019

The 2020 Presidential Primary season is upon us and all signs point to high public enthusiasm https://news.gallup.com/poll/268136/high-enthusiasm-voting-heading-2020.aspx for this election cycle, compared to years past. The more enthusiastic people are about an election, the more...


Don Rogers: Dems rash to impeach

December 12, 2019

Whataboutism and its near twin — What if? — can be instructive. What if this were a Democratic president? What if the party majorities all lined up? What if the Senate majority were Democrats and...







Paula Orloff: The vaccine exemption bill ignores concerns

December 9, 2019

Syndicated columnist Thomas Elias wrote about the California vaccine exemption bill, SB 276, after it passed in September. The legislation sets an arbitrary limit of five vaccine exemptions issued by a doctor per year before...



Joe Keeble: Patriot or partisan?

December 8, 2019

Based on recent sworn testimony, it is now clear that Donald Trump personally directed the attempt to extort the president of Ukraine for a political favor. This has now been corroborated by multiple sources. We,...





Manny Montes: Academia tightens noose on liberty

December 6, 2019

Over the last several decades, a large swath of American taxpayers have unwittingly been coiling the noose that is choking the life out of our beloved American Constitutional Republic. I speak of that portion of...