On May 9, French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin asked the prefects throughout France to ban all events and protests organized by “the far right or the ultra-right.” In Paris alone, the police prefecture banned six such events last weekend, including a symposium organized by the […]
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors […]
Scientists grow increasingly concerned over release of harmful petrochemicals
Scientists, analysts and regulators are growing increasingly concerned about […]
Exclusive: investigation finds energy giant’s efforts to offset its huge emissions rely on schemes with little impact
A new […]
From climate to Covid, our freedoms are being wiped out
For years, the Australian public has been subjected to an unremitting narrative that the Great Barrier Reef faced an existential threat from climate change. Last year a UN-backed mission concluded […]
At a recent baseball game, I watched a fellow Cubs fan facing a dilemma at Nationals Park in Washington. No, it wasn’t the dilemma of whether to cheer another meltdown by a Cubs pitcher — it was the beer vendor, who was handing him a Bud Light. The vendor had only Bud Lights […]
Insurance company Lloyd’s of London has announced its exit from a net-zero alliance for insurers—the sixth such […]
Marianna Spring, BBC’s chief covid fact-suppressor, presented a rather pathetic video to introduce ‘BBC Verify’. For those of us who didn’t quite understand what Spring was on about, We Got a Problem replays Spring’s video and adds a simple and easy-to-understand commentary.
British Members of Parliament (“MPs”) say a new pandemic treaty will give the United Nations’ World Health Organisation (“WHO”) the power to impose lockdowns on signatories, despite corporate media claims to the contrary.
A letter from six Conservative MPs to Andrew Mitchell, a Foreign Office minister, calls for a Commons […]