An interfaith group of religious environmental activists broke mock stone tablets on a mountain in Egypt believed by some to be Mount Sinai, symbolizing the need for “climate repentance.”Continue Reading

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s visit to Beijing last week may be the opening move in an effort to replace the US with China as a key ally and trade partner.Continue Reading

The World Economic Forum has posted a video to its website arguing for a “post-growth economy,” which is a nice way of repeating its infamous claim that by 2030, you’ll own nothing and be happy.Continue Reading

Former President Trump filed a motion Monday to have a third party review the documents taken during the FBI raid on his home. It looks as though the Department of Justice has been trying to provoke Trump into a confrontation.Continue Reading

Aleksandr Dugin, the philosopher called “Putin’s brain,” reportedly suffered a heart attack after the car bombing Saturday that killed his 30-year-old daughter. Was the bomb was meant for him, and is the heart attack another assassination attempt?Continue Reading

A writer for the World Economic Forum proposes using artificial intelligence to analyze data from “millions of sources” to decide who deserves to be banned from the Internet for sharing unapproved opinions.Continue Reading

China quietly cut off shipments of sand to Taiwan last Wednesday, depriving the country that produces 2/3 of the world’s computer chips of a critical raw material, potentially affecting everything from computers and cars to missile guidance systems.Continue Reading