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Richard Mills: Government mandates threaten to reverse the ‘Green Revolution’ and cause mass starvation

The impacts of climate change are being felt each passing year. They are manifested in extreme weather events, including heat waves and droughts; more, larger and hotter forest fires; sudden deluges that swell rivers and break dikes, causing widespread damage to farms, towns, roads & bridges. The need to do something about climate change, which […]


Dr. Sircus: Kicking the Guts Out of a Civilization with Climate Insanity

by Dr. Mark Sircus: The headlines read: “Climate scientist says total climate breakdown is now inevitable: It is already a different world out there, soon it will be unrecognizable to every one of us.” You know that was designed to scare the daylights out of you. Unfortunately, it’s true, but not how the author meant it. […]


Mark Oshinkie: Now We Know What It’s like To Live Among Lunatics

by Mark Oshinskie on Brownstone Institute: 1965-71, CBS aired a sitcom entitled Green Acres. The show’s protagonist, Oliver Wendell Douglas, was an NYC lawyer who bought a farm and, several years ahead of the zeitgeist, went back to the land. In Hooterville, his adopted domicile, Oliver wears a three-piece suit while he rides his tractor and is […]


Jeffrey Tucker: It’s Worse Than Anyone Wants to Admit

The news about GDP on July 28 was entirely consumed in the throes of another definition change. What everyone understood is that what it means to be in a recession has been suddenly changed by government edict. It’s not a recession, they say…


Carla Peeters: No Farmers, No Food, No Life

Guest feature by Carla Peeters on The Brownstone Institute: The world is now facing a man-made food catastrophe. It is reaching crisis levels.  Current policies in many parts of the world place a priority on climate change for realizing a green new deal. Meanwhile, such policies will contribute to children dying from severe malnutrition due […]


Jim Quinn: It’s Not Safe or Effective

Dr. Grauci has just declared that, if we had the Covid pandemic to do all over again, he would be FAR more severe in cutting off your basic rights: “FAUCI: Restrictions Would Be ‘Much, Much More Stringent’ If We Could Do Again…” As if that isn’t disturbing enough, DR. Birx said this week that she […]