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How Will We Fight Future Wildfires?

future wildfires

We saw that last year turned out to be the most damaging wildfire season ever for California, with over a million acres destroyed. Sadly, those records are being surpassed by the wildfire damages that are taking place this year. The Camp Fire itself has turned out to be the deadliest …

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The 4 Hidden Problems of Socialism

hidden problems with socialism

Ah socialism … Many of those among us view this ideology as the straightest path to utopia. They feel it is the one type of government that is the answer to all our problems. To be honest, many of us have been attracted to the concept of a socialistic society …

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Online Moral Outrage Can Blow Up in Your Face

viral-outrage

During several studies, Benoît Monin, who is a professor of ethics and psychology from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, and a PhD candidate named Takuya Sawaoka discovered that even though comments against behavior viewed as offensive may be considered as legitimate and even admirable, they can often …

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Proof the Resistance is More Fascist than Trump

antifa

While observing the political landscape over the past few years, it is quite remarkable how polarized things have gotten. Some terms that I keep hearing being thrown around very liberally is when the left calls President Trump and his followers “fascists” or “Nazis”. I can’t help but ask, “Do these …

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5 Ways to Identify Fake News

fake news

Among the many things that came out of the 2016 Presidential Campaign, the American public is treated to a new catch phrase known as “Fake News”. This phrase, which was originally coined by President Donald Trump, has actually become very popular in only a few years. In fact, President Trump …

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The Modern Coal Age

Modern age of coal

It doesn’t seem to matter how hard all the tree hugger keep trying to kill coal, they are obviously not succeeding at al.  According to a recent report that was published by the Energy Information Administration, and in spite of continual fear-mongering from the Democrats, coal is still a primary source …

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When People Make Tragedies Much Worse

tragedies

We have witnessed many human tragedies in our lifetimes. We have seen several wars that have killed millions of people. We have seen torture beyond all civil comprehension. And then there was the time when two skyscrapers in New York City fell after jetliners were flown into them by terrorists. …

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