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“Green” Europe Looks To Coal Again

“Green” Europe Looks To Coal Again

by Michael Fumento In 1862 we got the Gettysburg Address, in 1941 it was Roosevelt’s Day of Infamy and in 1983 it was Ronald Reagan’s Evil Empire speech. This year it appears we’ll have to settle for Greta Thunberg’s “Blah, Blah, Blah!” keynote speech at the youth climate summit in Milan. As bad as it was on the merits, it certainly […]

Remdesivir And Lessons In Pandemic Drug Approvals

Remdesivir And Lessons In Pandemic Drug Approvals

by Michael Fumento Call it the result of the Covid pandemic attitude of “Do something, anything!” That’s alongside the lockdowns, exhortations to wear ever more masks at one time, bizarre travel restrictions, and all sorts of goofy alleged remedies like wearing face shields on top of the head, alcohol mats to prevent transmission through shoe […]

Fish, Rice and What the Green Movement Really Stands For

Fish, Rice and What the Green Movement Really Stands For

Michael Fumento  Along, long time ago in a galaxy, well, our galaxy, I wrote of the wonders of a genetically modified salmon from the company AquaBounty. It uses much less food and grows far faster than the old-fashioned fish, and thus is terrific to help overcome a true environmental problem. The world population continues to grow and […]