Climate Change

Gore Visits Trump for Climate Change Talks

December 5, 2016 Jean Mill 0

  Former Vice President Al Gore visited with President-elect Donald Trump in New York City. The discussion followed an earlier announcement that Gore would meet only with Trump’s daughter Ivanka, who has signaled interest in […]


Out-of-Touch California Talks Secession

December 4, 2016 Jean Mill 0

  Not since 2010 has California felt itself politically so out of step with the times. That year the state resisted the nationwide wave of anti-incumbent, anti-regulation and anti-big government voting to elect Jerry Brown as governor, […]


Censored Twitter Users Flee to Gab

November 29, 2016 Jean Mill 0

  Scroll down the “popular” posts on Gab, the social network whose logo is not a blue bird, but a Pepe frog, and you’ll get a different take on the election. The service was founded […]


Coal Stocks Soar in Wake of Trump Victory

November 12, 2016 Jean Mill 0

  Shares of U.S. oil and gas companies spiked Wednesday after Donald Trump won the presidency, but the biggest winner seems to be the ailing coal industry. Oil giants BP, Chevron and Exxon Mobil made modest […]


Alternative Media Key to Trump Victory

November 11, 2016 Jean Mill 0

  With the mainstream media almost uniformly hostile toward him, Donald Trump rallied supporters during the presidential campaign by delivering his message on Twitter and a loose network of alternative news sites. The President-elect’s ability […]


Red-Faced Pollsters Face Uncertain Future

November 10, 2016 Jean Mill 0

  Pollsters and election modelers suffered an industry-shattering embarrassment at the hands of Donald Trump on Tuesday night. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, had long said the polls were biased against him. His claims — dismissed […]