Close this search box.

THEY’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER! Vanguard, BlackRock Are Top 2 Shareholders of Norfolk Southern & of ABC, NBC Parent Companies – #2 & #4 Owners of CBS Parent By CRAIG BANNISTER Vanguard and BlackRock, giant asset management firms known for their commitment to investing in liberal Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) causes, aren’t just the top two shareholders of Norfolk Southern, whose train derailment created an environmental disaster, they’re also among the top shareholders of the parent companies of the broadcast networks […]

Bad Train Optics: EPA Chief Regan abruptly cancels Africa ‘climate change’ trip with Hollywood celebrities – Climate agenda hijacks real env. issues EPA Administrator Michael Regan Flying to Africa Today with Actors to Address Climate Change, Silent on Who Ordered East Palestine, Ohio Controlled Burn April Ryan of theGrio reported on Thursday that EPA administrator Michael Regan is flying to Africa Saturday, February 18 on a climate change mission, accompanied by a well known “actor and […]

Inside Bill Gates’ Controversial $194 Million Private Jet Collection – Calls them his ‘guilty pleasure’ by Grace Turney Bill Gates is one of the richest people in the world, and he even has an entire collection of private jets. But the tech billionaire’s fleet of private planes has garnered criticism from fans. Here’s what we know about Gates’ airplane collection and why it’s so controversial. Bill Gates has a private jet collection […]

Recap of UN climate summit 2022: The Sharm El Shake Down – Greta calls event a ‘scam’ & UN replaces her with another youth activist — Sophia by Craig Rucker and Marc Morano, Rucker has been president of CFACT for 30 years. Morano served as a senior staffer at the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. Morano’s new book, The Great Reset was released in 2022. In November 2022, the United Nations held its annual climate summit, the 27th “Conference of […]

Are Federal Energy Commissioners Taking Cues From Climate Activists? By Kevin Mooney Before a federal energy commissioner promiscuously entered into dealings with climate activists — including a former client who opened the discussion by suggesting what she asked might be “inappropriate” —this official presumably sought ethics guidance that would address any potential conflicts of interest or restrictions, or the propriety of what she was […]