We've written before about the slow burning fight inside the Democratic party between its liberal and progressive wings (believe it or not, there is a difference). That fight has been playing out in the primaries this year, with progressives winning here and there, but falling far short of remaking the party in their image.
There are any number of penalties and programs global warming advocates have dreamed-up in order to stave off their much-anticipated climate apocalypse. One of the more revealing is a proposal, from French academics, to impose a carbon tax on beef. The reason? Livestock is a huge source of greenhouse gas.
We've written before that Hillary Clinton, the two-time failed Democratic presidential candidate, should leave the public stage. The video clip nearby shows Mrs. Clinton instead finding new and even more cringe-worthy ways of reminding people why they sent her packing in November 2016.
We'll admit to being a fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger -- as an actor. But we do have to wonder if he's lost his marbles.
The former action movie star and politician has decided he wants to take the nation's oil companies to court...on charges of premeditated murder:
We are in the midst of Lent, the time when Christians recall the 40 days Christ spent in the wilderness and overcame the Devil's temptations. Many people make vows to abstain from certain pleasures or luxuries during this time -- a symbolic way to overcome their own temptations. For a few, there is no greater temptation than carbon, which they have decided to abstain from using (but not too much) during the Lenten season.
One might think that a powerful, long-time Democratic politician in California would have little problem getting the state party to endorse them for another term in office. As Sen. Dianne Feinstein found out, that's just not the case, as the state party declined to endorse her re-election bid. The reason?