Responses to the coronavirus pandemic are exposing both the folly and the danger inherent in many of the environmental movement’s favorite causes.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) released a report urging policymakers to repeal certain regulations and laws it says were never needed in the first place.
Those kitschy fabric totes that have become so popular for carrying groceries and other goods are suddenly disease vectors, spreading germs just when we need that the least.
Local leaders have concerned themselves with limiting or banning seemingly innocuous goods and services. Do these measures really benefit local residents?
From background checks to buy ammo, to banning plastic bags and taxing cigarettes, California’s sanctimoniousness really shone through this year.
What’s better, paper or plastic bags? It’s a question that has divided and sparked debate for too long.
Turns out, those plastic bags are pretty great according to Katherine Mangu-Ward.
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