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  • WEF Calls for the Reduction of Privately Owned Vehicles

    July 27, 2022

    The World Economic Forum (WEF) in its recent article promoting a "circular economy", calls for the reduction of private ownership of items including vehicles, urging individuals to opt for a system where these items are shared instead of owned.

  • Epstein: Davos ‘Experts’ Created The Global Energy Crisis

    June 01, 2022

    Alex Epstein argues in The Federalist that the experts who presented recommendations to solve the current global energy crisis at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos are actually to blame for the problem, given that, as Epstein continues, they recommended against fossil fuels investments on the false assumption that unreliable solar and wind could rapidly replace them.

  • WEF promotes Social Economy with New “Unlocking the Social Economy” Publication

    May 25, 2022

    The World Economic Forum (WEF) has released a new report entitled « Unlocking the Social Economy », outlining five key policy recommendations to advance the movement including expanding research and education on social innovation, social enterprise and the social economy in schools and universities.

  • Michael D. Rectenwald: What is the Great Reset?

    March 08, 2022

    Michael D. Rectenwald, writing for The Independent Institute, explores the origins and evolution of what is known today at the « Great Reset » coming to the conclusion that is is not a conspiracy theory but rather an open, planned project that is well underway.

  • WWF Requests French Presidential Candidates Create a Climate Pass

    February 23, 2022

    The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has requested that French presidential candidates commit to submitting future decisions to  an independent authority that will issue a "climate pass" if they are compatible with the objectives of safeguarding the planet.

  • Campbell in NY Magazine: The BLM Mystery: Where Did the Money Go?

    February 08, 2022

    Sean Campbell writing in NY Magazine covers the story of civil rights activist Tory Johnson following the George Floyd controversy and his experience with the Black Lives Matter, questioning the placement of the millions the organization raised.

  • Imprimis: What Is the Great Reset?

    January 10, 2022

    Michael Rectenwald writing for Hillsdale College’s Publication, Imprimis, takes a deep dive into the origins, evolution and future of the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset.

  • U.S., EU and others Condemn Russia’s Decision to Close Down Human Rights Org.

    January 04, 2022

    The United States, the European Union, Australia, Canada and Britain have condemned the Russian court decisions to shut human rights group Memorial and its sister organisation, the Memorial Human Rights Center which have been active in fighting for human rights for more than three decades.

  • Kelly: The Values Choice Movement is the next step toward educational freedom

    December 09, 2021

    Jim Kelly, President of Solidarity Center for Law and Justice, P.C., explains why the school choice movement may be evolving into a values choice movement, with equal access to public funds for the moral and ethical education of children.

  • Pope Appoints Controversial Economist to Pontifical Academy

    October 27, 2021

    Pope Francis has appointed Columbia University-based economist Jeffrey Sachs as a member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, surprising Catholic conservatives who question whether his statements and work on moral and ethical issues conflict with fundamental Church teachings.

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