The Spirit Of Taking: Fat Cat Miser Nick Checota Attempts to Pull Himself Up By YOUR Bootstraps

The Spirit Of Taking: Fat Cat Miser Nick Checota Attempts to Pull Himself Up By YOUR Bootstraps

Dissatisfied with crippling the local music scene, transplant millionaire Nick Checota now demands Missoula’s charity so he can remain affluent. He appeared in multiple media spots last week to finally concede at last what his TIF opponents saw coming over a year ago: the imminent, systemic financial collapse of the entertainment industry. “The industry as … Continue reading

Planet of the Propagandists

Planet of the Propagandists

Mikey Moore has a new documentary out. It’s a bit different than his last film, Where To Invade Next, which ended with a profound message of optimism for the future, and faith in humanity. This new documentary, Planet of the Humans, embraces nihilistic pessimism as the central mood, gently nudging the viewer toward the acceptance … Continue reading

Hall-Monitor Hypochondriacs

Hall-Monitor Hypochondriacs

Why it is easier to fool people than it is to convince them that they’ve been fooled? The corporate media have driven many well-meaning and highly educated people into a Coronavirus-fueled, Obsessive-Compulsive frenzy. Literally overnight, countless citizens suddenly became Facebook-epidemiologists with pseudo-degrees in Medical Microbiology, policing their friends and neighbors about how they should behave, … Continue reading

An Inconvenient Coincidence

An Inconvenient Coincidence

Oxitec, a biotech company funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is moving to release genetically modified mosquitoes on Florida and Texas this summer. They’re touting mosquitoes as the “new syringe” to turn bloodsucking insects into “flying vaccinators.” But as shocking as this information seems, it’s just the latest in a long string of … Continue reading