Quit Complaining and Eat Your Bugs

What to know: The U.N. elites have gathered again for a climate conference, and they’re telling Americans in particular to eat less meat—and more bugs.

The TPPF take: No, thank you. We like our burgers and steaks.

“No matter how shrill the climate cartel cries that the end is near, the American public just isn’t willing to sacrifice the benefits of affordable, reliable energy — which only fossil fuels can provide,” says TPPF’s Jason Isaac. “They see through the disinformation the climate cartel is spreading. Not only is the human race nowhere near the brink of extinction, but our lives and our environment are better than ever before.”

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Too Far Gone

What to know: Writing in the Wall Street Journal, college professor John Ellis says our “corrupt, radical universities feed every scourge from censorship and crime to antisemitism.”

The TPPF take: Many of these bad ideas are coming out of the diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) offices.

“On many college campuses, the Hamas terrorists are being praised by professors, staff, and students,” says TPPF’s Andrew Gillen. “Students hold vigils for Palestinian ‘martyrs’ who were killed while butchering Israeli babies. At Harvard, over 30 student groups issued a public letter which held Israel ‘entirely responsible’ for the murder, rape, mutilation, and kidnapping of their own people.”

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What to know: The Biden administration’s new executive order on artificial intelligence is more than 100 pages long and empowers numerous governmental organizations.

The TPPF take: In order to responsibly innovate, the AI industry needs clear guidelines and guard rails.

“This executive order further muddies the waters,” says TPPF’s Zach Whiting. “What’s more, going through Washington is not the right route—Congress continues to drag its feet on meaningful technology policy reforms. Texas is already leading the way on technology policy in areas like data privacy, kids’ online safety, broadband, and establishing an AI advisory council.”

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