Pete Buttigieg Plays the Blame Game

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Gillian Pietrowski | @GillianRoseP

Pete Buttigieg wants to tackle the climate crisis by guilt-tripping Americans. We’re living in a world where we are criticized and blamed if caught using a plastic straw or eating a hamburger. We meat-eaters who appreciate a good sip from a plastic straw are part of the climate problem.

The CNN interviewer in this clip is the perfect example of someone who has fallen prey to the ‘blame game’ as she proudly and (comically) explains how she’s stopped using plastic straws for the past 6 months.

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Andrew Yang Wants the Government to Buy Back Your Car

Spencer Kellogg | @Spencer_Kellogg

If Andrew Yang becomes president of the United States, you’re going to have to sell your “legacy-gas” car back to the government.

Andrew Yang Will “Buyback” Your Car

Speaking at CNN’s Climate town hall on Wednesday night, Andrew Yang was blunt. The independent-minded Yang suggested the government will not only buy citizens’ cars but that they will also fund an ‘upgrade.’

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Tulsi Gabbard Is Not a Libertarian

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Peyton Gouzien | @pgouzien

For some reason, libertarians love Tulsi Gabbard.

Gabbard, the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, has been praised for her anti-war message and honesty on a range of topics including the industrial military complex, the federal reserve, and overarching tech privacy. But that does not make Gabbard a libertarian.

Though Gabbard promotes a general anti-interventionist message that is informed by her military service in Iraq, there are still lingering questions about her close relationship with Syrian dictator Bashar Assad. Still, some of the most prominent libertarians are willing to overlook her record.

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