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Debunking Global Warming Myths

Many Americans awoke Sunday morning to celebrate Easter sunrise services in the glow of snow. Meanwhile, the Sunday morning political talk shows were filled with alarmist liberals crying “global warming catastrophe.”

“The hysteria is all a bunch of hot air,” says Christopher Horner, author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming and Environmentalism. “For years, the Left has been using over-hyped environmental crises and faulty science as excuses to limit our freedoms and justify ‘reforms’ from pollution control to tax increases.”

In his new book, Horner blows the whistle on myths disseminated by the liberal media, revealing how green activists, wealthy social and entertainment elites, and Big Business have created the “global warming” movement to advance their agenda at the expense of the American economy and the average American.

Recently, Christopher Horner joined CFIF Corporate Counsel and Senior Vice President Renee Giachino to discuss his book and dispel the “global warming” myths of the Left, including what Horner refers to in The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming and Environmentalism as “Al Gore’s Inconvenient Ruse.”

What follows is the interview originally heard on “Your Turn - Meeting Nonsense with Commonsense” on WEBY 1330 AM, Northwest Florida’s talk radio...[Listen]




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