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“Be­fore Pres­i­dent Obama won his No­bel Peace Prize, the real sig­nal that the Nor­we­gian No­bel com­mit­tee had be­come politi­cized was its 2007 prize to Al Gore, largely for his global warm­ing film ‘An In­con­ve­nient Truth,’ ” John Fund writes at Opin­ionJour­

“For a pub­lic fig­ure, Mr. Gore has been strangely re­luc­tant to an­swer ques­tions or de­bate the more con­tro­ver­sial parts of his work. But over the week­end, he deigned to take a few ques­tions dur­ing a meet­ing of the So­ci­ety of En­vi­ron­men­tal Jour­nal­ists in Madi­son, Wis.,” Mr. Fund said.

“Ir­ish doc­u­men­tary film­maker Phe­lim McAleer was in the line. A for­mer Fi­nan­cial Times jour­nal­ist, his new film, ‘Not Evil, Just Wrong,’ is a di­rect refu­ta­tion of Mr. Gore’s the­sis and warns that rush­ing to judg­ment in com­bat­ing cli­mate change would threaten the world’s poor. When his turn came, Mr. McAleer asked Mr. Gore about a cour t case in Bri­tain in which a par­ent had ob­jected to ‘An In­con­ve­nient

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