The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

As yet an­other Earth Day ap­proaches, the cli­mate alarmist crowd has a new chal­lenger. Pub­lished this week by Reg­n­ery Books: “The Po­lit­i­cally In­cor­rect Guide to Cli­mate Change” by Marc Mo­rano, a metic­u­lous re­searcher and founder of the Cli­mate De­pot, an on­line in­for­ma­tion repos­i­tory.

“Why should peo­ple care about whether man­made ‘global warm­ing’ is a threat, and whether the pro­posed ‘so­lu­tions’ are re­ally nec­es­sary? The fact is, the cli­mate agenda lit­er­ally im­pact every aspect of your life. The pur­ported so­lu­tions to the non-prob­lem will af­fect what kind of light­bulbs and ap­pli­ances you are al­lowed to buy, the size of your home and how it is heated and air-con­di­tioned, how you travel, the food you eat, the clothes you wear, and how many kids you have,” writes the au­thor, who has won praise for his work from cli­mate and weather experts who agree with him.

“With the U.S. gov­ern­ment, all the sci­en­tific or­ga­ni­za­tions, Al Gore, the Science Guy, Hol­ly­wood, the Demo­cratic Party, and the United Na­tions all be­hind the bad news that our use of fos­sil fu­els is de­stroy­ing the cli­mate of Earth, any­one on the other side of the debate finds them­selves be­hind the eight ball. Peek­ing out from be­hind the eight ball is Marc Mo­rano,” noted the late John Cole­man, founder of the Weather Chan­nel, in the book fore­word. “By the time he’s done, you will re­al­ize you’ve been hoaxed. Cli­mate change has be­come a scam.”

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