Saying modern environmentalism is “a key part of the cultural shift” away from “racism, sexism, xenophobia and homophobia” is name-calling. People who oppose the radical views of Earth First and Greenpeace are, by this logic, racists, sexists, xenophobic, and homophobic. Al Gore said basically the same thing at the end of a recent TED lecture on climate change.
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Whitehouse’s latest Huffington Post piece compounds his abuse of authority and misrepresentation of the facts by conflating global warming skepticism with the tactics of the tobacco industry, failing to admit that left-wing foundations and industry sources pour 1,000 times the amount of money into the opposing side, and repeating the lies about Willie Soon’s funding.
The Heartland Institute’s Joy Pullmann brought the free-market truth about the student loan debt crisis in a clear and aggressive way that seemed to catch the HuffPost Live host and panelists off guard.
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