Once a belief such as human-caused climate change gains a critical mass of believers, it is difficult to stamp out — even when it’s clearly wrong. This book aims to change the belief of everyday people.
The Environmental Protection Agency and its disgraced former boss Lisa Jackson are under fire from lawmakers and activists for, among other reasons, having recently been exposed violating federal law by using bogus identities and e-mail accounts to coordinate propaganda with media allies and policymakers to advance the Obama administration’s radical “environmental” agenda. The EPA is also still under fire in the headlines for ripping off U.S. taxpayers and foisting more unconstitutional regulations on the economy by working with extremist pseudo-environmental groups using a controversial scheme dubbed “sue and settle.”
President Obama used discredited "science" in his State of the Union address to push climate change mandates, while threatening to use executive orders if Congress doesn't act.
Less than 24 hours after Ban Ki-moon's appeal to the Insider globalist confab, President Obama included key "must do" items of the UN leader's agenda in his State of the Union address.
The Huffington Post recently reported on the nationwide effort of The John Birch Society to help stop the implementation of the United Nations' Agenda 21. The article focused on the Society’s website, and also on its action guide which provides advice on how to oppose Agenda 21 at the local level.
Environmentalists have set their sights on soft plastic lures, with the intention of banning their use.
Information leaked from a report compiled by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) indicates that heat from the sun may play a larger role in increasing the Earth’s temperatures than previously thought.
Believe it or not, there is a worldwide Sustainable Development policy not to fund development projects in Third World countries if the projects don’t meet the political agenda. It’s called the Equator Principles.
A leaked report by the United Nations presents evidence that fear-mongering over global warming may be a little too ambitious.
Naturalist David Attenborough recently said that man was a plague upon the Earth, a common belief among Gaia-worshipping atheists. But is this perspective the fruit of a well-formed conscience or a deformed one? And will it lead to preservation or destruction?