Political Climate
Feb 23, 2007
A Conservative Conservationist?


By Gov. Mark Sanford, Washington Post

When George W. Bush, The Post and the insurance giant Lloyd’s of London agree on something, it’s obvious a new wind is blowing. The climate change debate is here to stay, and as America warms to the idea of environmental conservation on a grander scale, it’s vital that conservatives change the debate before government regulation expands yet again and personal freedom is pushed closer toward extinction.

Feb 19, 2007
Global Warming Theory and the Eugenics Precedent


by Congressman John Linder, The Washington Times

“Global Warming” had a precursor in capturing the hearts and minds of the world.

Michael Crichton, in his novel “State of Fear,” brilliantly juxtaposes the world’s current political embrace of “global warming” with the popular embrace of the “science” of eugenics a century ago. For nearly 50 years, from the late 1800s through the first half of the 20th century, there grew a common political acceptance by the world’s thinkers, political leaders and media elite that the “science” of eugenics was settled science. There were a few lonely voices trying to be heard in the wilderness in opposition to this bogus science, but they were ridiculed or ignored.

Feb 05, 2007
Contribution of Working Group I to the Fourth Assessment Report

To access the full report, go to:  http://www.ipcc.ch/SPM2feb07.pdf.

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