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Red Hot Lies
New from the author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming (and Environmentalism), this time pulling no punches in denouncing the hypocrisy, deceit, and outright lies perpetuated by the global warming alarmists and the compliant, sensationalist media that support them. Among the topics covered, that may be news to many readers: Most scientists are global warming skeptics; environmental alarmists have knowingly promoted false and exaggerated data on global warming; attempts to suppress free expression by skeptics through threats, intimidation, character assassination, and comparison with traitors. (And still we're told it's science.)
Christopher C. Horner is a Senior Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, specializing in matters related to global warming, a frequent commentator on news networks, and a contributor to the Washington Times, National Review Online, and Tech Central Station. As a practicing lawyer, he is an acknowledged expert on global warming legislation and regulation, and has testified before Senate committees and given numerous addresses in the European Parliament. He also has the distinction of being included in Greenpeace's "A Field Guide to Climate Criminals," distributed at the UN climate meeting in Montreal in December 2005.
"Horner's astonishing depth and breadth of knowledge is crisply and cleverly articulated and packs amazing punch. It's no wonder the alarmists fear him."-- Steven Milloy, publisher, JunkScience.com
"Finally, someone has written a definitive resource to debunk global warming alarmism."-- Senator James Inhofe (R.-Okla.), former chairman of the Environment & Public Works Committee
"Chris Horner has been a staunch champion for common sense in the face of mounting media hysteria about the climate."-- Roger Helmer, member of European Parliament
"The book does a tremendous job at footnoting. If you disagree with what is being said, you can look to where Mr. Horner took
his information from. In this regard, this book can serve as reference material in debates about "climate crisis" or whatever term is currently used to describe the phenomenon formerly known as Global Warming."-- S. Benz, amazon.com reviewer
"By far the most important and convincing part of this book is the long chapter on the UN IPCC. Dumbfounding! If you have some familiarity with the global warming consensus/debate controversy, then you owe it to yourself to read this chapter."-- "Human Reed," amazon.com reviewer