Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Colleges plot global warming indoctrination

Anybody seen Al Gore lately? He might be invading a college campus near you this week.

More than 1,300 colleges and universities in all 50 states are participating in a four-day simultaneous "teach-in" starting today.

The state goal? To inform students about "solutions to global the warming problem." The real goal? The climate police want to indoctrinate a generation of future Americans.

The propaganda event is called "Focus the Nation" and "is aimed at building a partnership between today's youth and aging baby boomers to pursue solutions to global warming." Sure sounds like indoctrination to me.

A bunch of colleges and universities in Pennsylvania are participating, including Ursinus College, Kutztown University and Reading Area Community College.

At Ursinus, the event begins today at noon and runs through Saturday, featuring speakers and seminar on climate change topic.

Speakers will range from a who's who of far-left fear mongers, including Andrew Revkin, senior environmental correspondent for the New York Times and Richard Kerr, senior environmental, energy and climate correspondent for the journal Science; to professors like Henry Pollack, professor emeritus of geophysics at the University of Michigan and Richard Alley, Evan Pugh professor of geosciences at Penn State University and a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

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