Read this column, "Global warming: Truth or swindle?" by William Rusher in today's edition of The Mercury.
Rusher writes about the The International Conference on Climate Change, held recently in New York City and the biased coverage of the event by the liberal media, which is helping spread global warming propaganda.
Rusher, a distinguished fellow of the Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy, writes:
"Remember the ozone hole? And whatever happened to acid rain? But by far the most durable scare in recent years has been that generated by the supposed dangers of global warming. The Earth's climate is never absolutely stable. It is always either warming or cooling by tiny fractions of a degree per year, and recently it has been warming. By extrapolating this process beyond any justification, the usual scaremongers have managed to convince a good many otherwise sensible people that human activity is responsible for the warming, and that we must slam on the brakes or face disaster."