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“Climate of Fear”

Posted by Richard on May 2, 2007

Don't miss Glenn Beck's second "Exposed" special tonight on the Headline News Network. It airs at 7 PM, 9 PM, and midnight Eastern Time. The special report, entitled "Climate of Fear,"  examines the global warming debate, looking at causes, solutions, and in particular, at the growing efforts to silence critics and crush dissent:

"If you believe the mainstream media hype, you'd think that every time you drive your SUV, the Earth's temperature rises six degrees," Beck said. "The reality is that many respected climatologists have questions about both the problem and the solution. We should understand both positions more fully before committing to any solutions that could do more harm than good, both to our environment and our economy."

During this special report, Glenn Beck questions the accuracy of Al Gore's claims in the Oscar-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth of 20-foot sea level rises and the disastrous effects of increased carbon dioxide levels. The program examines the criticism some esteemed scientists, climatologists and academics have faced for even raising questions about the "scientific consensus."

The special report also offers a look at the history of what Beck sees as the media hype involving the climate, recalling the "global cooling" scare of the mid-1970s and the transition to the latest round of warnings about global warming.

Finally, Glenn Beck considers solutions and examines the Kyoto Treaty, a current guiding principle for the nations of the world to fix the problem of global warming. Beck himself offers his own ideas suggesting innovation – not government regulation – is the answer to solving this problem.

I thought that Beck's first special report, "Exposed: The Extremist Agenda," was an excellent look at Islamofascists' goals presented in their own words. If this one is of similar quality, it will be well worth watching. It's likely to be considerably lighter and more entertaining. Beck can be pretty funny.

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