Revealed: IRS counts more than 26,500 green groups of all sizes in the U.S. as of 2014.
Revealed: Total green group foundation funding, $80.4 billion, 2000-2012, not counting individual donations hidden by privacy laws.
CFACT’s hard-hitting new exposé lays out the facts and figures, uncovers the Green elite’s billions, and reveals the harm they do to both people and the planet.
Big Green knows it does harm: After a dozen loggers, miners, oil drilling hands, and rural residents protested the Environmental Grantmakers Association for taking their jobs and homes, a major donor warned shaken colleagues in a closed session, ““It is true that the environmental movement is an upper class, white movement. We have to face that fact. It’s true. They’re not wrong that we are rich and they are up against us. We are the enemy as long as we behave in that fashion.” Another donor replied, “Well how do you tell somebody, ‘No, I don’t want you to have your job?’”
CBG’s sixteen shocking stories expose the dark side of the environmental movement and what you can do to shine a light on it. A must read for those who love nature and people too.
Arm yourself with the facts. Read Cracking Big Green.
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Ron Arnold has written more than 300 magazine articles, numerous book chapters, and is the author of nine books and editor of ten books. He was born in Houston, Texas, adopted and raised by his grandparents, grew up in San Antonio, Texas, and began his work career as a technical writer and illustrator for Boeing in Seattle in 1961. He founded his own photojournalism company, Northwoods Studio, in 1971, freelancing for outdoor and natural resource industry magazines, where be became known as a friend of loggers, miners, oilmen, ranchers and others whose lives were impacted by environmentalist activism. Between 1976 and 1981, Arnold was a contributing editor of Western Conservation Journal and Logging Management Journal, where his 1979 magazine series, “The Environmental Battle”, won the American Business Press 1980 Editorial Achievement Award. In 1981, Arnold was commissioned to write the authorized biography of President Ronald Reagan’s Interior Secretary, James G. Watt. His growing political expertise brought an invitation to direct the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise in 1984, where he remains Executive Vice President. He subsequently founded the Free Enterprise Press to give a voice to writers on politically incorrect themes and edited ten of the Press’s books. In 1988 he founded the Wise Use Movement to advocate for property rights and resource workers. His own highly acclaimed books on politics and the environment were distributed by Merril Press, which quickly became his publisher. His “EcoTerror” was included in the “100 Best Nonfiction Books of the 20th Century” Random House / Modern Library Reader’s List. Ron’s “Undue Influence” spurred a congressional hearing, which resulted in a House Committee investigation of environmental group unethical activity. He is listed in Who’s Who in America, and currently writes a weekly political column for several news outlets. He is developing an ebook-only publishing house to mentor new writers and showcase the successful.