CFACT Senior Policy Advisor Paul Driessen recounts the terrible destruction of families through the forced closure of mining operations in Peru in the recent past and today in Guatemala -- led by a coalition of rich, mostly white liberal "social justice" warriors who fund radical activists to do their dirty work. Sadly, the courts in these Central and South American countries have allowed these protests with no input from the operators, the mine workers, or even fair-minded citizens.
Ms. McCarthy should base environmental policy on sound science – and check her phony justice rhetoric at the door.
Is it just for EPA to pay for the Green-Left's "environmental justice" conference? Redistribution, anyone?
Alan Caruba says that environmentalism is built on lies and exaggerations that play on people's fears (shades of Al Gore!). The simple truth is that the Green movement abhors the use of energy as a building block for modern society.