The island’s demise was a human and Little Ice Age tragedy, not “ecological suicide”
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.
Greenpeace has a long history of cultural insensitivity and offending indigenous people. CFACT's Craig Rucker took them on at their COP 20 press conference. Watch now.
As CFACT briefed Peruvian leaders on global warming, the UN climate conference bogged down over issues of trust and verification. Here's a clue -- any country that asks you to trust them under a UN treaty without verification is lying. Got that, President Obama?
Why did Apollo Astronaut Walt Cunningham jump off a cliff in Peru?
The IPCC report indicates Typhoon Haiyan was made by nature not man. Yeb Sano should have skipped his hunger strike and tried the pierogies in Warsaw.
The UN is pushing for a climate treaty. President Obama's strategy? Surrender and sign.