Skip to comments.GREEN MAKE BELIEVE: Van Jones Admits Left is “PRETENDING” Need for Regulations
Posted on 12/21/2010 4:43:20 AM PST by Pacothecat
GREEN MAKE BELIEVE: Van Jones Admits Left is PRETENDING Need for Regulations And Cap & Trade in Green Movement
Scum like Van Jones need to find themselves fleeing America in fear for their lives and freedom.
"Hi, I'm Van, your server. You want tofu with that?"
“Top down, bottom up, inside out”...
works well for pancakes, eggs, cakes, steak and snow globes.
...and logging, blowing glass, knitting, ironing shirts and Stanley Steamer whole house cleaning.
And eating Oreos, chocolates and turkey.
Great link!! bttt
James Hansen has joined the cap and trade truth bandwagon. In his letter to Obama, Hansen writes:
“..Beware of alternative approaches, such as percent emission reduction goals and cap and trade. These are subterfuges designed to allow business-as-usual to continue, under a pretense of action, a greenwashing. Hordes of lobbyists will argue for these approaches, which assure their continued employment. The ineffectiveness of goals and caps is made blatantly obvious by the fact that the countries promoting them are planning to build more coal-fired power plants. ..”
Some on Left Join Fight to Expose the Lie that is Cap and Trade
“..a high-ranking official at NASA may have received money from an organization funded by George Soros [Open Society] in order to politicize science — is actually available in this annual report. Yet, not one media outlet thought this was newsworthy. ..”
NASAs Hansen Mentioned in Soros Foundations Annual Report
“This Urgent Call to Action represents a fresh and spirit-directed religious, ethical, ___and political voice___ for the care of creation in the U. S. ...” ~ Calvin B. DeWitt http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/chat/2644541/posts?page=9#9
Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies
World Council of Churches
World Evangelical Fellowships (WEF) Unit on Ethics and Society
The Place of Creation in Todays Missionary Discourse Evangelical Environmentalism in America
By Calvin B. DeWitt
Whether we will enter the public square and offer our witness there is no longer an open question. We are in that square, and we will not withdraw. ...
An Urgent Call to Action The Call. Most moving to me as a participant in the recent work of scientists and evangelicals at Melhana was my personal observation that it was mostly the scientists who suggested wording of our joint statement to make it more passionate and more spiritual. ...
We declare that every sector of our nations leadershipreligious, scientific, business, political, and educationalmust act now to work toward the fundamental change in values, lifestyles, and public policies required to address these worsening problems before it is too late. There is no excuse for further delays. Business as usual cannot continue yet one more day. ... This Urgent Call to Action represents a fresh and spirit-directed religious, ethical, and political voice for the care of creation in the U. S. ...
The Creation and the Scientists. At their conciliatory meeting, the groups participants, including leading expert on biodiversity Peter Raven, NASA climate scientist James Hansen, and biological oceanographer and president elect of the AAAS James McCarthy, joined to announce that they happily discovered far more concordance than any of us had expected, quickly moving beyond dialogue to a shared sense of moral purpose. ...
Immediate Steps toward Implementation. ...
17. Rev. Cizik informed a press conference that the NAE will announce in February 2007 a firstever partnership with the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, engaging its Energy Star program to reduce energy consumption in our respective 45,000 churches from 54 denominations. On the same day Dr. Howard Frumkin, Director of the Centers for Disease Controls National Center for Environmental Health (CDC), and a signatory of the Urgent Call to Action, released a news announcement that extended the work of the CDC to tackle the health threats posed by global warming as a public health issue that includes health effects of heat waves, waterborne and mosquito-borne diseases, worsening air pollution, and severe weather. Other participants in the group joined them in taking action in their own lives and settings, and are continuing to do so. ...
Missiology, Creation Care, and a Message of Hope In his introduction to Missionary Earthkeeping (1992), philosopher J. Mark Thomas wrote The great question now facing humankind is whether the necessary moral and spiritual courage can be mustered to alter the trajectory of destruction before the Earths environmental systems are stressed beyond saving. ...
Who Pays for Cap and Trade?
That “Republican”, on “our side”, DICK Lugar, planted 600 acres of Black Walnut trees, using farm subsidies and then registered them on the Chicago Carbon Exchange.
White House Admits Cap-And-Trade Tax Costs Triple Their Official Estimate
FoxNews.com ^ | March 17th, 2009 | Phil Kerpen
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