Skip to comments."Evangelical Environmental Network" running ads on Rush's show for Claire McCaskill. Soros group?
Posted on 07/05/2012 11:37:02 AM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum
The ads are really obnoxious about how "big corporations" oppose limits on mercury and how Claire McCaskill "stood tall" against them.
And, I kid you not, they ended with "For the Children."
I am absolutely certain this is not a legitimate religious group, but a bunch of Lefties running a false-flag operation.
Does anybody know anything about these goons?
They paid the station you are listening to $$$$. Did you try calling the station and asking them about it?
Unless you heard it on 24-7, then email the Rush hotline.
Rush does say that capitalism always works LOL
Most likely a local ad buy. The local stations get so many ad minutes every hour they can sell for their station.
These type of ad buys are done on the local level with the station and have nothing to do with Rush.
If it’s in a Missouri market, it’s local, not Rush.
The national council of churches is also involved in the “environmental justice” crap
Rev. Mitch Hescox, President & CEO of the Evangelical Environmental Network
Rev. Jim Ball Ph.D., Executive Vice President for Policy, Climate Campaign, Evangelical Environmental Network
Mr. Alexei Laushkin, Senior Director Communications; Editor Creation Care Magazine, Evangelical Environmental Network
Mr. Ben Lowe, Director of Young Adult Ministries, Evangelical Environmental Network
Rev. Gary Bergel, Spiritual Formation, Evangelical Environmental Network
Mitch [Hescox] is the President/CEO of The Evangelical Environmental Network. Rev. Hescox has published numerous articles and is a contributor to an upcoming book Conversion: The Sacred Work of Churches to Protect Gods Climate by New Society Publishers.
The Rev. Jim Ball (Ph.D., Drew University) is Executive Vice President for Policy and Climate Change at the Evangelical Environmental Network and author of the award-winning book, Global Warming and the Risen LORD: Christian Discipleship and Climate Change. The architect of the What Would Jesus Drive educational campaign and the key organizer and national spokesperson for the Evangelical Climate Initiative, Jim has testified before Congress and appeared on ABCs Good Morning America, Fox, CNN, and NPR. He has been featured in the New York Times, and honored by Rolling Stone magazine as one of their environmental Warriors and Heroes, and by Time magazine as one of its climate change innovators.
For a broad-picture view, click on link above for Ball's article archive.
ALSO: Jim Ball is national spokesperson for the Evangelical Climate Initiative
The Funding Behind The Evangelical Climate Initiative
My friend Justin Taylor sent me an article this morning discussing the Evangelical Climate Initiative. Concerned Women for America has done the legwork and found something quite surprising and disturbing. A new effort to mobilize evangelical Christians on the problem of global warming received $475,000 from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, one of the top funders of abortion programs in the United States and abroad.
Sure enough, a couple of Google searches turn up evidence that the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation has given significant amounts of funding to organizations that stand opposed to Christian values. Among them are:
Activities of the International Planned Parenthood Foundation, the most dominant pro-abortion organization, and its subsidiaries in Latin America, where it promotes the legalization of abortion, the morning-after pill, and sexual and reproductive health and rights issues, which stands for graphic sex education, abortion, sterilization, and the mainstreaming of homosexuality.
More than $2 million in the last three years for the Center for Reproductive Rights, a legal advocacy organization that works through courts to impose abortion on demand.
A $1 million grant for Planned Parenthood to provide its services, including abortion and the morning-after pill, to those hit by Hurricane Katrina.
Gifts totaling $739,000 in 2001-2003 to the National Abortion Federation, the professional association for abortionists.
The Abortion Care Project, to train abortionists in Vietnam.
The Abortion Access Project, which works through medical students and trains medical professionals in the United States in abortion care.
The University of California, San Franciscos Center for Reproductive Health Research and Policy, which attempts to counter the stigma attached to abortion and the lack of medical professionals willing to do abortions through studies, papers, and advocacy.
Wendy Wright, President of Concerned Women for America says Hewlett Foundation is one of the most prodigious and unabashed funders of abortion causes, with much money going to make abortion acceptable. Its significant grant for this initiative, along with the controversial Rockefeller Brothers Foundation, reveals where this effort could lead. They would not fund something that contradicts their main missions.
But support a pro-abortion politician:
"I have been a pro-choice candidate for my entire political career"
Just proves they are a BS lefty group like the National Council Of Churches.
Thanks for the research.
Ask them if they believe in Creationism (God as Creator, but don't explain it to them).
Hmmm... Rush making money off a Soros group?? Rush always said the Free Market will work...
If they want to waste their money on Rush’s listeners, I say “let them.”
1.of Protestant churches emphasizing personal salvation: relating or belonging to any Protestant Christian church that emphasizes the authority of the Bible and salvation through the personal acceptance of Jesus Christ
2.relating to Christian Gospels: relating to or based on the Gospels of the Christian Bible
3.with strong beliefs: enthusiastic or zealous in support of a particular cause and very eager to make other people share its beliefs or ideals.
Trying it with formatting!
Thanks for the information!
“Hmmm... Rush making money off a Soros group?? Rush always said the Free Market will work...”
I heard an ad for the SNAP, Food Stamp, Program on Rush the other day. Wonder how they can afford it?