Moving on from the Hoax

by James Mountain Inhofe


From The Greatest Hoax: How the Global Warming Conspiracy Threatens Your Future by Senator James Inhofe, published by WND Books and reprinted with permission. Inhofe is is the senior United States Senator from Oklahoma and the ranking member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.

What I said on the Senate floor in July 2003 is exactly the same message I have had ever since. The science behind man-made catastrophic global warming simply isn’t there and the United States Senate would never ratify Kyoto or pass cap and trade. I am vindicated on these points today and now that the global warming hysteria is behind us, it’s time to get back to powering this amazing machine called America, which is the surest way to revive our ailing economy. The United States has a clear choice: we can continue implementing Al Gore and President Obama’s global warming agenda, which is destroying jobs and doing great harm to our economy, our we can elect officials who support developing our nation’s vast natural resources, which are the key to our nation’s recovery. With the November 2012 elections on the horizon, we finally have the chance to stop Obama’s cap and trade agenda and its mindless restrictions on our ability to develop and produce our own resources.

But the demise of the Obama Administration does not mean that they won’t keep trying. They’ll be back:, the Hollywood elite, the anti-sovereignty internationalists are still out there and they still have the resources to be dangerous. However, I firmly believe that when the history of our era is written, future generations will look back and wonder why we spent so much time and effect on global warming and pointless “solutions” like Kyoto and cap and trade. In the end, through all the hysteria, all the fear, and all the phony science, what global warming alarmists have often forgotten is that God is still up there, and as Genesis 8:22 reminds us:

“As long as the earth remains,
there will be springtime and harvest, cold and
heat, winter and summer, day and night.”

Tim Hernandez talks with This Land Radio about climate change, culture shock, and immigration:

From This Land, Vol. 3, Issue 21. Nov. 1, 2012.