Faith leaders must speak out on climate change
After stating unequivocally that "climate change is a fact," he emphasized our urgent moral responsibility to address the issue.
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#1 Feb 5, 2014
Since there is no scientific basis to believe that the choosen "solution" of wind turbines and solar panels have any environmental benefit, I guess you better rely on the uneducated green religion zealots to push for these Wall Street bankster hand-out frauds. RE-AMP has funding to help you with that.
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