There’s been a lot of talk about the Paris Agreement and the President’s decision to withdraw from it. From both sides of the political arena and even those lost on the outskirts and in-between the dominant parties, the implications regarding it have been weighed.
Most of know the Paris Agreement had to do with climate change. All of us want to be responsible citizens of the Earth and to protect our world for fututre generations. Why would the President pull out of the agreement and was it a good idea?
Join me as I talk to returning guest co-host Bruce Schlink, author of Americans Held Hostages of the Environmental Movement as we discuss the Paris Agreement in detail — what it is, what stipulations were involved and many more. Whether you agree or disagree with the President’s decision let’s dig into the issue. Call in to weigh in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Or, click on the link here.
Hosts of movies, books, and TV shows often cast into a critical light the process of human intervention. From colonizing a planet in fiction, to cutting down whole rainforests in real life. Human intervention has summarily been the crux of all evil, according to some, in our society.
When it comes to climate change and energy policy, the idea of human intervention is too often ignored. With environmental alarmists, the idea that humans need to stop intervening with the planet is often met with a flurry of regulations and laws to penalize and curb such a thing.
But lets really discuss the philosophy of human intervention. Is it wrong? Is it right? Is it unnecessary? Join me as I talk with Dr. Calvin Beisner from the Cornwall Alliance as we take an in-depth view about human intervention. You can call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download Stitcher on your mobile device. Or, click on the link here.
In our continuing discussion of global warming, climate change, and more, we talk today with author Bruce Schlink of the book entitled Americans Held Hostage by the Environmentalist Movement. In our sincere efforts to make sure we do right by our planet, there are people who are held hostage by the environmental movement. This is not just propaganda but many individuals and communities have been severely affected by policies initiated by governments and other entities.
Due to these initiatives, people can be held hostage not by gunpoint, but by policies. Let’s talk about this and more on this edition of the Parker J Cole show. You can call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download Stitcher on your mobile device. Or click on the link here.
On this edition of the Parker J Cole show, we’ll be talking to returning guest, Dr Calvin Beisner who will share his thoughts and views about the new documentary film, Collateral Damage: Forgotten Casualties of the Left’s War on Coal.
Several organizations, including Americans for Tax Reform,Competitive Enterprise Institute, Cornwall Alliance, E&E Legal, and The Heartland Institute, have joined the MRC’s effort to tell the story the liberal media won’t tell.
These coalition allies will be sharing social media content and video to their followers using the hashtag #collateraldamage to get the word out about these untold stories.
Filmed in West Virginia by MRCTV.org (a division of MRC), the documentary tells the story of communities in coal country that have been devastated by excessive government regulation. For years, liberal politicians have promised to implement punitive environmental regulations at the behest of radical environmental activists. They have succeeded in their efforts and the people of coal country have lost their livelihoods in the process. Meanwhile the media, who largely agree with the left’s environmental agenda, have looked the other way.
But the war on coal is not just destroying the coal industry. The left’s war on coal is shuttering local businesses in these areas, displacing workers and their families, and fostering a vicious cycle of unemployment and underemployment. It’s also driving up energy costs for the people who can least afford it. “Collateral Damage” gives the viewer a look at the real consequences of public policy decisions from people who would otherwise not have a platform to share their stories.
People make the world go around. That’s a fact. Without people, we really would be a ‘pale blue ball’ like Sagan once said. How we interact with each other helps to build families, communities, and cultures. All this month on the Parker J Cole show, we will be discussing relationships — from husband and wives to friends and siblings. Each week, our commentary will focus on particular aspect of the relational wheel.
This week we’ll be discussing the relationship humans have with the earth. After all, as I’ve said in throughout this month, people make the world go round. While we have responsibility to each other, we also have the God-given responsibility to steward the Earth. We have to be conscientious of that. Our impact on the environment is a hot topic of debate. On this show, we’ll be talking about that relationship we have along with climate change, green initiatives, and others with Dr. E. Calvin Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance. You can call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the Stitcher and catch us on go. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/8304481. Tune in!