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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Ann Mcelhinney
Three filmmakers are crowd funding a multi-million dollar movie about Kermit Gosnell and his late-term abortion clinic, stressing the need to bring attention to the morally and politically charged case.
When it comes to 21st-century environmental and energy debates, a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Especially when what little knowledge you may have is incorrect. And most especially when it's a lie.
Unfortunately, Mrs. McElhinney says, science in our classrooms is as politically slanted as it is everywhere else in our culture.
"The implication from 'The Human Footprint' is that the U.S. more than any other country is responsible for this catastrophe," Mrs. McElhinney says. "They're completely ignoring the human achievements fueled by coal, gas and oil that have made our lives splendid, magnificent and free from the fear and drudgery that is such a part of everyday life in places like Tanzania."