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December 7, 2009; Another Day of Infamy?

December 8, 2009
Dr. Tim Ball

On December 7, 1941 the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor and President Roosevelt called it a Day in Infamy. On Monday December 7, 2009 a world conference and a bureaucratic action is another day of infamy. It’s loss of freedom day. Two travesties occurred that completely undermine freedom, market economies, and progress. One was the opening of The Conference of the Parties (COP) version 15 in Copenhagen in an attempt to perpetuate the Kyoto Accord. The other was the implementation by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of direct control over anyone who produces CO2 at a level they consider harmful. Both actions are based on the totally false and falsified claim that CO2 is causing global warming or climate change.

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