Welcome to Green Hell…

… the blog, that is, as opposed to where we’ll be living if we let the supposed “environmentalists” or “greens”  control our lives.

Steve Milloy’s latest book Green Hell: How Environmentalists Plan to Control Your Life and What You Can Do to Stop Them is being published by Regnery Publishing in March 2009.

This blog will keep you current on Green Hell-related news and doings, and recommend actions you can take to combat Big Green Brother. You’ll also be able to share your own tales of green woe and to comment on posts!

If we are going to avoid living in a green hell, we will need to save ourselves!

Praise for Green Hell (the book):

Fred Barnes, Executive Editor, the Weekly Standard: Green Hell explains why Americans can’t afford to fall for Al Gore’s `the debate is over’ line on global warming. While we’re all for the environment, Green Hell explains why we need to oppose the environmentalists.”

Steve Forbes, President and Chief Executive Officer of Forbes: Green Hell is the `inconvenient truth’ on extremist, growth-killing environmentalism. A must-read for those interested in keeping America free and prosperous.

Dick Morris, Fox News commentator and former political consultant to Bill Clinton: “Regardless of whether you believe global warming is a fraud, the fact is that the current depression, the past spike in oil prices, and the coming technology of electric cars are all going to solve whatever problem exists. Liberals want to use climate change as an excuse to take over the economy and regulate everything and this book exposes their plans.”

Vaclav Klaus, President of the European Union and President of the Czech Republic: “This book describes why the world can’t afford to fall for global warming alarmism and environmental hysteria. Steve Milloy shows how to avoid the environmentalists’ vision of our future.”

Larry Kudlow, Host, CNBC’s The Kudlow Report: “Free market capitalism is still the best path to prosperity. Green Hell is a must-read for anyone who wants to keep America on that path and away from Soviet-style command-and-control environmentalism.”

About the devil behind Green Hell

… Steve Milloy is the founder and publisher of JunkScience.com, a columnist for FoxNews.com, the co-founder of the Free Enterprise Action Fund, an adjunct scholar at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and a co-director of the Free Enterprise Project at the National Center for Public Policy Research. Milloy is a frequent guest on radio/TV; has published more than 550 opinion columns in media outlets such as FoxNews.com, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Investors Business Daily, Los Angeles Times, New York Post, Chicago Sun-Times and Washington Times; and is the author of Junk Science Judo: Self-Defense Against Health Scares and Scams, Science Without Sense: The Risky Business of Public Health Research, and Silencing Science. Milloy holds a B.A. (Natural Sciences) and a Master of Health Sciences (Biostatistics) from the Johns Hopkins University, a J.D. from the University of Baltimore, and an L.L.M. (Securities Regulation) from the Georgetown University Law Center.

Contact Steve Milloy at junkman@junkscience.com.

GreenHellBlog.com is a project of JunkScience.com, Inc. Copyright 2010 JunkScience.com, Inc. All rights reserved.

6 Responses to “Welcome to Green Hell…”

  1. The Truth About Alaska Salmon Says:

    Some more junk and selective use of science compliments of Dr. David Suzuki from the show The Nature of Things. http://www.farmfreshsalmon.org/david-suzuki-and-some-inconvenient-science

  2. fishsnorkel Says:

    If you want to know what Charles Darwin would think about conservation: http://bit.ly/4aBwVu

  3. brianfh Says:

    What cbullitt said.

    Here’s a fascinating book review by Dyson of a 100-yr cost-benefit model, taking AGW as a given.

  4. angelcel Says:

    I saw a link to this site noted in my stats and it’s refreshing to see the other side of the argument being put forward. I’ve been a ‘green’ my whole life but what is happening now is quite alarming, sometimes verging on hysterical. It’s what I call ‘The Bandwagon Effect’, when logic starts to fly out the window.

  5. cbullitt Says:

    I am a proud–but often frustrated by Govt. obtuseness–AGW denyer. Thanks to Steve and all for helping expose this international power grab as the scientifically baseless swindle it is.

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