Trump's "arrival at the Vatican will be via what’s in effect a side-entrance to the Holy See, Porta del Perugino, a consequence of the pope’s request the faithful not be disturbed in St. Peter's Square on the eve of Ascension Day."
President Trump & Pope Francis Set for Climate Showdown at May 24th Vatican Meeting
Papal Advisor Bishop Sanchez Sorondo, chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences: "They will come to an agreement, since the president claims to be a Christian, and so he will listen to him."
John Stossel: 'Now Gore claims “the most criticized” part of the film was his assertion that the 9/11 memorial site would flood. Then, during Hurricane Sandy, it did! But Gore creatively misremembers his own movie. He had claimed the World Trade Center would flood because of a permanent 20-foot sea-level rise. Actual scientists called that nonsense. It would take hundreds of years for such a thing to possibly happen. But since the area flooded, briefly, Gore spins that as confirmation of his exaggerations.'
On March for Science in DC: 'The alarmists claim they’re marching for “science,” but they’re really marching for a left-wing religion.'
In an age when all human beings still do not have access to human rights—and when some of the world’s foremost bioethicists declare that the unborn and cognitively disabled are not persons—radical environmentalists and others are agitating to grant “rights” to objects in nature. In the latest phase of this descent into metaphysical madness, two rivers have been declared to be legal “persons” endowed with human-style rights. In New Zealand, the Whanganui River was granted the same legal rights as a human being. The reason? The Maori tribe considers the river sacred and an “ancestor.” Religion was also why an Indian court declared the Ganges River, considered sacred in the Hindu faith, to be a “person.”