Mark Steyn online: Are you like Barack and George and Oprah and fretting about "climate change" from the rolling acres of your soon-to-be-drowned beachfront estate? Marc Morano's publishers were kind enough to ask Mark to pen an introduction to his fine new book, Green Fraud: Why the Green New Deal Is Even Worse Than You Think. No sooner was it out than the usual campaign got going to pressure Amazon into disappearing the thing. So we're currently offering Green Fraud at SteynOnline (with a personal autograph from yours truly) - or, better yet, you can combine both the Green New Deal and Steyn's own book on hockey-stick huckster Michael E Mann in one dynamite denialist double-bill A Fraud and a Disgrace.
Excerpt from Steyn's MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT: "Michael Mann’s ill-conceived and baseless eight-year-old libel suit against cultural commentator Mark Steyn has gone on long enough. Discovery, now over, has shown that this suit is not about defamation. ... The eight years since Mann filed suit have only confirmed the essential truth of Steyn’s characterization of Penn State. However embarrassing that might be for a prominent beneficiary of that regime, he cannot seek to have Steyn found liable for Penn State’s guilt: that is a legal nonsense. Like discovery, this case itself should end now too."
Steyn on the religion of "global warming": "It’s a faith that is characteristic of the modern age -- in which we feel good about feeling bad."
Mark Steyn on climate hyprocrisy: "Al Gore and John Kerry and the Prince of Wales they want to return us to an Age of Kings in which they fly around from one climate conference to another and the rest of us are just contained within our carbon allowance -- which if we're lucky will enable us to take a long weekend for a fishing trip somewhere once a year."