“The judge identified nine aspects of An Inconvenient Truth, nine core errors, where Al Gore either misstated the IPCC or prejudicially exaggerated what they found.” John Day is the lawyer for a British parent who sued the British Department
of Education when they tried to distribute An Inconvenient Truth to schools.
'McAleer Is A Disinformer, A Denier, A Liar'
Written by K. Daniel Glover   
Wednesday, 28 October 2009 09:03
phelim_dcmarchDays after its Oct. 18 debut, Not Evil Just Wrong earned press coverage in the environmental community. The trade publication E&E News, whose sister publications include Greenwire and ClimateWire, yesterday ran a story about our film and its quest to counter the misinformation in Al Gore's 2006 documentary, An Inconvenient Truth.

The article by Alex Kaplun noted the success of the premiere, including about 6,500 simultaneous U.S. screenings and 1,500 foreign screenings. The piece also noted that about 400,000 people watched the film in its first week of release even though Gore and his allies in Hollywood would not help distribute it.

"When you make a documentary questioning the environmental movement, questioning Al Gore, the movie establishment isn't going to distribute it," E&E News quoted Phelim as saying.

That's why Ann & Phelim took the message of Not Evil Just Wrong straight to the people who have been protesting all year to protect the American Dream from draconian environmental regulation. "We're sort of the cinematic wing of the Tea Party movement," Phelim said.

He later added: "The environmental movement is so powerful that the same questions need to be asked about big environment that are being asked about big business, big politics and big religion. Environmentalists do a great job of portraying themselves as the underdogs, but some of them have marketing budgets that are bigger than some coal companies, gas companies."

The E&E News article made clear that environmentalists don't like Not Evil Just Wrong. The harshest slam came from Joe Romm, a senior fellow at the liberal Center for American Progress. "McAleer is a disinformer, a denier, a liar," Romm wrote earlier this month on his blog Climate Progress. He said the film is riddled with errors and called it "anti-Gore and anti-environmental junk science."

But Americans know environmental alarmists like Romm are hostile because Not Evil Just Wrong exposes their tactics.

The article ended with a great quote from Phelim about the next step in the campaign to fight global warming hysteria -- getting Not Evil Just Wrong into every U.S. school as a counterbalance to Gore's movie: "We're not saying ban 'Inconvenient Truth' -- I hate the people who ban things -- but let's get some balance, let's have a debate. If the world is really in that much trouble, let's talk about the best way to solve the problem."

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Martin Higgins said:

The first lesson my father taught me about business: "If someone tells you you must buy immediately, walk away."
Gore has been steadfast in his denial that his theory Global Warming/Climate Change is coming apart at the seams.
To yield to the zealots at this point is laughable. They're desperate - let them rant and rave.

October 28, 2009
Votes: +5

Thomas L. Cranmer said:

Name-calling shows a lack of facts
When the left can't debate on the facts, they call people names, like second-graders. They also falsly say the matter is settled and there is a consensus. As a geologist and signer of the Petition Project, where 31,000 scientists say they disagree, my research and that of many others indicates natural forces cause practically all the climate changes.

Cap and tax bills, if passed, will add over two million unemployed and raise energy and commodity costs to most families by over $1,000, according to every study I've seen. Please ask your representatives to defeat these bills.
October 30, 2009
Votes: +4

j said:

take a closer look
take a closer look
Panic at 2 a.m. — the search for multiyear Arctic ice
November 02, 2009
Votes: +0

Otter said:

Interesting article, johnny. One also notes that there has been wide-open water at several times in the past 80 years since the Northwest Passage was opened. And most of that before the supposed 'man-made' element of natural global warming set in.

That was your point, right?
November 03, 2009
Votes: +1

BOB DOLE said:

Avatar Rant
i just seen her yap on a you tube video. I think her reference's to Avatar and calling James Cameron a Moron was really stupid. she said his movie paints a picture of death to American's and that mining is bad, well the way it was done in the movie shows how money blinds giant corporations in to thinking they can take what they want, which is not how things should be. How would she like it if a giant corp. just drove up to her house in the middle of the week and she hey you. get out we want the resources that are in you house. move or we will move you(or Kill if need be) she might have some valid points but ranting about a Sci-Fi movie makes you look stupid.
April 29, 2010
Votes: +1

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