Maggie Fox isn’t content just to control a vote in the U.S. Senate. She wants to tell your children what to think, as well.
Fox, wife of Colorado’s senior U.S. Senator Mark Udall, heads Al Gore’s Climate (un)Reality Project, and now she has a new cause: Requiring schools to teach American children not that they are the light of the world, but the bane of the globe.
Yep. Fox wants in your children’s heads. There is no place she doesn’t want to tell you how to live.
The next battleground, according to CRP blogger Juanita Constible is the establishment of the “Next Generation Science Standards” which will lay out core ideas for K-12 students, meaning that they need to be indoctrinated to think that Al Gore should be able to decide where their money should be spent.
“The last national standards were released back in 1996, and manmade climate change wasn’t mentioned,” Constible whines in her blog.
There might be a good reason for that. Al Gore wasn’t selling carbon credits, yet.
Constible demeans the Heartland Institute as “industry-funded.” As though global warming alarmists aren’t addicted to government cheese, er, grants.
And then there’s the usual BS, about how there is nothing uncontroversial about the “underlying science” of global warming.
Uhhh, yeah. If you’ve been hit on the head with a hockey stick.
Sure, if you think Michael Mann won’t try covering his tracks by hiding information that belongs to the public that paid for it.
Don’t doubt that this is serious. The global warming alarmists know their argument can’t prevail at the ballot box, so now they’re looking to take their campaign to a new battlefront: Our classrooms.