Marc Morano is a former Republican political assistant who established and manages the website, operating under the purview of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), a non-profit organisation in the US that advocates climate change truth.

His book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change is a comprehensive book that debunks the myths surrounding climate change.

He argues that it has become political and has been hijacked by the extreme fringe of the environmental movement, contending that, while climate is naturally changing, no crisis is occurring and there is no reason to fear any in the future.

The book is divided into twelve chapters, each of which tackles a different aspect of the climate change debate.

For example, the first chapter provides an overview of the climate change movement and its history, explaining how it has become a political issue and how it has been used to push a political agenda (as well as a mass control agenda).

The second chapter examines the scientific evidence for and against man-made climate change, looking at the data and studies that have been used to support the official (and flawed) narrative.

The third chapter looks at the role of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere and its impact on the climate. It examines the science behind the greenhouse effect and explains how carbon dioxide is not the primary driver of climate change.

  • Climate change has become political and has been hijacked.
  • While climate is naturally changing, no crisis is occurring.
  • The book uses over twelve hundred footnotes to bolster its compelling, scientific, and logical demonstration that Al Gore and the United Nations (UN) are dead wrong on climate fears.
  • Marc examines the scientific evidence for and against man-made climate change and exposes the flaws in these arguments.

Fewer freedoms. Increased regulation. Higher costs.

There is no doubt that these are the undeniable outcomes of the contemporary global warming campaign pursued by political and cultural elites, who have already forsaken fact-based science in favour of sensational fearmongering to promote greater central planning.

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