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Scorching temperatures. Melting ice caps. Killer hurricanes and tornadoes. Disappearing polar bears. The end of civilization as we know it! Are emissions from our cars, factories, and farms causing catastrophic climate change? Is there a genuine scientific consensus? Or is man-made "global warming" an overheated environmental con job being used to push for increased government regulations and a new "Green" energy agenda?
CLIMATE HUSTLE answers these questions, and many, many more. Produced by CFACT and CDR Communications in the one-of-a-kind entertaining and informative style that has made CFACT's award-winning ClimateDepot.com one of the world's most sought after sources for reliable, hard-to-find facts about climate issues, this groundbreaking film tears the cover off of global warming hype, and exposes the myths and exaggerations of this multi-billion dollar issue.
CLIMATE HUSTLE, hosted by award-winning investigative journalist Marc Morano, reveals the history of climate scares including global cooling; debunks outrageous claims about temperatures, extreme weather, and the so-called "consensus;" exposes the increasingly shrill calls to "act immediately before it's too late," and in perhaps the film's most important section, profiles key scientists who used to believe in climate alarm but have since converted to skepticism.
CLIMATE HUSTLE will be in theaters for a one-night event on Monday, May 2nd, and will include an exclusive panel discussion following the film featuring Gov. Sarah Palin, climatologist Dr. David Legates, media watchdog Brent Bozell, film host Marc Morano, and comments from Bill Nye "the Science Guy."
NEARLY 1 MILLION BOYCOTT TARGET OVER TRANSGENDER BATHROOMS'Now they're getting some real pushback. That is a very good thing'
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Nearly 1 million Americans have pledged to boycott Target after the popular retailer announced it would allow men to use women’s restrooms and fitting rooms, and vice versa, if the facilities correspond with the customers’ gender identity.
A day after Target declared it “welcomes transgender team members and guests to use the restroom or fitting room facility that corresponds with their gender identity,” the American Family Association called for a boycott of Target and created an online pledge in which signees could promise to shop elsewhere. One week after the pledge was created, it had more than 924,000 signatures.AFA claims Target is putting the safety of women and children at risk.
“This means a man can simply say he ‘feels like a woman today’ and enter the women’s restroom … even if young girls or women are already in there,” the AFA pledge states. “Target’s policy is exactly how sexual predators get access to their victims. And with Target publicly boasting that men can enter women’s bathrooms, where do you think predators are going to go?”
What do YOU think? Share your thoughts on Target’s Facebook page, use the Twitter hashtag #BoycottTarget and sign AFA’s pledge to boycott the retail giant
As WND reported Wednesday, two reporters from James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas went undercover as sexual predators at a school in North Carolina, which recently adopted a state law requiring men to use restrooms for men and women to use women’s rooms. The investigation captured on video a school diversity official declaring she didn’t think it was wrong for a woman to use a men’s room because it was a “turn-on.”
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Day of Remembrance for the Holocaust set May 3 at St. Timothy’s
APRIL 16, 2016 BY ANGELA LOVE
For over a decade now Temple Shalom has been leading with the support of area churches The Tri-County Yom Hashoah Commemoration or Day of Remembrance for the Holocaust. This year the commemoration will be held at 4 p.m. May 3 at St. Timothy’s Catholic Church. This event is free and open to the public and is expected to draw an audience of about 1,200.
Each year this event explores a different theme or topic. This year the topic is Never Again: Has the World Learned? Two speakers are planned, Dr. Elizabeth B. White, senior historian at the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. and Mitch Bloomer, resource teacher, with the Holocaust Center of Florida in Maitland.
“It is important the way the world is going to remember all the horrors. Things are still occurring for the simple reason of hate whether it is religion or ethnicity,” said Villager Ed Ziegler, a member of Temple Shalom.
A special enhancement to this program is the student art and essay competition. This year the competition is open to area eighth graders. The students entering the essay competition first read the book The Camera of My Family by Catherine Hanf Noren and use their reaction to the book as a jumping off point for their essay. The students entering the art competition are asked to watch the movie The Monument Men and use their reactions as inspiration for their art work.
Participating schools will review the works from the students and submit the best pieces to the Education Committee at Temple Shalom for review. There will be cash prizes awarded at the Day of Remembrance Commemoration for the winners and the work will be exhibited for the public to see at the Ceremony. The Yom Hashoah Education Committee is chaired by Michael Broverman and Shelley and Joel Newman and includes six teachers.
The eighth grade students from Wildwood visited the Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg to enrich the project for them. In addition to touring the museum they were addressed by Lisil Schick, an Austrian Child Survivor. She was 11 year old and part of the Kindertransport in April 1939 which took 10,000 children out of Europe to England. Of these children, only 1,000 of these children saw their parents again. She was fortunate and reunited with her family in 1945 after the war in New York and later moved to Clearwater.
She told them that education was the most important thing that can never be taken away. Her message to warn against evil and bullying was very powerful. There are victims, perpetrators and bystanders. She quoted, “The opposite of love is not hate. It is indifference.”(Eli Wiesel)
The committee leading the Day of Remembrance Commemoration is chaired by Susan Sirmai Feinberg, of the Village of Pennecamp and Phyllis Kalter of the Village of Tall Trees. Feinberg was able to attend the first trip with the students and found them to be interested and attentive. “They asked several good questions and were very respectful.”
The Day of Remembrance for the Holocaust Commemoration stems from the Israeli national memorial day inaugurated in 1953 known as Yom HaZikaron laShoah ve-laG’vurah “Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day,”or colloquially as Yom HaShoah. It is Israel’s day of commemoration for the approximately six million Jews who perished in the Holocaustand the Jewish resistance in that period. Commemorations are held worldwide including at the United Nations.
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