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Research Fellow David Legates, co-author of Hot Talk, Cold Science appears on the Matt Buff show on AM 950 and 94.9 FM The Answer Orlando, FL. The climate is always changing and always will, says Legates. Weather anomalies are blamed on anthropogenic climate change, and climate alarmism, especially on social media is frightening people, including children causing unnecessary anxiety. Legates speaks about his personal experience with the Climategat scandal when opposing scientists were blocked from publishing their studies on climate change. The IPCC and climate alarmist progressives, Legates says, are trying to get a great reset to global socialism.
Research Fellow David Legates, co-author of Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warmings Unfinished Debate is interviewed on KLZ radios Rush to Reason with John Rush. Legates talks about why there is a growing movement to eliminate fossil fuels and what is driving this concept. Removing fossil fuels from the worlds economy would have damaging effects to society, says Legates. He also addresses climate alarmists who claim the climate is getting worse, when data shows it is not.
California has a track record of large-scale IT project failures. My guest today is Adam Summers. He is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute. Today he discusses some examples of these failing iT projects, why there is no accountability, and what Californians should do to demand better management of state resources.
California has experienced the deadliest and most destructive wildfires in its history in the last few years. Today we sit down with Adam Summers. Adam is a research fellow at the Independent Institute. He previously worked as an editorial writer and columnist at the Orange County Register and its ten sister newspapers in the Southern California News Group, and hes a senior policy analyst at the Reason Foundation. Based on Adams research, policy makers in California are currently taking a more reactive approach to wildfires. He discusses how the state can become more proactive regarding fire prevention.
My guest today is Lawrence McQuillan. He is a Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on Entrepreneurial Innovation at the Independent Institute. He received his PhD in economics, served as Chief Economist at the Illinois Policy Institute, and is also Director of Business and Economic Studies at the Pacific Research Institute. Today he discusses his perspective into Californias wildfire crisis. His extensive research into forest fires details why we are seeing an increase in wildfires and what precautions we can take to prevent them.
My guest today is Williamson Evers, an expert on education policy. Dr. Evers headed the Trump-Pence transition's agency review for the U.S. Department of Education. He is now a senior fellow and director of the center on educational excellence at the Independent Institute. His articles have appeared in publications such as Education Week, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, and the Christian Science Monitor, and he is a past member of the editorial board of Education Next. Today we talk about the state of public education in California.
Research Fellow David Legates, co-author of Hot Talk, Cold Science, says despite changing the way businesses operate and spending billions of dollars in cap and trade schemes, we are unable to control the climate. The sun, not carbon dioxide, has a far greater effect on our climate, he says. The climate has always changed and it always will. Climate alarmists and government agencies are regulating and controling more aspects of our lives, making matters worse.