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Publisher's Summary

Less freedom. More regulation. Higher costs. Make no mistake: those are the surefire consequences of the modern global warming campaign waged by political and cultural elites, who have long ago abandoned fact-based science for dramatic fearmongering in order to push increased central planning.

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change gives a voice - backed by statistics, real-life stories, and incontrovertible evidence - to the millions of "deplorable" Americans skeptical about the multibillion dollar "climate change" complex, whose claims have time and time again been proven wrong.

©2018 Marc Morano (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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absolutely horrifically stupid.

I only listened to this for 2 minutes and immediately couldn't even think about listening to any more of this book.

This book shouldn't be on audible at all mainly because it fills your head with facts claiming climate change Is a hoax. it's not. it's 2021, the planet is on fire, literally, we live in a year where world records temperatures are being set, hurricanes are worse than ever, droughts are killing livelihoods, and much of the world is actually on fire.

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An informative book

I enjoyed the references to published academic papers and the quotes from established academics. The reading was a little more emotionally emphatic than I prefer.

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A bit of a zealot

I was looking for an unbiased evaluation of the science. I think was extremely biased— to the point that I don’t trust it. Performance was great. I hope to find other sources that are less biased.

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Well documented exposee

Exposes the systematic deception and the huge money behind the mmulti billion dollar global warming industry.

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Great book!

The truth about global warming and the left. It is explained in way to make sense of the complexity of the issue.

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Very informative

Before listening to this I was on the fence as to what was happening with climate change agenda. But after listening to this and reviewing some of the statements and facts on my own during the book I found it very amazing the degree of shenanigans going on with this movement.

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  • 2020-02-11

Not convinced

It was difficult to listen to the whole book. There are too many false claims, references to debunked conspiracies and inciting adjectives and adverbs resulting in overstating his position.

As seems true in most “debates”, if that’s what this is, that are true or close to it that a whole argument can be constructed on a kernel but result is a statement far off from the truth.

It’s no wonder real scientists are reluctant to waste time debating this journalist and political advisor over such a complex issue.

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  • Alexia Wennberg
  • 2020-12-11

Horrible

How can this book in these times even be promoted on audible! Makes me want to cancel my subscription. A Scandal!

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  • JOSEPH
  • 2019-12-30

The other side of the story ...

After being "all in"' for years as a global warm warming and then a climate change believer, this is one eye opening read! I had just finished reading a dire account of what to expect as global climate change progresses It was pretty horrific and yet when I mentioned it to some people they seemed skeptical. This confounded me! So I thought it would be wise to hear what a climate denier had to say. The words shock and surprise best describe my overall sentiment as I listened to this book. My takeaway is that the concept of climate change may have started out as a science, but may now be more of a religion. Too many authorities on climate have withdrawn from the climate change side of the argument for lack of scientific evidence. This is a science that is evolving and one that I plan to watch closely.

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  • Shawn R. Blackhurst
  • 2020-11-03

Very interesting

Filled with information that reinforces what archeologists already know. The climate has changed since the beginning of time.

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  • Man on Fire
  • 2020-02-13

Great facts to counter Climate Change activism

Great facts to counter Climate Change activist argument. All the real truths that so many won't tell you.

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  • Wayne H
  • 2020-10-21

A voice from the wilderness

The narrator for this book was very good. Easy to listen to and to follow.
The topic under discussion is one that I have found most of the time to be based on feelings rather than on the facts. However, with the evidence that was put forth in this book I now understand better this issue. Dates, publications, and meetings are given to show the deception that is being used in order to gain wealth and control.

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  • Prolific E-Shopper
  • 2021-07-29

Guide to disinformation.

Climate Denier nonsense. A complete waste of a credit. The author makes money selling lies.

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  • IslandgirlKS
  • 2020-12-12

would like the print version

full of facts, dates and Scientist names who have their own opinion on man made climate change. the hypocrisy of the "climate change religious" is pointed out as well. I love facts... this book is full of them.. i took notes for the next time I try to educate an activist. i would like the print version.

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  • Pfigment
  • 2021-06-21

An excellent rebuttal.

There is no doubt of the author's bias. He does not hide his very specific political point of view. The reason I both rate and recommend the book highly is because any question one might have regarding the source of his claims, he presents to you. Personally, I read abstracts, or full paper, when it comes to scientific publications. The benefit of a book like this is that it points you toward some of the voice, paper, and op-eds by qualified people who are skeptical of the green movement, particularly about the solutions offered by most people the author dubs 'alarmist' or 'warmist'. Along with the book, I cannot help by suggest Bjorn Lomborg works as well; he too focuses on the problems and cost presented by the solutions being offered, Cost benefit analysis may seem cold, but in truth what lies in the balance is the poverty and starvation of people living at the edge of existence today.

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  • Norrello
  • 2021-05-10

Why is this being promoted?

This isn’t challenging orthodoxy, it’s ill-intentioned propagandistic nonsense. Why is Audible promoting this? Are there any editorial standards being applied here?

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