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"If I had to choose one global warming skeptic to go mano-a-mano against the best of the alarmists in a winner-take-all, rumble-in-the-jungle debate to the death to settle the climate controversy once and for all, my pick would be Chris Horner. Red Hot Lies shows why. Horner's astonishing depth and breadth of knowledge is crisply and cleverly articulated and packs amazing punch. It's no wonder the alarmists fear him."
--Steven Milloy, publisher, JunkScience.com
Praise for Christopher C. Horner and his New York Times bestseller, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming and Environmentalism
"Finally, someone has written a definitive resource to debunk global warming alarmism."
--Senator James Inhofe (R.-Okla.), former chairman of the Environment & Public Works Committee
"Chris Horner has been a staunch champion for common sense in the face of mounting media hysteria about the climate."
--Roger Helmer, member of European Parliament
In reviewing reviews here, I noticed one says it's from a scientist whose work was misrepresented in the book. Only 33 of 130 people reading the reviews found that review helpful. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cameron
A must for anyone who is concerned about this multi national con.Published 5 months ago by jim morrell
Fact by fact, this book dismisses the alarmist exaggerations of global warm-mongers. Environmentalists who depend on keeping the illusion and fear level at maximum should fear this... Read morePublished 6 months ago by David Weiner
This book is nothing more than conservative conspiracy theory. The authors logic works like this: Group 'X' supports the existence of global warming. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Hillary Dina
A must read for a reality check on "climate change" propaganda!Published 13 months ago by R. Bischoff
This book was recommended by a student of mine this fall semester. She read another book by another author on climate change science. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Judith A. Whelan