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Not Truthful, Just Gore<3>

Added 1/12/2010

That was good and timely for the release of "Not Evil Just Wrong," since the high-traffic Drudge Report highlighted McAleer's exchange with

Gore over the entire past weekend. That spurred more radio talk show and other media appearances earlier this week, including an

unforgettable debate on CNN's "Lou Dobbs Tonight" between McAleer and Environmental Defense president Fred Krupp, who the Irishman reduced to

nothing more than a "millionaire lawyer who calls himself an environmentalist."

So what about "Not Evil Just Wrong" as a film?

It effectively makes its points, which are to illustrate how global warming alarmism and its anti-fossil fuel agenda will harm poor countries

and their people, because it reduces their access to cheaper, more efficient sources of energy. It makes a mockery of the scientific methods

practiced by the climate fearmongers, especially the infamous and now-debunked Michael Mann and his "hockey stick" warming chart. It follows

the life of a lower income family whose breadwinner's job is with a local coal-fired power plant, which provides them cheap energy and a

higher standard of living.

And the film (as have others) likens the environmentalists' climate change hysteria to the Rachel Carson-inspired DDT ban on pesticides,

responsible for millions of deaths in poor African countries. McElhinny and McAleer even interview a U.S. environmentalist working in Uganda,

who can't bear the idea of promoting DDT use because of its threat to birds.

If it sounds like the movie jumps around a lot, it does. But that matches the personality and the passion of its filmmakers, and it is

surprisingly effective. Best of all, it provides a truthful counterbalance to the award-winning documentary that Gore has yet to correct.

If you're not able to catch a premiere showing of "Not Evil Just Wrong" on Sunday night, that won't be the end of its availability. Watch it

soon, and you might even be inspired to suggest it to your children's science teacher.

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