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Why do environmentalists cause more harm than good?

Last week, CNN delayed for a few hours the scheduled Tuesday night broadcast debut of its much-hyped documentary series "Planet in Peril" due to live coverage of the tragic wildfires that have displaced more than 500,000 people in Southern California. But that didn't keep CNN "golden boy" reporter Anderson Cooper from using the tragedy to tout the program he starred in as much as he could. Cooper constantly claimed during the week that the fires provided further confirmation of the documentary's prediction of an eco-catastrophe. Cooper said that higher temperature due to global warming may have been a factor. It was a "timely documentary," Cooper said last Tuesday on CNN's "Larry King Live", because "California certainly seems to be in peril." But ironically, much of the reason California is in peril is due not to climate change, but to the very environmental policies championed by Cooper's documentary and our new Nobel laureate, Al Gore. While, in its statement praising Gore, the
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What do you think O'Reily's reaction was after reading Roger Ebert's letter?

To: Bill O'Reilly From: Roger Ebert Dear Bill: Thanks for including the Chicago Sun-Times on your exclusive list of newspapers on your "Hall of Shame." To be in an O'Reilly Hall of Fame would be a cruel blow to any newspaper. It would place us in the favor of a man who turns red and starts screaming when anyone disagrees with him. My grade-school teacher, wise Sister Nathan, would have called in your parents and recommended counseling with Father Hogben. Yes, the Sun-Times is liberal, having recently endorsed our first Democrat for President since LBJ. We were founded by Marshall Field one week before Pearl Harbor to provide a liberal voice in Chicago to counter the Tribune, which opposed an American war against Hitler. I'm sure you would have sided with the Trib at the time. I understand you believe one of the Sun-Times misdemeanors was dropping your syndicated column. My editor informs me that "very few" readers complained about the disappearance of your column, adding, "many more
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Essay...please help!?

I need to have 300 words...I have 248 at the moment. Can someone please help me in figuring out how to get more words? Here's the topic of the essay: You are the judge in Blather County, and you are listening to a very important case. This is a lawsuit among several different groups. The lawsuit developed because, over the past three years, there has been very little rainfall, and no snow. The Lottawatta River is very low, and water is scarce. In the river lives the Bluemouth Salmon, which is an endangered species. The government has said that there will be no water for irrigation use this year because the water is needed for the salmon to be able to reproduce. Farmers in the area have filed the lawsuit arguing that they will go out of business if there is no water. Environmental groups are defending the action saying the salmon must be protected. The farmers say that the government cannot cause them to go out of business or destroy their way of life. Native Americans say the salmon is
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Pacific Northwest History Questions..Need help!?

1. Until 1853, the _____ Territory included the land south of the 49th parallel. A) Washington B) Northwest C) Canadian D) Oregon 2. The Convention of 1818 also stated that Great Britain and the U.S. would jointly share the Oregon Country for _____ years. A) 30 B) 50 C) 10 D) 15 3. America’s eleventh President, James K. Polk, was famous for his expansionist goals and campaign slogan “_____ or fight.” A) 54°40’ B) 49°40’ C) 52°40’ D) 48°40’ 4. Which President signed the omnibus bill that admitted Washington to the United States as the 42nd state? A) Harrison B) Polk C) Jefferson D) Cleveland 5. What was the population requirement for a territory to apply for statehood? A) 100,000 B) 200,000 C) 125,000 D) 250,000 6. When did Washington finally gain statehood? A) February 8, 1853 B) November 29, 1847 C) November 11, 1889 D) November 1, 1905 7. The only territorial and state capital in the history of Washington has been located in _____. A) Seattle B) Yakima C) Federal Way D) Olympia 8. __
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Pacific Northwest History - Insight School Quiz?

1. Until 1853, the _____ Territory included the land south of the 49th parallel. A) Washington B) Northwest C) Canadian D) Oregon 2. The Convention of 1818 also stated that Great Britain and the U.S. would jointly share the Oregon Country for _____ years. A) 30 B) 50 C) 10 D) 15 3. America’s eleventh President, James K. Polk, was famous for his expansionist goals and campaign slogan “_____ or fight.” A) 54°40’ B) 49°40’ C) 52°40’ D) 48°40’ 4. Which President signed the omnibus bill that admitted Washington to the United States as the 42nd state? A) Harrison B) Polk C) Jefferson D) Cleveland 5. What was the population requirement for a territory to apply for statehood? A) 100,000 B) 200,000 C) 125,000 D) 250,000 6. When did Washington finally gain statehood? A) February 8, 1853 B) November 29, 1847 C) November 11, 1889 D) November 1, 1905 7. The only territorial and state capital in the history of Washington has been located in _____. A) Seattle B) Yakima C) Federal Way D) Olympia
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Will rate you the best if you help me on a test?

Thanks, there was 100 question these 20 i dont know the answer too. 1. Until 1853, the _____ Territory included the land south of the 49th parallel. A) Washington B) Northwest C) Canadian D) Oregon 2. The Convention of 1818 also stated that Great Britain and the U.S. would jointly share the Oregon Country for _____ years. A) 30 B) 50 C) 10 D) 15 3. America’s eleventh President, James K. Polk, was famous for his expansionist goals and campaign slogan “_____ or fight.” A) 54°40’ B) 49°40’ C) 52°40’ D) 48°40’ 4. Which President signed the omnibus bill that admitted Washington to the United States as the 42nd state? A) Harrison B) Polk C) Jefferson D) Cleveland 5. What was the population requirement for a territory to apply for statehood? A) 100,000 B) 200,000 C) 125,000 D) 250,000 6. When did Washington finally gain statehood? A) February 8, 1853 B) November 29, 1847 C) November 11, 1889 D) November 1, 1905 7. The only territorial and state capital in the history of Washington has
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