By Harold Brown
This week in the U.S. Senate, Democrats took to the floor to attack national and state organizations that oppose their climate policies in what they called a “Web of Denial
.” The Georgia Public Policy Foundation was among 22 signatories to a letter that denounced Democrats’ attack on free speech
But what about the so-called Web of Denial?
Global warming is not new. In the middle of the 20th century, climate predictions, patterns and clues were similar to what we hear today, though not as loud and frequent.
A Saturday Evening Post headline asked in 1950, “Is the World Getting Warmer? The article reported the first January melting ever of an ice bridge in 1948-1950 that…