Drew Zahn is a WND news editor who cut his journalist teeth as a member of the award-winning staff of Leadership, Christianity Today's professional journal for church leaders. A former pastor, he is the editor of seven books, including Movie-Based Illustrations for Preaching & Teaching, which sparked his ongoing love affair with film and his weekly WND column, "Popcorn and a (world)view."More ↓Less ↑
The national spotlight is about to be shined on charges that the Obama administration is using Environmental Protection Agency regulations to exact its political – and not necessarily environmental – agenda on America.
A Fox News report called “Behind Obama’s Green Agenda” will air Sunday evening at 8:00 p.m. Central, 9:00 Eastern, discussing charges by many in and out of government that the EPA has overstepped its bounds to become a strong arm for Obama’s political goals.
Sources at Fox News told WND that many are charging Obama’s “doctrine of sustainable development” means a lot more than just “going green” and recycling garbage, but rather means using regulatory schemes to fight racism, promote homosexuality, restrict growth and farming and achieve socioeconomic goals that have nothing to do with the environment.
One of the Obama EPA’s most vocal critics, Inhofe contends power brokers in an ever-expanding federal government have been using the global-warming, climate-change issue in an effort to dramatically and hugely increase government regulation of American lives and businesses, necessarily raising the cost of living and taxes to achieve political ends.
“The Greatest Hoax” claims to reveal the reasons behind those perpetuating the global warming myth, who is benefiting from the general acceptance of it and why the premise behind man-made climate change is blatantly and categorically false.
Sources at Fox News tell WND Inhofe will be a major voice in the documentary and will discuss a range of issues, including the Keystone Pipeline and the behavior of EPA Regional Administrator Al Armendariz, who notoriously explained his “philosophy of enforcement” in regulating violators was to “crucify them.”