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Green Issues Are the Place to Be

Global warming goes glossy as magazines turn up heat on business with environmental ideas.

Green Day(s) All Year 'Round

Media uncritically report on climate change rallies, protests and concerts without pausing to count the cost to businesses and individuals.

Vanity Fair Tells Conservatives to Go to Hell

Magazine attacks Limbaugh, sentences 'environmental sinners' to 'Dante's Inferno: Green Edition'

Time Part V: Time Goes for the Green -- In Your Wallet

Financial impact of magazine's recommendations could put you in the red.

Time Part II: Magazine Also Has a Beef with Steak

Time's 51 things 'to make a difference' would control food we eat and where it is grown.

Time Magazine Gives 51 Ways to Save Planet, Including Taxes & Regulation

Magazine's prescription for planet's 'serious illness' includes a strong dose of government and 'feel good factors.'

NY Times Flush with Environmental Extremism

Newspaper profiles 'no impact' couple living without carbon comforts, even toilet paper.

Glamour: Global Warming Activism for Women

From one-sided advisers to calls for government action on climate, the magazine revels in green extremism.

Edwards Claims His Mega-Mansion is Carbon Neutral

Presidential candidate promotes carbon caps for business, but carbon 'offsets' for himself.

CS Monitor Praises 'Renewable' House, Ignores Cost to Taxpayers

Correspondent never indicates $250,000 state grant is paid for by state residents.
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