Articles Tagged "Ann McElhinney "
Wednesday, March 3rd 2010, 3:36 PM EST
Listen to Ann's CPAC speech which got a standing ovation from 8000 people when she told the audience that James Cameron needs to grow up, that Avatar is beautiful but dangerous and threatens the American Dream and what to do about green indoctrination in American public schools.
Ann McElhinney, the director of Not Evil Just Wrong and Mine Your Own Business speaks about anti-development bias in James Cameron's blockbuster Avatar and about environmental indoctrination in public education system in US.
Cameron declares war on climate change
Avatar director James Cameron has called for a mobilisation to tackle climate change, of a scale similar to that of World War II.
He was speaking at Global Green USA's 7th Annual Pre-Oscar Party, which he attended with wife Suzi Amis in LA.
They were joined by tennis star Serena Williams and former Spice Girl Mel B at the bash in LA, plus Jessica Alba and Benji and Joel Madden from Good Charlotte.
Monday, August 23rd 2010, 6:32 AM EDT
Last March James Cameron sounded defiant.
The Avatar director was determined to expose journalists, such as myself, who thought it was important to ask questions about climate change orthodoxy and the radical "solutions" being proposed.
Cameron said was itching to debate the issue and show skeptical journalists and scientists that they were wrong.
“I want to call those deniers out into the street at high noon and shoot it out with those boneheads,
" he said in an interview.
Well, a few weeks ago Mr. Cameron seemed to honor his word.
Monday, January 4th 2010, 12:29 PM EST
2010 has arrived and our New Year's resolution is to remain committed to bringing forward the truth about Global Warming hysteria.
During the new year this message must take root and we can accomplish this by having Not Evil Just Wrong shown in every school in America. Last week, a Rhinebeck High School sophomore named Michelle Drewkett stood up to her school board about the biased teaching of climate change. It is a story we hope to see repeated many, many times in 2010.
We are in an ideal position to make this coming year a success thanks to your support in 2009. Over 400,000 of you participated in our premiere on October 18th and have continued to support our message discrediting environmental alarmism.
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Tuesday, September 1st 2009, 2:39 PM EDT
America's cinematic tea party is now less than 50 days away! Come Oct. 18, patriots from sea to shining sea will be watching as we expose the true cost of global warming hysteria with the premiere of Not Evil Just Wrong.
The rush to premiere day gave us an emotional rush last week as we recorded the directors' commentary. Production manager Magda joined us in the studio to tell the true behind-the-scenes story of the making of Not Evil Just Wrong. Reliving the film reminded us just how important it is to tell this story. The American Dream is at stake for millions of families!
Radical environmentalists have buried the truth under mounds of flawed science and alarmism, but Americans are awakening as they hear the truth. They're hungry for facts, not the distortions of groups like Greenpeace.
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Tuesday, August 25th 2009, 3:13 PM EDT
We made an online splash last week with our exclusive report about Greenpeace's outgoing leader being caught in a lie about melting Arctic ice. The story damaged Greenpeace's reputation and forced the group into a rare retreat and "clarification" on its Web site.
In July, Greenpeace published a story that said the Arctic would be ice-free by 2030, but executive director Gerd Leipold admitted that was a mistake when pressed by Stephen Sackur of BBC. "I don't think it will be melting by 2030. ... That may have been a mistake," he said on BBC's "Hardtalk."
Greenpeace issued its clarification after the blogosphere exploded with the news. The pro-environmental blog at the left-wing Guardian newspaper acknowledged that "Greenpeace will be bruised by this furor" because of the group's admission that it intentionally emotionalizes issues to sway public opinion.
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Friday, August 27th 2010, 3:20 AM EDT
Back in March James Cameron said, “I want to call those deniers out into the street at high noon and shoot it out with those boneheads."
This put into motion the debate-that-was-not, starting with Cameron calling Ann McElhinney, Marc Marono, and Andrew Breitbart requesting a debate at the AREDAY summit.
But as soon as they accepted, Cameron started backtracking. His list of demands for the debate can only be described as diva behavior, changing by the hour and becoming more restrictive every time. Ban cameras, ban audio, ban the media, ban the public
We met every unreasonable demand. Yet, when it finally came time to sit down and discuss Global Warming the outspoken environmentalist turned tail and ran, canceling while one of the debaters, Marc Marono, was in flight. "The whole house of cards is falling! Well done, Jimmy! I'm beginning to doubt the existence of the Titanic," mocked Dennis Miller
Saturday, October 24th 2009, 7:01 AM EDT
Accuracy in Media, a conservative news media watchdog group, discussed The White House’s recent dispute with Fox News at their 40th anniversary conference in Washington. Panels included "The Failures of Liberal and Conservative Media," "Global Warming: Fact or Media Myth?," "New Media and the Future of Journalism" and other issues.
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Wednesday, September 16th 2009, 2:15 AM EDT
Not Evil Just Wrong hits homes across America in less than 40 days, and we want yours to be one of them. Order a party pack today and help us set a world record with our cinematic tea party on Oct. 18. It's almost time to roll out the red carpet
Many of you are getting this newsletter for the first time because you attended the March on Washington on Saturday and gave us your e-mail addresses. Thanks for that, and welcome to the resistance! Please spread the word to your contacts by forwarding this e-mail. We need an army like the one we saw over the weekend to kill the global warming tax. And if you shoot video that exposes global warming hysteria, send it our way. We’d love to post it on our YouTube channel.
The Not Evil Just Wrong team was out in full force at Freedom Plaza early Saturday to promote the film. We weren't there long before we had to haul our table and display to Capitol Hill.
We chatted up the crowd all day and met fans from across the country, including one couple all the way from Orange County, Calif., that can't wait for premiere night. One man from Delaware is so excited about the movie that he volunteered to help distribute fliers once he found us. And we overheard another man repeating our Web address by phone to someone back home.
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Wednesday, September 9th 2009, 6:06 PM EDT
There's nothing like a celebration of hard work in the heart of Appalachia to energize us for the fight to save the American Dream!
We took a road trip into the hills of West Virginia over the weekend for a party on a resurfaced coal mine -- the "Friends of America" rally in Holden, not far from the state capital of Charleston -- and had a fabulous time. We couldn't think of a better way to spend our Labor Day than with the people who have made America great by extracting coal from this beautiful land so millions of people can prosper thanks to cheap energy.
It was also interesting to see the reclaimed mining site. Environmentalists love to show mountaintop mining at its worst. They love to show the "moonscape phase" but never show the area after it has been reclaimed.
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Monday, August 23rd 2010, 7:07 PM EDT
Global Warming Summit's Warm Welcome: Morano told to drive car into garage with engine running and then close the doors
ASPEN COLORADO: Hollywood director James Cameron challenged three high profile global warming skeptics to a public debate at a global warming and energy conference. But Cameron backed out of the debate at the last minute after environmentalists "came out of the woodwork" to warn him not to engage in a debate with skeptics because it was not in his best interest.
Cameron challenged Andrew Breitbart, Climate Depot's Marc Morano and filmmaker Ann McElhinney of 'Not Evil Just Wrong.' The debate was already in the program for the Aspen American Renewable Energy Day (AREDAY) summit. The website program described the agreed to debate as “AREDAY Climate Change Debate: Reality or Fiction?"
After setting up the public global warming debate, Cameron and his negotiator then changed formats multiple times and initially said it would be open to the media and then said he would only participate if it was private with no recording devices. The skeptics agreed to all the changes. According to AREDAY organizers, activist Joseph Romm of Climate Progress urged Cameron not to go ahead with the debate as well.
Cameron's cancellation of the agreed to debate did not happen until one debate participant (Morano) was already in mid-air, flying from DC to Aspen on Saturday August 21 to attend the debate. (AREDAY did grant Morano a 90 minute slot to speak at the summit. See: Climate Depot's Presentation at Warmists' Summit Met By Hostile Interrupting Moderator and Crowd; Call for Morano to Kill Himself!)
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