Grenchik, once again, is ignorant of facts

2014-03-07T00:00:00Z Grenchik, once again, is ignorant of facts
March 07, 2014 12:00 am

Once again, George Grenchik uses his weekly column as a soap box to deride anyone who dares disagree with him.

In his Feb. 20 column, Grenchik declares anyone who denies burning of fossil fuels has contributed to "climate change" must be confused as to why Christopher Columbus didn't fall off the edge of the Earth.

It is always interesting that liberal fake intellectuals like Grenchik always dismiss anyone with a differing opinion as being an imbecile, dismissing their view as not worthy of consideration.

Well, let me say to Grenchik that those electric cars he seems so fond of take more energy than traditional gas-powered vehicles. And vehicle emissions have been cut dramatically due to government regulation.

The climate is changing, but then it always has since the beginning of time. The fact that we were told we had "global warming," when the temperature has not increased in the last 17 years, shows Grenchik, once again, is ignorant of facts.

- Steve Howard, Schaumburg

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