No need to worry about the greenhouse effect, the dangers of nuclear war, the shortage of water, or the ozone layer. The Chicken Little Agenda: Debunking “Experts’” Lies assures us that the sky is not falling! R. G. Williscroft, well prepared to turn the spin doctors upside down, reveals scientific evidence that will expose the rationale of environmental extremists by explaining, clarifying, and providing special insight into world issues through his accessible language and great sense of humor.
Similar to The O’Reilly Factor and No Spin Zone, The Chicken Little Agenda picks up where these shows leave off and examines the overriding issues of today with a level of detail impossible to achieve through television. A firm believer that the ordinary citizen already knows the truth but is just confused by the conflicting claims of the self-appointed experts who are terrifying the general public with their dire predictions of imminent disaster, Williscroft believes that after reading this book you might even say, “I knew this all along!” The Chicken Little Agenda shifts our focus from listening to the doomsayers who are convinced that the sky is falling to the problems Williscroft believes are really endangering mankind: the crisis in education, the intrusion of big government, and the decline of morality.
About the Author
Williscroft, a native of Studio City, California, is a retired submarine officer, deep-sea diver, businessman, writer, and life-long adventurer. His commitment to research includes spending twenty-two months underwater, a year in the equatorial Pacific, three years in the Arctic ice pack, and a year at the geographic South Pole. His B.S. in oceanography and meteorology from the University of Washington and his M.S. and Ph.D. in engineering from California Coast University give him the authoritative voice to take on the naysayers. His articles regularly appear in mensnewsdaily.com and in the popular online periodical Defense Watch Magazine.
THE CHICKEN LITTLE AGENDA
Debunking “Experts’” Lies
By R. G. Williscroft
240 pp. 5½ x 8½
4 graphs Tables Biblio. Index