The Truth About Environmentalism   1 comment

One reason I like Lew Rockwell’s site is that the writers are, by and large, good about linking to the articles they reference. This helps to keep them honest. Sometimes the article they are citing is worth a reblog. Lela

Prince Ea Is Sorry. Me Too by Rachelle Peterson

Prince Ea, a St. Louis rapper and spoken word poet, released a video tribute to Earth Day. “Dear Future Generations: Sorry” apologizes to posterity for leaving them a world desiccated, overheated, and run down. Many apparently share Prince Ea’s remorse. His video has more than 60 million views on Facebook alone. Collegeadministrators, professors, and students, too, have cited Prince Ea’s message as a prod to penitence.

Like Prince Ea, I, too, am sorry. The amiable spell-binding poet crafts some clever sentences, but falls for a number of popularized half-truths.

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