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The twisted morality of climate denial: How religion and American exceptionalism are undermining our future
James Inhofe (C-Span) Despite overwhelming scientific consensus, Americans remain split on climate change. Here’s why March 8, 2015 4:00pm (UTC) James Inhofe, the senior Republican senator from Oklahoma