After watching the "climate change" myth take hold over the last 20 years, I assumed the charade was now a done deal in terms of government policy — despite the lack of evidence supporting it.
Even conservative politicians in Canada have embraced it, including one (my old boss, Preston Manning) who'd once opposed schemes like the Kyoto Protocol.
Then came Donald Trump, who rejected the Paris Accord. Now Ontario has elected Doug Ford, who campaigned on, and has just confirmed, his intention to roll back the province's Liberal climate policies, like a carbon tax.
Tonight my guest Marc Morano and I wonder whether or not we should be optimistic. When did the political tide begin to turn, and why? Has public opinion changed too? And how are climate change fanatics trying to fight back. (Hint: Did you know that climate change skepticism is now "racist"...)