In this parody of Dr. Suess' charming classic, The Lorax, author Chandler Madison helps young readers understand the Global Warming controversy. He shows how uncertain Global Warming science is, and introduces the scandals that have cast doubts on climate scientists' claims. Inspired by actual events, Madison explores the political agendas and financial motives behind many in the Global Warming movement. He encourages young readers to question and be cautious of threats to their personal freedoms and opportunities.
A longtime California resident, Chandler Madison has experienced firsthand how environmentalism can go too far. He has witnessed how bloated environmental bureaucracies destroy businesses and jobs through higher costs, higher taxes, burdensome regulations, and endless delays. And Madison has seen how ever growing state power threatens personal freedoms, property rights, and economic opportunities. While California views itself as a leader in environmental protection, he encourages readers to balance those benefits against the very real costs of those policies.
Chandler Madison is a writer, businessman, and attorney. As a writer, he has published numerous articles to help people understand their Constitution, their freedoms, and laws that threaten those freedoms. He has researched extensively and written on the Global Warming controversy.
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About the Author
Chandler Madison is a writer, businessman, and attorney. As a writer, he has published numerous articles to help people understand their Constitution, their freedoms, and laws that threaten those freedoms. He has researched extensively and written on the Global Warming controversy. The author holds a Juris Doctor from the University of San Diego School of Law, and a Bachelor's of Business from the University of Texas at Austin.
Chandler Madison currently resides in Cincinnati, Ohio, with his wife and children. A Texas native, Madison has enjoyed most of his adult life in southern California, where he lived with his family in the quaint beach town of San Clemente.