Laura Ingraham hosted James Taylor of Heartland Institute and Kert Davies with Greenpeace.
Davies said the average person knows something is going on with the climate and people are taking it more seriously than indicated. Taylor said that most scientists see this more as cyclical weather patterns rather than a huge climate change issue. He said most weather centers are located near cities which have higher temperatures and that we are emerging from a mini ice age. Davies said we are gettting much more rain and that the majority of authorities in science believe we are in global warming.
Taylor said that the wildfires are on a downward trend and that soil moisture has improved of late, proving we are not in a drought. Davies said that there isn't a global warming political industry and that fires such as in Colorado has been caused by extreme weather patterns and that more is being spent on fire prevention. Taylor reiterated his points with a set of data.