On Clinton, Streisand and Murdoch: A Climate Change Alliance

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It’s probably impossible to say something positive about Bill Clinton without being accused of being partisan. After all, didn’t he used to be a friend of Al Gore’s?
But his global initiative is reaping real results and we think he deserves some recognition. As John Stewart suggests in the attached YouTube video, it’s not just anybody who could get Barbra Streisand and Rupert Murdoch pulling in the same boat – and in the same direction.
(To our Republican readers; you probably want to bail out when they break for a commercial. It will spare you having to listen to Bill’s pitch for Hillary’s presidency.)

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