PJTV Big Green expose II is all about the big business of scaring America to death

Our friends at Pajamas TV have released their second mini-documentary produced in conjunction with The Examiner's recent Big Green Special Report, and it is a doozy, hosted by Joe Hicks. The title tells the story: “The big business of scaring America to death.”

You can watch the mini-doc below, but go here for more from PJTV on environmental issues, as well as anything and everything on the political, economic, cultural and media scenes. In fact, it's not exaggeration to say PJTV is something of an Internet skunkworks for a bunch of immensely talented and creative people to present the facts about what is happening in America these days.

Also below is the first installment of PJTV's Big Green mini-documentary series. The third and final installment should be posted later this week.

And if you missed the first installment, here it is:

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