Thu, 2006-07-27 05:59Ross Gelbspan
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Researcher Slams Skeptics' Distortions in New York Times Op-Ed

“Our results have been misused as 'evidence' against global warming by Michael Crichton … and by Ann Coulter… In the meantime, I would like to remove my name from the list of scientists who dispute global warming. I know my coauthors would as well.” – Peter Doran, Op-Ed Page, New York Times, July 27, 2006

Wed, 2006-07-26 14:53Richard Littlemore
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Senator Jim Inhofe Defines Environmentalism

It is, apparently, not enough for Oklahoma Republican Senator JamesPat Robertson Mountain Inhofe to dismiss the U.S. National Academy of Sciences as Nazi propagandists.He has gone further, in a conversation with the 700 Club's Pat Robertson, to define “far-Left environmentalists” as both anarchists and wouldn-be global bureaucrats.

Wed, 2006-07-26 07:11Richard Littlemore
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Senator Jim Inhofe: Some Reich; Some Propagandist

“Those who are familiar with Senator Jim Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) know he is aSen. Jim Inhofe straight shooter who speaks his mind,” says the liberal-media bashing blog. And the contents of his mind are, to some degree, evident in his 2003 claim on the floor of the U.S. Congress that global warming is “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people.”

Tue, 2006-07-25 14:32Richard Littlemore
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Harper's Canada and Howard's Australia Following Same Path

British investors “have recognized the emergence of Canada's globalPM's Harper and Howard energy powerhouse. Or as we put it, the emerging energy superpower our government intends to build.” – Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, in London, speaking to a British business audience on July 15, 2006

“As an efficient, reliable supplier, Australia has a massive opportunity to increase its share of global energy trade - with the right policies, we have the makings of an energy superpower.“  – Australian Prime Minister John Howard, in Sydney, speaking to an Australian economics forum, on July 17, 2006

Tue, 2006-07-25 11:32Jim Hoggan
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When "Balanced" Journalism is Anything But Balanced

Here's a marvellous attack on climate change science, scientists and media types who might take those scientists seriously. It's also a perfect example of a PR tactic that is being used to pervert the climate change conversation.

The writer, one Dick Little, complains that in a recent Discovery Channel feature on climate change, host Tom Brokaw failed to present the contrarian case. Little says, “… the fact is the program did not show anyone with proper scientific credentials to express an opposing viewpoint. That's not balance. That's propaganda.”


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