Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Eric Pooley: Inhofe 'Was Right' About U.S. Climate Bill

Global warming alarmist admits senator's prediction about cap-and-trade legislation was correct; portrays ClimateGate as step back.

ClimateGate 1 Year Later: Networks Barely Cover Scandal, But Defend and 'Exonerate' Accused Scientists

Climate controversy shook public's faith in global warming science, but not network news media's. Reporters downplayed allegations, defended the science and turned accused into victims.

Fire and Ice

Journalists have warned of climate change for 100 years, but cant decide weather we face an ice age or warming

Left Hates Science and Children

But journalists complain right filled with 'anti-science' types.

Don't Call Her Ma'am: Natalie Angier's Latest Complaints Against the Male of the Species

Natalie Angier takes on the insulting honorific, then insults men: "Behind the link between 'ma'am' and 'old' is the familiar feminist observation that, whereas a man remains 'mister' and 'sir' ...

Christian Science Monitor: Public Just Doesn't Know Enough About Climate Change

Writer says Hollywood will help get environmental message out, as if it doesn't already.

12 Days, 3 Networks and No Mention of ClimateGate Scandal

Even as Copenhagen looms, broadcast news ignores e-mails suggesting warming alarmists 'manipulated' data, conspired to destroy information and thwarted peer reviews.

NY Times Science Writer Blasts 'Smug Groupthink' Among Climategate Scientists

Unpredictable New York Times science columnist John Tierney reads the hacked Climate-gate emails and finds "smug groupthink" and revenge plots "against those who question the dangers of global ...

Cornelia Dean Chides Those Who Doubt Harm of Global Warming

Cornelia Dean chides the public for doubting the undeniably harmful effects of global warming: "...about a third of Americans think there is lively scientific debate on both topics; in ...

Scientific American Magazine Honors Obama For 'Welcoming Back' Science Into White House

For his "extraordinary" accomplishments in just "a matter of weeks of taking office," the June edition of Scientific American magazine is honoring Barack Obama as one of ten people "who have ...
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