Wednesday, August 14, 2013


The futility of “just the facts” climate science | Grist
conservatives are freestanding moral agents and not mere clay shaped by the messages of climate hawks.
Republicans can’t turn off the climate science crazy -
Normally “GOP elected official denies climate science” is a dog-bites-man story, but this August it underscores the national party’s inability to control its own worst instincts at precisely the moment members are supposed to be selling their purported softer sides to the public ahead of midterm elections.

It, of course, doesn’t help them that Obama gave a far-reaching speech about global warming just a few weeks ago, and that his reconstituted campaign arm is making denialism a political issue. It’s an important issue, and Obama’s political treatment of it is completely appropriate. But it’s also designed to bait Republicans into predictable behavior.
Twitter / clim8resistance: How many conferences about ...
How many conferences about scepticism without sceptics are there going to be? @aDissentient @WarrenPearce
Ron Johnson Accuses Group Fighting Climate Change Of 'Environmental Jihad'
The Wisconsin Republican once said climate change was caused by "sunspot activity,"

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