We’re not the only ones wondering

In an earlier post, I wrote a bit about the lack of mainstream media coverage of the ClimateGate scandal and the growing collapse of the Global Warming mania.

I’m not the only one wondering about the curious incident of the dog in the night-time:

If there’s one thing the Snowpocalypse-hastened collapse of the Great Global Warming Hoax has shown us, among other things, it’s that Mark Steyn, as usual, was right all along, and “Anthropogenic Global Warming” — ridiculous on its face, as anyone who knows history could have said, and did — was as much a journalistic scandal as a scientific one.

Think about their coverage of ClimateGate and the global-warming controversy in general, and then about how the major media protected Barack Obama and refused to investigate his career, his associations, and his political beliefs during the presidential race. Then recall how they spent much of their free time in that same campaign savaging Sarah Palin. Do just that, and the professional and ethical bankruptcy of the media becomes clear.

Mainstream journalism is dead.

FAIR IS FAIR: Apparently The Washington Post still has some integrity left, albeit their spin of this scandal as “missteps” is laughable. (h/t NewsBusters)

TANGENTIAL UPDATE: An example of how the media ignored the political environment in which Obama was raised.

2 Responses to We’re not the only ones wondering

  1. tommoriarty says:

    The tree-ring data that Michael Mann used in his 2008 version of the hockey stick has a worse correlation to temperature than to atmospheric CO2. You can see the details here.

    best regards,
    ClimateSanity

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