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Donald Trump

Fevered media speculation about Donald Trump’s psychological motivations and psychiatric diagnosis has recently encouraged mental health professionals to disregard the usual ethical constraints against diagnosing public figures at a distance. They have sponsored several petitions and a Feb. 14 letter … Continue reading

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Should we tolerate the intolerant, the racist, or the violent?

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Common Core Math

Published on Apr 14, 2013 Presented by Joy Pullmann Managing Editor of School Reform News and an Education Research Fellow at The Heartland Institute

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forcing balance where there is none

Katrina vanden Heuvel July 15, 2014 We’ve seen it in climate change reporting; we see it in shutdown coverage. Journalists should be unbiased, yes, but not brainless. Earlier this month, the BBC’s governing body issued a report assessing the BBC’s … Continue reading

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attitudes to climate change are a predictor of respondents’ political orientation

May 6, 2015 GET RADICAL- ENGAGING CONSERVATIVES ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE: 1 George Marshall @ 10:35 pm In one particularly disturbing US poll, attitudes to climate change were a better predictor of respondents’ political orientation than any other issue- including gun … Continue reading

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China increased its spending on renewable energy

Seth ShulmanEditorial Director, Union of Concerned Scientists Got Science? Nine Surprising Signs Momentum Is Building for Climate Action Florida Governor Rick Scott would allegedly like to censor any official mention of the subject. Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe still seems to … Continue reading

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I’m not a scientist

May 6, 2015 The G.O.P.’s War on Science Gets Worse ByElizabeth Kolbert Last week, the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, headed by Texas Republican Lamar Smith, approved a bill that would slash at least three hundred million dollars from … Continue reading

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We’re not screwed (?)

Originally posted on Climate Etc.:
by Judith Curry We’re screwed: 11,000 years’ worth of ­climate data prove it.  It’s among the most compelling bits of proof out there that human beings are behind global warming, and as such has become a target…

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Climate of failure(?)

Originally posted on Climate Etc.:
by Judith Curry On the politics of global warming policy. Here is a good topic for Sunday’s discussion: Roger Pielke Jr. has published an interesting essay in Foreign Policy, Climate of Failure.  Excerpts: The heady…

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Willard Anthony Watts

Willard Anthony Watts (born 1958) is a former broadcast meteorologist from the USA,[3][4] president of IntelliWeather Inc,[5] and founder of the Surface Stations Project, a volunteer initiative to document the siting and maintenance of U.S. weather stations.[6] He operates Watts … Continue reading

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