Daily Archives: May 15, 2008

Have things changed? What reforms are needed? Remarks at Whistleblower Week in Washington

Climate Science Watch director Rick Piltz spoke at a Whistleblower Week in Washington event May 12, on a panel on “Scientific Freedom and the Public Good.” In addition to comments in response to questions about his own experience, he talked … Continue reading

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Michael Gerson’s strange and evasive spinning on the Republican war on science

In how he dismissed the conclusion that there has been a Republican war on science, Michael Gerson, former speechwriter and senior policy advisor to President Bush, struck an ethical pose in his May 7 Washington Post op-ed column but showed … Continue reading

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