Tuesday, June 28, 2005

The Wall Street Journal never disappoints when it comes to their editorials. Although I realize I should just ignore them, I just can't. It's like smelling the spoiled milk.

A recent "think" piece was written about global warming, and how -- SURPRISE -- it's all just a bunch of hooey. Thankfully, Realclimate.org responded with a lengthy retort, clearing the air of the Journal's MANY mistakes.

It's no wonder Kevin Drum writes, "the Wall Street Journal's editorial page, a wretched assemblage of hackery that's unequalled in America for its dangerous and calculated intellectual dishonesty." Please remember this the next time you read anything credited to the WSJ editorial staff.

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