Global Warming

Five Blasts of Bias from the New York Times in 2012

2012 was another banner year for bias at the New York Times, from slanted coverage of campaign 2012, to bizarre displays of individual unfairness to conservatives. The Times also intensified its ...
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Five Reasons The Networks Have No Business Covering Business (Or the Economy)

In 2012 alone, from approaching a fiscal cliff to Occupy movement, media proved unable to fairly cover many issues.
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Ted Turner, Prodded by CNN, Calls for Nuclear Disarmament, Says 'War Is Just About Over With'

CNN founder Ted Turner is well-known for his outlandish liberal views, and CNN's Suzanne Malveaux teed him up on Thursday to rant against nuclear weapons, call for higher taxes on the wealthy, ...
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NYT's Climate Change Reporter Dismisses 'Skeptical Skunks,' Assumes Problem 'Growing Worse'

Times climate-change reporter John Broder shows his deep respect for dissenting opinionsin a print story and on the paper's Green blog: "Few would compare a United Nations climate change ...
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Times' Alarmist Climate Reporter Hails Lefty College Divestment Push as 'Vanguard of a National Movement'

The Times' most alarmist climate reporter Justin Gillis strikes again, hyping a left-wing "divestment" movement at a small college in Pennsylvania: "As they consider how to ratchet up their ...
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Apocalypse Soon at the New York Times: 'Higher Seas and Greater Coastal Flooding' on Horizon

From the Times' tag team of global warming advocacy, Justin Gillis and John Broder: "Further increases in carbon dioxide are likely to have a profound effect on climate, scientists say, leading ...
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New York Times: 'There Is a Good Chance New York City Will Sink Beneath the Sea'

The Statue of Liberty under water on the front of the New York Times' Sunday Review: "Whether in 50 or 100 or 200 years, there is a good chance New York City will sink beneath the sea." Why? You ...
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CBS Highlights Claims Linking Climate Change to Hurricane Sandy Intensity

On Wednesday's CBS Evening News, anchor Scott Pelley read a brief item highlighting the view by "weather forcasters from the U.S. government" that climate change "may have intensified" Hurricane ...
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Fear-Mongering ABC Hypes Latest Global Warming Disaster: The End of Coffee

The alarmist journalists at Good Morning America on Sunday hyped a new report that fretted over whether global warming will spell the end of coffee. Reporter John Muller warned, "...The coffee ...
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NBC Works on 'Connecting the Dots' Between Sandy and Global Warming

In a report for Monday's NBC Nightly News, correspondent Anne Thompson seized on Hurricane Sandy to continue pushing the argument for man-made global warming: "Now some politicians are ...
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