Saturday, April 02, 2011

Green corruption 

Lefty regulators continue their gratuitous destruction of American business and employment, again, as is often the case, in California. Behold, an extraordinary story of academic corruption and conflict of interest at the behest of environmental regulators. It makes a mockery of the left's oft-repeated charge that it is the right that "politicizes science."

Yet another great reason to support FIRE, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.


By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sat Apr 02, 12:55:00 PM:

If the whistle-blower had been a member of a strong union, it would not have been so easy to sack him. This is the kind of thing one joins a union for.


By Anonymous feeblemind, at Sat Apr 02, 05:08:00 PM:

Interesting how intertwined it all is.

The game is clearly rigged.  

By Anonymous Ignoramus, at Sat Apr 02, 07:21:00 PM:

I invite you to read through the links for fuller detail on what’s going on here: It’s the whistleblower that’s getting fired. He outed a fake PhD whose research purports to show that non-electric engines are causing thousands of deaths in California.

Hollywood used to relish the flimsiest story lines of “whistleblowers thwarted by the system”: e.g, China Syndrome, Silkwood … Paging Michael Moore …

And you wonder why critical research on AGW doesn’t come out of our leading universities? This isn’t a small point. Not to pick on Princeton, but you just hired Van Jones.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Apr 06, 01:40:00 PM:

"Tu quoque" is not a convincing defense.  

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