Fox News Serving Up Climate Skepticism

Via Joe Mohr
on Jan 5, 2011
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4 Responses to “Fox News Serving Up Climate Skepticism”

  1. BenRiggs says:

    Do you think that fox serves up anymore skepticism than the other new organizations? Or they just pick different topics to do it with?

  2. Joe Mohr says:

    Oh, I do not defend the newsworthiness of any other organization in lambasting Fox. However, Fox is the worst.

    This cartoon was simply a reaction to the news editor ordering staff to make climate change still appear doubtful.

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