Milloy’s expose’ of Harvard/Syracuse science whores makes news

Junk Science Makes Good!!!! And Better!!!!!

Well, I wanted to say a bit more about this, so, I’ll update the original repost.

Milloy has exposed what we all already knew:  The government feeding trough and climate lunatics have an incestuous relationship.

But, I think there are some things to see beyond the face of this story.  I note that I’ve essentially reposted a WeaselZippers post via TownHall, and now Breitbart is covering JunkScience!  There have been many more recent examples of old school hard core blogs …. which have been doing the job of the media for years now, getting heard on the new conservative media!  Outdamnedstanding!!!!  Winning!

I think, when I started blogging, you could count on one hand how many blogs were quoted on traditional media …. not just in one day, but, for years!

JunkScience.com

We note with enthusiasm that the Milloy investigation is noticed at Breitbart and then bounced to the opening page of the Drudge Report.

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6 Responses to Milloy’s expose’ of Harvard/Syracuse science whores makes news

  1. Jim Masterson says:

    >>
    inessential relationship
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    Hmmm, did you mean “incestuous relationship?” That would be the phrase I would use.

    Jim

  2. DirkH says:

    Investigative journalism got relabeled conspiracy theory and died out in the MSM, now the MSM have atrophied to a Soviet Pravda-like status, and are dying themselves; while the bloggers have not been impressed by the slander, and that’s how it should be.

    By their fruits ye shall know them.

  3. gator69 says:

    Nice! Glad to know my tax dollars are going to high paid hit men, with a contract on me.

    It is well past time to defund the EPA.

    In November 2009, a dozen protesters triggered a traffic jam in an intersection of Chicago’s financial sector by laying down in a circle in the middle of the road, locking their arms together inside pieces of pipe. They were protesting the city’s climate exchange, part of a scheme to regulate CO2 emissions through permits. Ironically, it was a case of a left-leaning plan being attacked by the far left.

    After a few hours, the activists were arrested, including among their ranks members of groups like the Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO). According to an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) website, about six months later, the agency awarded LVEJO a $25,000 environmental justice grant, which was to be directed to “…work[ing] in coalition with their partners to implement 3 areas of Climate Change Mitigation…” The first “area” is to “…conduct a grassroots Clean Power Campaign in the Chicago Region to address coal power plant emissions…”

    If EPA’s grant was an attempt get LVEJO to change its tactics, it doesn’t seem to have worked. After getting the grant, a half dozen activists from LVEJO and other groups were arrested after climbing the fence to a coal-fired power plant and unfurling a banner that read: “Close Chicago’s Toxic Coal Plant.” Even amid America’s deficit crisis, the EPA has enough walking-around money to fund green radicals harassing EPA-regulated businesses in President Barack Obama’s hometown — coincidentally, the same President who spoke of bankrupting new coal-fired power plants.

    Although the rest of the nation has had to tighten its belt, that has not been the case for the EPA. The Obama Administration’s first budget increased EPA funding to $10.3 billion, a whopping 36% over the preceding fiscal year. While the President’s current budget request is down from the all-time high, it is still more than 20% over the FY 2008 budget.

    As we search for means to cut Washington’s waste, grants like the one to LVEJO should move to the front of the line, where it should have lots of company. According to the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance, there are 2,141 federal grant programs with some 109 coming out of the EPA. By the EPA’s own grant database, over the last ten years, the agency has bellied up to the bar and bought drinks for many of its friends at the taxpayers’ expense. Within the past decade, the EPA awarded or continues to have open more than 7,500 grants, totaling $3,847,160,250 to non-profit groups alone.

    While some EPA grant recipients like the American Lung Association may seem more palatable than LVEJO, many have shown themselves to be reliable reactionaries for the EPA. The American Lung Association recently came to the agency’s defense, stating:

    “Polluters and some members of Congress want to interfere with EPA’s ability to protect public health. Most Americans believe that the Clean Air Act needs protecting. We are fighting hard to prevent anyone from weakening or undermining the law or the protective standards the law provides. We are fighting to ensure EPA has the legal authority and necessary funding to continue to protect public health.”

    Exactly what kind of nefarious plans by “polluters and some members of Congress” to damage public health is the American Lung Association seeking to thwart? One of their efforts is targeted at defeating a bill that seeks to stop the EPA from doing an end run around Congress and regulating greenhouse gases – carbon dioxide – under the Clean Air Act. Money can’t buy passion like that, but if it could, the 164 EPA grants to various American Lung Association groups totaling over $20,000,000 within the past decade might help.

    Other EPA grantees grab grants of tax dollars in one hand while collecting attorney fees from the federal government with the other. Wild Earth Guardians, for example, states in its annual report that it received grants not only from the EPA, but also the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Forest Service, which, along with state, county and city grants, totaled well over a half million in 2009.

    http://dailysignal.com/2011/05/19/epa-dollars-doled-out-to-environmentalist-activist-groups/

    And that was way back in 2011. No more.

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