ClimateWire = ClimateLiar

Pants on fire, Climatewire.

About the Heartland document theft, Climatewire reports:

‘Concerted machine’ for denial

The Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation, which is connected to the energy services giant Koch Industries, gave $25,000 last year and is expected to provide $200,000 in 2012, according to the document…

As we reported yesterday, the Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation contributed 0.5% of Heartland’s 2011 budget specifically for the groups health care newsletter — not efforts directed toward climate.

The documents showed this, yet Climatewire reporter Evan Lehmann either doesn’t care or can’t read.

2 thoughts on “ClimateWire = ClimateLiar”

  1. I love the assumption that if taxpayer dollars fund research the results are not to be questioned but if private industry funds research the results are assumed to be corrupt. Yet the most egregious examples of corruption in history revolve around those who take taxpayer dollars.

  2. Believe it or not, it’s common for corporations to hire think-tanks to investigate issues that their in-house expertise can’t handle, especially not on a third-party basis.

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