4 thoughts on “NOAAgate now has whistleblowers; House threatens to subpoena Commerce Secretary”

  1. I found a new euphemism in the article. Administrator Kathryn Sullivan says that “deliberative communications between scientists should be protected”.
    The only discernible difference between ‘deliberative communications’ and ‘conspiracy’ is which side of the door the speaker is on.

  2. +1 to tadchem’s sharp eye

    Of course, conspirative communications should be protected, or conspiracies will fail.

    In soviet-communist official mythology, the hideouts used by the gods of proletariat revolution during the pre-revolutionary dark ages were called “conspiratorial quarters”. The novelty we see in the bastion of free world today is that its elected government spares no effort to protect the “trasformationaries” and their comfortable quarters.

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