New England Journal of Medicine editor Jeffrey Drazen has chosen an ominous course for his journal. JunkScience.com ended the career of ex-Journal of the American Medical Association editor George Lundberg for dabbling in politicized junk science. We could use another scalp.
Another big policy win for JunkScience.com. We helped launched this issue in 2011.
I set a new standard for level of discourse in the DC Bar Bulletin: “I’m not crapping on the general notion of regulations, but the problem is overregulation.”
My op-ed in today’s Wall Street Journal.
The New England Journal of Medicine has printed letters commenting on its recent PM2.5 study (the accompanying editorial was entitled “Air Pollution Still Kills”), including a letter from our own Jim Enstrom and the Harvard authors’ response — the latter of whom apparently earned their PhDs in Mendacitology.
New from UMass-Amherst’s Ed Calabrese.
Meet the Washington Post’s expert on PM2.5… New Republic writer Emily Atkin.
You’re welcome. Read my book for how we did it.
Green zeal to condemn the Trump EPA backfires and condemns the Obama EPA.
Since July 2011, JunkScience.com has championed the view that PM2.5 in outdoor kills no one. Now that view has been adopted in the new EPA proposal to repeal the Clean Power Plan.