People who teach reality-based subjects shouldn't have to welcome Republican fiction as fact.
The beatings will continue in Missouri until morale improves.
Oh, to be the fly on the wall....
Last week on John Stossel's FOX Business program, Jay Lehr called EPA activity to control pollution "fraudulent." Lehr works for The Heartland Institute.
It's nice to know there are still judges who can resist the fake statistics of wingnut 'stink tanks.'
The billionaire-funded think tank's stunt proves it's less interested in scholarship than it is in scoring points.
This is a sad, sad attempt to continue what Heartland does best on climate change: say anything but the truth.
Watch Climate of Doubt on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE. If you think Mitt Romney’s recent threats against PBS were actually about budgets or Big Bird, think again. The reason the right hates PBS is that sometimes it commits the
Climate-Change Deniers Smear Their Foes With A Groundless Terrorism Link. Here's One That's Not So Groundless
A little turnabout for the Heartland Institute. Right-wingers never seem to understand why people get perturbed when they helpfully compare whatever liberal cause they oppose to Nazis, Hitler, Communists, and that ol' standby, Satan. This
Fox Nuclear 'Experts' Sound Just Like J. Frank Parnell: 'Ra-di-a-tion. Yes, Indeed. You Hear The Most Outrageous Lies About It.'
Not only is Fox News now racing to promote the narrative that the meltdown the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan, in the wake of this week's killer earthquake and tsunamis, is really nothing for anyone (and especially not Americans!) to worry
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