Thursday, 18 August 2011

The Press

Hey, it worked for “climate science”

PolitiFact® Florida:

[The] ...methodology and objectiveness [of the Reason Foundation’s analysis of Florida’s proposed high-speed rail project] are suspect.  Consider:
• The author of the study, Wendell Cox, is a known rail skeptic, and Robert Poole, a Reason Foundation director whose name was on the report, served on Scott’s transition team for transportation issues.
Because skeptics can’t do honest research?

And should the same thinking apply to journalists?


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