- Homepage: http://scienceblogs.com/intersection/
November 2008: '“People are going to try to use the financial situation to argue against these policies,” says Chris Mooney, author of the “The Republican War on Science.” “I’m really afraid that the financial crisis is going to be used as a club to intimidate people who want to pass a cap-and-trade bill, because they’re going to argue that it’s going to hurt the economy.”'http://www.salon.com/env/feature/2008/11/08/bush_environmental_sins/index.html
January 2007: Author of The Republican War on Science.http://www.nytimes.com/2007/01/21/magazine/21abortion.t.html
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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Nov 08, 2008 Bush’s seven deadly environmental sins: How Bush made a mockery of the nation’s environmental laws and values -- and what Obama must do to get us back on track.
QUOTE: It hardly bears repeating that George W. Bush's record on the environment makes his own father look like Teddy Roosevelt by comparison. By taking environmental policymaking away from scientists, and turning it over to industry cronies, Bush has made a mockery of the nation's environmental laws and values.
Salon Jan 19, 2007 Cover Story: Is There a Post-Abortion Syndrome?
QUOTE: '...Waxman’s office investigated some of the crisis pregnancy centers and found that when women there asked about abortion’s health effects, 20 of 23 centers gave out false information. At 13 centers, this included characterizing the psychological effects of abortion as “severe, long-lasting and common.”'
New York Times Feb 29, 2004 Beware 'Sound Science.' It's Doublespeak for Trouble
QUOTE: In this Orwellian vocabulary, "peer review" isn't simply an evaluation by learned colleagues. Instead, it appears to mean an industry-friendly plan to require such exhaustive analysis that federal agencies could have a hard time taking prompt action to protect public health and the environment.
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