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Networks Say Nothing As Congressional Democrats Bully Climate Skeptics

Politicians send ‘chilling’ requests for funding information to academics, non-profits and corporations because of differing climate views.
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And That’s the Way It Was: In 1972, Cronkite Warned of ‘New Ice Age’

‘Legendary journalist’ and CBS news anchor shared ‘bad news’ about cold during ‘70s cooling scare.
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Snowbound Networks Devote 17+ Minutes to Climate Change

In month of brutal cold, heavy snows and snowiest February for Boston, nets maintain warming obsession.
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CBS Forgets Its Own Anti-Vaccine Reporting, Wonders Why View Gained ‘Any Traction At All?’

 ‘Evening News’ says autism link ‘discredited,’ but fails to criticize CBS role in publicizing such claims.
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MSNBC Suggests Connection Between Blizzard and Climate Change on Five Separate Shows

Cable network guests and hosts bring up climate change in snowstorm reports, although some scientists dispute connection. 
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Say What? Resolve to Ignore These Media ‘Experts’ in 2015

From the dubious medical advice of Dr. Oz, to hypocritical comedian and Occupy Wall Street supporter Russell Brand, here are five voices to tune out.
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‘Natural Cycles’ Blamed for California Drought Instead of Climate Change

When scientists blame other things, suddenly science is not 'settled’ according to media.
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Only 50% Of Scientists Blame Mankind for Climate Change In New Study

Purdue University research casts doubt on so-called global warming consensus.
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Five Years Since ClimateGate: Ten Credibility-Killing Quotes from the Data Files the Media Ignored

Climate science programmer’s HARRY_READ_ME file shows frustration, lack of training, missing data.
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Liberal Media Love Flawed Studies Claiming a Vast Scientific Consensus on Climate

Latest study had low response rate, while previous studies criticized for ‘math errors,’ ‘fuzzy’ definitions.
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