Sunday, December 27, 2009

Really? Seriously? Holiday Round Up

It's a slow week here at R?S?, but that doesn't mean the incredulous attacks on clean energy and climate policy take a rest. Thankfully, some of our friends have continued to expose the absurdity. Here's a round up of some of the best from the past week:

Apparently, FOX News host Bill O'Reilly thinks solar power is too complicated. (Via Tree Hugger)

Did Senator James "Global Warming Is A Hoax" Inhofe manipulate poll data on climate change policy? (Via Talking Points Memo)

Teddy bears are the latest victims in the continued assault on climate science. (Via Think Progress)

Former fake athlete Jesse Ventura takes on the "global warming scam." (Via Mother Jones)

When it comes to absurdity, Sarah Palin (R-Facebook) is the gift that just keeps on giving. (Via Media Matters Action Network)

And some good news: A new poll shows that the polluter-pushed e-mail scandal has failed to slow support for climate action. (Via National Wildlife Federation)

No comments: