There are plenty of claims made about “climate change,” but what should be believed? The Associated Press tried to help sort things out in totally unbiased fashion:
— James Taranto (@jamestaranto) November 23, 2015
“This individual understands less about science (and climate change) than the average kindergartner,” Michael Mann, a Pennsylvania State University meteorology professor, wrote of Cruz’s statements. “That sort of ignorance would be dangerous in a doorman, let alone a president.”
What? No Al Gore on the “fact checker” panel?
@jamestaranto 97% percent of Bigfoot researchers believe in Bigfoot
— R Thomas (@Plate0fShrimp) November 23, 2015
— Jim Levy (@TexasJew) November 23, 2015
So "fact checking" outfits inside a biased media are politicized? Wow. Who could have ever seen THAT coming? https://t.co/PPzVQUSbUD
— Mulder's Shroom Ride (@proteinwisdom) November 23, 2015
Climate crowd-sourcing https://t.co/6dSeeytQuc
— Timothy Dolan Graham (@TimJGraham) November 23, 2015
Mark Steyn had an assignment for one of the AP’s go-to fact-check sources:
— Mark Steyn (@MarkSteynOnline) November 23, 2015
What a great idea! It would provide a level of objectivity we’ve come to expect from the mainstream media.