John Grant, author of Corrupted Science: Fraud, Ideology, and Politics in Science (revised & expanded), has a nice piece on why the Republicans and especially the Bush and Trump administrations have been so eager to ignore and misrepresent science, and at the same time pursue environmental policies that couldn’t be more obviously harmful to the public and to future generations.

John’s essay, “Donald Trump, Corporate Profits and the Cult of Tomorrow Morning,” appears in The Revelator (“An initiative of the Center for Biological Diversity“).

  1. realthog says:

    Reblogged this on Noirish and commented:
    ***This essay wot I wrote for the Center for Biological Diversity’s zine The Revelator seems to have stirred up some interest . . .


  2. RonB says:

    This author likely believes that fairies live at the bottom of your garden. Nothing more than ideological twaddle that helps large industrialised nations and kills people by increasing electricity prices so much that keeping warm is now a real problem, particularly with the elderly. Those with sheep mentality may enjoy it.


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