Several months ago, I wrote HERE that the debate over global warming is mostly a cultural matter rather than a dispute over science.


While I stand by that opinion, I readily acknowledge that THIS STUFF also is true:


If you wonder why worldwide scientific consensus hasnít yet quashed climate change denial in the United States, a panel this week at Harvard Kennedy School offered an answer: Itís the politics, stupid.


Persistent efforts to cast doubt on a scientific certainty have their roots in philosophical opposition to big government and government regulation, expressed in a fierce, expertly managed, well-funded campaign, participants ...

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Several months ago, I wrote HERE that the debate over global warming is mostly a cultural matter rather than a dispute over science.

While I stand by that opinion, I readily acknowledge that THIS STUFF also is true:

If you wonder why worldwide scientific consensus hasnít yet quashed climate change denial in the United States, a panel this week at Harvard Kennedy School offered an answer: Itís the politics, stupid.

Persistent efforts to cast doubt on a scientific certainty have their roots in philosophical opposition to big government and government regulation, expressed in a fierce, expertly managed, well-funded campaign, participants ...

Read more