NYT's Kristof Solicits a Felony in Tweet Begging for Trump Tax Return

March 6th, 2017 12:22 PM
It all started with an ignorant tweet by Vox's Matt Yglesias, who falsely claimed that "It's impressive that the IRS never leaks." The New York Times's Nick Kristof, apparently unaware or indifferent to the fact that he was simultaneously engaging in breathtaking hypocrisy and playing with fire, saw an opportunity to advertise his paper's law-subverting services,…

Global Warming Criers Trapped In Sea Ice? NY Times Blogger Says It's

January 10th, 2014 11:14 PM
On DC's NPR affiliate WAMU on Wednesday, New York Times environmental blogger Andrew Revkin complained about those conservative "confusers" taking joy in the stranded Antarctic ice ship full of hyperbolic global-warming activists. Washington Post senior editor Marc Fisher was guest-hosting on the Kojo Nnamdi Show, and he asked him to explain how "this incident somehow has…

NY Times 'Dot Earth' Blogger Draws Cartoon of Christmas Trees Tying a

December 2nd, 2013 1:20 PM
Environmentalists prefer plants and animals to humans. The latest proof? Through a panicky global-warming tweet from Think Progress blaring "Floods and heat cause mass Christmas Tree deaths," I came across a new cartoon drawn by veteran New York Times environmental reporter-turned-"Dot Earth" blogger Andrew Revkin. Revkin had several pine trees driving a car with a balding…

IPCC Draft: 'Extreme High Sea Levels' Not Assessed, But Still Consider

September 1st, 2013 10:47 PM
At the New York Times's "Dot Earth" blog, Andrew Revkin reports that "the science on a connection between hurricanes and global warming is going in the opposite direction" — as in, the evidence that the connection between human-caused global warming (overgenerously assuming that there is any) and hurricane intensity or frequency of "heavy precipitations events…

As Latest Global Warming Scare Report Crumbles, Where's the New York T

April 5th, 2013 8:00 AM
Will New York Times environmental reporter Justin Gillis offer an addendum to his alarmist March 8 report, "Global Temperatures Highest in 4,000 Years," in the face of new information that discredits the underlying data? In that story Gillis summarized a report (whose lead author is Oregon State University earth scientist Shaun Marcott) to declare without hesitation:

NYT's Revkin Calls Climate Depot's Marc Morano 'Divisive and Toxic

May 9th, 2012 9:22 AM
Debunking Nobel laureate Al Gore's favorite money making scheme is "divisive and toxic." So said New York Times writer Andrew Revkin during a talk last week at the University of California, Santa Barbara, as reported by the Santa Barbara Independent Tuesday:

Global Warming Slapfight: NYTimes's Andrew Revkin Takes on Far-Left Cl

February 23rd, 2012 7:16 PM
Andrew Revkin, former New York Times environmental reporter who now blogs at Dot Earth on nytimes.com, is in a spat with fellow global warming believers, over fraud committed by environmental ideologue Peter Gleick against the Heartland Institute, a skeptical group. Revkin’s initial coverage of the documents stolen from Heartland -- tax forms and donor lists, along with a “climate…

How Will AP's Borenstein Respond to Peter Gleick's Admission That He S

February 21st, 2012 12:11 PM
The Associated Press's Seth Borenstein, his wire service, and most of the globaloney-advocating establishment press have a problem relating to development NB's Iris Somberg noted a short time ago. Peter Gleick, described in a related UK Guardian story as "a water scientist and president of the Pacific Institute," said last week that he "obtained" documents…

Heartland Institute Warming Skeptics Victimized by Fraud But Still Bla

February 16th, 2012 1:12 PM
Andrew Revkin, former environmental reporter for the New York Times, and now “Dot Earth” blogger for the paper, showed a stark double standard in his reporting Wednesday on a batch of documents obtained by fraud from the Heartland Institute, a group skeptical of human-based global warming hysteria. Revkin even blamed the victim of the fraud for failing to condemn the previous leak…

NYT's Keller Blames Global Warming, Libertarianism, Rick Perry for Wil

October 13th, 2011 10:41 AM
Former Executive Editor Bill Keller, now a columnist for the paper, used the tragic fire in Bastrop, Texas to let loose an Obama-inspired rant against the conservative argument for limited government (and again targeted Texas Gov. Rick Perry) on his New York Times blog Monday: “Life Without Government.”

UN's IPCC Tells Scientists To 'Keep A Distance From The Media

July 11th, 2010 5:07 PM
The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change has instructed all 831 researchers contributing to the organization's next round of assessments to "keep a distance from the media."Such was disseminated in a July 5 letter from IPCC chairman Rajendra Pachauri which has already garnered some criticism from folks on both sides of the anthropogenic global warming debate.Even the…

NYT Environmental Reporter Departs; Global Warming Unmentioned in Long

December 24th, 2009 10:58 AM
(Andrew Revkin has responded to this NewsBusters story which you can read in the Update below.)The New York Times environmental writer, Andrew Revkin, has left that newspaper this week. What made Revkin's departure interesting is that in his long farewell story published on Monday, he never once mentions global warming or climate change. First a little background on Revkin's departure from the…

NY Times Public Editor Says ClimateGate Emails 'Not a Three-Alarm Stor

December 7th, 2009 5:59 PM
New York Times Public Editor Clark Hoyt took on the controversy over the "ClimateGate" emails leaked from the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia in Britain: "Stolen E-Mail, Stoking the Climate Debate." The text box: "Some say The Times has played down an important story." Predictably, Hoyt did not agree. Though his Sunday Week in Review…

Climate Alarmist Threatens NYT Reporter With 'Big Cutoff

December 7th, 2009 4:16 PM
Some climate alarmists are so invested in their beliefs and corresponding policy preferences that even a joke at their expense is grounds for disownment. New York Times reporter Andrew Revkin saw this trend first-hand when he cracked a joke about Copenhagen prostitutes, and was threatened with a "cutoff" by one of the world's leading alarmists."My lord. Copenhagen prostitutes push…