Laurie David

Still Promoting Global Warming With Laurie David

Laurie David just won't go away. As I wrote about here and here, Ms. David wrote an op-ed piece in the Washington Post about how the National Science Teachers Association rejected her offer of 50,000 copies of The Inconvenient Lie (aka Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth"). However, as I wrote about in the Fish Wrapper, she forgot to mention the true facts.

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Laurie David just won't go away. As I wrote about here and here, Ms. David wrote an op-ed piece in the Washington Post about how the National Science Teachers Association rejected her offer of 50,000 copies of The Inconvenient Lie (aka Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth"). However, as I wrote about in the Fish Wrapper, she forgot to mention the true facts.

Kudos to Fish Wrapper For Publishing Rebuttal to Op-Ed Piece

Today I have to give kudos to the Fish Wrapper and commentary editor Galen Barnett for publishing an "In My Opinion" article that I wrote. It was written in response to the op-ed piece written by Laurie David regarding Al Gore's attempt to donate 50,000 copies of "An Inconvenient Truth" to the National Science Teachers Association (documented here). My piece can be seen here.

In the course of our e-mail exchange regarding the column, Mr Barnett made an interesting comment. He said that if he had known the other side of the story as I described in my piece, he would not have published the original piece by Ms. David in the first place. I appreciate his honesty and willingness to show both sides of the story.

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Today I have to give kudos to the Fish Wrapper and commentary editor Galen Barnett for publishing an "In My Opinion" article that I wrote. It was written in response to the op-ed piece written by Laurie David regarding Al Gore's attempt to donate 50,000 copies of "An Inconvenient Truth" to the National Science Teachers Association (documented here). My piece can be seen here.

In the course of our e-mail exchange regarding the column, Mr Barnett made an interesting comment. He said that if he had known the other side of the story as I described in my piece, he would not have published the original piece by Ms. David in the first place. I appreciate his honesty and willingness to show both sides of the story.

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