Dec 01, 2015

NYT's 'News' Bias Boils Over at Paris Summit: 'Why Do People Question Climate Change? -- Hint: Ideology'

The New York Times' coverage of the international climate change summit in Paris remained on an aggressive boil, as Coral Davenport and Gardiner Harris' report from France Tuesday, "Citing Urgency, World Leaders Converge on France for Climate Meeting," hit the same set of alarmist notes Davenport did in her previous story from Paris. And Justin Gillis, the paper's most alarmist environmental...

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