LA Times Needs To Censor Themselves

Less than three months ago, The LA Times declared that CO2 had permanently destroyed New Mexico’s climate.

Aug. 6, 2013

nowhere is it worse than in New Mexico. In this parched state, the question is no longer how much worse it can get but whether it will ever get better — and, ominously, whether collapsing ecosystems can recover even if it does.

New Mexico is the driest of the dry –

Shortly thereafter, they announced a policy of refusing to print misinformation about the climate. Then New Mexico flooded, and now the ski season is about to get off to the earliest start in many years.


The LA Times wouldn’t recognize climate misinformation, even if they were buried under it.

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3 Responses to LA Times Needs To Censor Themselves

  1. Stewart Pid says:

    60 cm to over a metre of the stuff “children won’t know what snow is” fell at most Alberta and BC resorts this past weekend and more on the way. All that the alarmists can do is frantically lie and that will surely be their downfall as even the densest libtard knows blatant bullshit of this nature.

  2. LA Times editor Paul Thornton assured us that he would not tolerate deniers “asserting a factual inaccuracy”. But if an assertion about AGW’s devastation is in the LA Times, it must not be a factual inaccuracy. Pay no attention to anything that undermines it…… e.g. NM wild horses viewed in seas of green grass ( )

    • Sundance says:

      Russell As I’m sure you’re aware, there is a new paper out using ocean sediment to determine ocean heat content during the Holocene which provides evidence that offers evidence that Mike Mann’s hockey stick wrongly removed the MWP in his hockey stick work. So if Mike Mann’s hockey stick is found to be wrong will the LAT editorial board ban him or censor him?

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