Kathy Shaidle

New York Times develops strange new respect for laws, ethics and stuff

Posted on November 23 2009 8:10 am
Kathy Shaidle blogs at FiveFeetOfFury, now entering its 11th year online. Her latest book is Acoustic Ladylandkathy shaidle, which Mark Steyn calls "a must-read."
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Adopting the snottiest tone imaginable, the New York Times pronounces with an almost audible sniff:

The documents appear to have been acquired illegally and contain all manner of private information and statements that were never intended for the public eye, so they won’t be posted here.

What documents? Revelations about Stalin’s famines? Classified information about wiretapping terrorists? The Pentagon Papers? That ultra-leftist Unibomber Manifesto?

Why no, you silly! They’re talking about those hacked emails between scientists that strongly suggest that, as many of us have been saying all along, Al Gore‘s highly touted “global warming” is actually the Loch Ness Monster of weather.

The emails that posit that the IPCC record of temperatures during the last millenium were based on a “crude fax”. The ones that “appear to reveal not one, not two, but three real scandals, of increasing importance.”

All the news that’s fit to print. Except when it isn’t. Clear?

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