"I wish to make World Cup history tomorrow." ~ Brazil's coach, yesterday, holding the monkey's paw—
Will Antonin (@Will_Antonin) July 08, 2014
The Environmental Protection Agency’s top climate change expert and highest paid employee was sentenced to 32 months in federal prison today for defrauding the government.
Galileo had to deal with “scientific consensus” as well.
The BBC’s Editorial Compliance unit has blasted its flagship Today programme over its failure to provide balance on a debate on climate change.
The show’s editorial team was found to have given minority views and opinions ‘equal footing’ to those of the scientific consensus.
The programme, broadcast in February during the major flooding crisis featured climate change scientist Sir Brian Hoskins from Imperial College London who was debating the issue with a founder of the Global Warming Policy Foundation, which is sceptical as to its impact.
The main complaint for made by former Green Party councillor and low-energy specialist Chit Chong who said the BBC acted irresponsibly in allowing the debate to consider the existence of climate change.
Signed into law by President Bill Clinton (D)
Sponsored in the U.S. House of Representatives (Democrat Majority) by Rep. Charles Schumer (D)
Sponsored in the U.S. Senate (Democrat Majority) by Senator Edward Kennedy (D)
Passed by a unanimous vote in the U.S. House of Representatives / 258 (D) 176 (R)
Passed in the U.S. Senate 97-3 / Y – 54(D) 43(R) / N – 2(D) 1(R)
Twitter goofs who are outraged at the Supreme Court over their Hobby Lobby decision are venting their spleens at a blog (ScotusBlog) that writes on Supreme Court issues.
Update: So Predictable