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This article is adapted from Carl Pope and Paul Rauber's forthcoming Strategic Ignorance: Why the Bush Administration Is Recklessly Destroying a Century of Environmental Progress (Sierra Club Books) .
It's more fiction than fact.
George W. Bush may not know it, but one influential part of his government is finally taking global climate change seriously.
"The environment is probably the single issue on which Republicans in general--and President Bush in particular--are most vulnerable." So asserted Frank Luntz, a leading Republican pollster, last
A while back, in a column calling for more arts funding, I observed that a lot more people are interested in classical music, ballet, theater and museums than are interested in space exploration,
When Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman and the agribusiness insiders-turned-"regulators" who run George W.
Until there is a legitimate government in Iraq, it's unclear whether any new oil deals will stand.
While farmworkers are sickened by pesticides, industry writes the rules.
One of the greatest paradoxes of the modern era is the relationship between science and rationalism.
The stalling of the Republican-backed energy bill by a Democrat-led Senate filibuster was only a temporary reprieve.