LA Times won’t publish letters to editor claiming climate change isn’t manmade

LA Times won’t publish letters to editor claiming climate change isn’t manmade

[Ed. note: How scientific of them.]

It’s one thing for a news outlet to advance the as yet unproven theory of anthropogenic global warming; it’s quite another to admit that you won’t publish views that oppose it.

As amazing as it may same, that’s exactly what the Los Angeles Times did Saturday in an article by editorial writer Jon Healey:

Regular readers of The Times’ Opinion pages will know that, among the few letters published over the last week that have blamed the Democrats for the government shutdown (a preponderance faulted House Republicans), none made the argument about Congress exempting itself from Obamacare.

Why? Simply put, this objection to the president’s healthcare law is based on a falsehood, and letters that have an untrue basis (for example, ones that say there’s no sign humans have caused climate change) do not get printed.

So letters to the editor “that say there’s no sign humans have caused climate change…do not get printed.”

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