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The Democrats’ War on Science Aids Our Enemies

Sunday, January 6, 2013

Current TV

It’s an article of faith among Democrats, crystallized in the book The Republican War on Science, that Republicans are unscientific boobs stupidly opposing such established verities as anthropogenic global warming promoted by those better educated in the mysteries of science (i.e., Democrats).

Of course this is nonsense, and this week’s events prove that it’s the Democrats and their appeals to low-information voters (including celebrity and big time coastal donors) that constitutes the real war on science to the detriment of all of us.

1. Al-TV — this week Al Gore, anti-carbon fuel drum major, made a cool $100 million selling his 20% share in the failing, unwatched Current TV to Arab Al-Jazeera, owned by major carbon fuel producers. (His partner, Joel Hyatt, son-in-law of former Ohio Democratic senator Howard Metzenbaum, also benefited mightily.)

It’s hard to conclude that this $500 million Al-Jazeera purchase is anything other than a payoff for effectively hampering the exploitation of American carbon fuels and advocating openly for giving a cable entrée to this Arab-broadcasting network. Current TV isn’t worth anything like the price paid for it.

And the fact that Current turned down American Glenn Beck’s purchase on political grounds offer adds to that suspicion. Michelle’s Mirror notes:

The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that Glenn Beck’s the Blaze inquired about buying Current last year, but was rejected due to ideological differences. Current leadership told the Blaze at the time that “the legacy of who the network goes to is important to us.” Beck confirmed the inquiry late Wednesday.

 

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