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As we continue to debate the proper size and role of government in society, cast your eyes on recent polls by Gallup and Pew that found the majority of Americans felt their income tax was fair. Delving further, Pew found people prefer better government over spending cuts. But with about 40% of the FDA's ...
Political journalist Liza Gross. Credit: New York University ... I could just as easily have gone a little farther back and talked about Paul Thacker or Dan Fagin or Deborah Blum or Charles Seife or Michael Balter or plenty of others who believe the same things those two wrote. They are all deniers for hire or ...

Kloor's one-man crusade to paint environmental advocates as nitwits includes a classic of the Kloor canon: his self-aggrandizing piece in Issues in science ..... A few days before Christmas, Canadian journalist Allison Vuchnich reported that Kevin Folta helped industry coordinate a campaign to discredit ...
In 2015, all journalist Keith Kloor did was write about an industry-funded group called US Right To Know (USRTK) and their use of Freedom of Information Act requests in Nature and Thacker attacked him, essentially accusing him of being a shill for Monsanto, and got friends like journalism professor ...
Ben Harder, a journalist with US News & World Report, recently tweeted, "PhaRMA ads subsidize many health reporters' salaries." Elisabeth Rosenthal, who .... Paul Thacker wrote in The BMJ about the University of Colorado accepting Coca-Cola money to sponsor a health journalism workshop on obesity.
journalist Paul Thacker uses documents he obtained under freedom of information laws to show how Coca-Cola sponsored the conferences ... Attempting to derail the effect of the US Environmental Protection Agency's 1993 report on secondhand smoke, the tobacco industry successfully placed stories in ...

"Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology is a vanity journal that publishes mercenary science created by polluters and producers of toxic chemicals to manufacture uncertainty about the science underlying public-health and environmental protections." says David Michaels, professor of environmental and ...
These policies still allow scientists to pursue research, while ensuring that public health is not put at risk in service of corporate profit. Paul D. Thacker is a journalist and writer living in Spain. Curt Furberg is a retired professor of public health sciences at Wake Forest school of Medicine. Follow the Opinion ...
There are differing opinions in the scientific community on safety and environmental impacts. The World Health Organization, for instance, came out ... A journalist for Forbes has mused whether FOIA requests to scientists are harmful to academic research. I was shocked reading this, thinking, "We now have ...
IN recent months, the Obama administration has been locked in a battle with Representative Lamar Smith of Texas, the Republican chairman of the House Committee on science, Space and technology, who disputes the scientific consensus on climate change. After the National Oceanic and Atmospheric ...
Paul D. Thacker is a journalist and consultant to nonprofits. Supported by a grant from the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, he is working on a book about the lives of Congressional staffers. Follow him on twitter. Medical Examiner. Oct. 27 2015 11:15 AMgun Myths Die HardResearch on gun violence has made progress ...
Kloor's one-man crusade to paint environmental advocates as nitwits includes a classic of the Kloor canon: his self-aggrandizing piece in ...
In 2015, all journalist Keith Kloor did was write about an industry-funded group called US Right To Know (USRTK) and their use of Freedom of ...
Ben Harder, a journalist with US News & World Report, recently tweeted, .... Paul Thacker wrote in The BMJ about the University of Colorado ...
The email -- a screencap of which was initially obtained and shared to twitter by journalist Paul Thacker and later by BuzzFeed's Julia ...
journalist Paul Thacker uses documents he obtained under freedom of ... Attempting to derail the effect of the US Environmental Protection ...
says David Michaels, professor of environmental and occupational health at the George Washington University school of public health.

By Paul D. Thacker ... During his Senate confirmation hearing to run the Environmental Protection Agency, then-Oklahoma Attorney General ...
Paul D. Thacker is a journalist and writer living in Spain. Curt Furberg is a retired professor of public health sciences at Wake Forest school of ...
For nearly 30 years, Carey Gillam has worked as a business reporter covering corporate America, the last 17 of those with Reuters, where she ...
For nearly 30 years, Carey Gillam has worked as a business reporter covering corporate America, the last 17 of those with Reuters, where she ...
IN recent months, the Obama administration has been locked in a battle with Representative Lamar Smith of Texas, the Republican chairman of ...
Paul D. Thacker is a journalist and consultant to nonprofits. Supported by a grant from the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, he is working on a book about the lives of Congressional staffers. Follow him on twitter. Medical Examiner. Oct. 27 2015 11:15 AMgun Myths Die HardResearch on gun violence has made progress ...
Political journalist Liza Gross. Credit: New York University ... I could just as easily have gone a little farther back and talked about Paul Thacker or Dan Fagin or Deborah Blum or Charles Seife or Michael Balter or plenty of others who believe the same things those two wrote. They are all deniers for hire or ...
In Reason, science journalist Ron Bailey delves into the same topic, ... environmental activist and sort-of-science-communicator Liza Gross to once again ... Or Charles Seife or Paul Thacker, who somehow managed to place an ... on the environment, leading to an almost religious fervor over the purity and ...
Paul Thacker, an environmental journalist who reports on GMO-related issues, said he does not understand why any journalist would want to ...
Paul Thacker, an environmental journalist who reports on GMO-related issues, said he does not understand why any journalist would want to ...
Kloor's one-man crusade to paint environmental advocates as nitwits ..... As a longtime journalist like Kloor must be aware the correct term for ...
science groups call out organic food blogger Paul Thacker ... Paul Thacker, a controversial former journalist who was discredited after attacking ...
In 2015, all journalist Keith Kloor did was write about an industry-funded group called US Right To Know (USRTK) and their use of Freedom of ...
Opinion Jul 07, 2017 by Trudo Lemmens , Paul D. Thacker OurWindsor.Ca ... Paul D. Thacker is a journalist, and former U.S. Senate staffer, who first drafted the ...
Ben Harder, a journalist with US News & World Report, recently tweeted, .... Paul Thacker wrote in The BMJ about the University of Colorado ...
The email -- a screencap of which was initially obtained and shared to twitter by journalist Paul Thacker and later by BuzzFeed's Julia ...
The email -- a screencap of which was initially obtained and shared to twitter by journalist Paul Thacker and later by BuzzFeed's Julia ...
journalist Paul Thacker uses documents he obtained under freedom of ... Attempting to derail the effect of the US Environmental Protection ...
says David Michaels, professor of environmental and occupational health at the George Washington University school of public health.
By Paul D. Thacker ... During his Senate confirmation hearing to run the Environmental Protection Agency, then-Oklahoma Attorney General ...
For nearly 30 years, Carey Gillam has worked as a business reporter covering corporate America, the last 17 of those with Reuters, where she ...
Paul Thacker, then-owner of the Town and Country Barber Shop right next door ... That's not to say the environment was unwelcoming, though.
Drug prices in America are out of control. Patients now pay 25% more for brand drugs than they did in 2010, which comes out to about $44 per prescription.
... a team of Percheron horses drags off the dead bull, and at a plaza outside the bullring, the animal is further bled into a bucket and then trucked away to a slaughterhouse, butcher Javier Soto Zabalza told writer Paul D. Thacker for an article ...
Crummy suggested that her listeners should comb the web for any evidence of potential "bias" that could be used to undermine a journalist's reporting. ... Are they a member of, you know, a business group or environmental group? .... In 2005, PBS ...
"We don't want to work in an environment where every keystroke is subject to public records," the UCS' Michael Halpern said in an interview with the Associated Press.
In science as in politics, most people agree that transparency is essential. Top journals now require authors to disclose their funding sources so that readers can judge the possibility of bias, and the British Medical Journal recently required authors ...
There are differing opinions in the scientific community on safety and environmental impacts. The World ... A journalist for Forbes has mused whether FOIA requests to scientists are harmful to academic research. ... Paul D. Thacker is a writer living ...
"We don't want to work in an environment where every keystroke is subject to public records," said Michael Halpern, who oversees strategy at the Center for science and democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, founded at MIT in 1969.
"We don't want to work in an environment where every keystroke is subject to public records," said Michael Halpern, who oversees strategy at the Center for science and democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, founded at MIT in 1969.
"We don't want to work in an environment where every keystroke is subject to public records," said Michael Halpern, who oversees strategy at the Center for science and democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, founded at MIT in 1969.
"We don't want to work in an environment where every keystroke is subject to public records,'' said Michael Halpern, who oversees strategy at the Center for science and democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, founded at MIT in 1969.
Now the Sunday, 10 January, New York Times has elevated the contrary argument by publishing Paul D. Thacker's commentary "scientists, give up your emails.


 

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