Monday, April 02, 2007

The Busheviks Have Systematically Suppressed Environmental News Contradicting Their Policies

Did anybody pick this up last week?

If so, I didn't see it...

It was on ABC. The original report says there was supposed to be a big hearing in Congress subsequent tot he release of the report on Wed, Mar 28:

Researchers for the non-profit watchdog Government Accountability Project reviewed thousands of e-mails, memos and other documents obtained through Freedom of Information Act requests and from government whistle-blowers and conducted dozens of interviews with public affairs staff, scientists, reporters and others.

The group says it has identified hundreds of instances where White House-appointed officials interfered with government scientists' efforts to convey their research findings to the public, at the behest of top administration officials.

The report is slated to be released tomorrow at a hearing before the House Science Committee, which is investigating the issue.

I wonder if somehow it didn't get lost in the fog of testimony--the majority of it totally irrelevant--in the Senate Judiciary Committee over the US Atty flap, where they're masterfully staging "show hearings' for the purpose of driving every-fuckin-thing ELSE off the front pages...

Oh, I know, I'm just a cynic...

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