Today's Media Ethics Award goes to...

A ridiculous piece today in the Washington Post by Juliet Eilperin about those who've drawn attention to the documents from the CRU lab in East Anglia which caught the principal architects of the AGW hype manipulating the data, the peer review process and defying its FOIA obligations.
 
The author of the piece calls the evidence of AGW "unequivocal," a characterization with  which Tom Maguire takes issue:
 
What the paper fails to disclose is this:

Juliet Eilperin’s husband works on climate issues for the Center for American Progress, a global warming-alarmist activist group.
 
h/t:Cecil Turner

A ridiculous piece today in the Washington Post by Juliet Eilperin about those who've drawn attention to the documents from the CRU lab in East Anglia which caught the principal architects of the AGW hype manipulating the data, the peer review process and defying its FOIA obligations.
 
The author of the piece calls the evidence of AGW "unequivocal," a characterization with  which Tom Maguire takes issue:
 
What the paper fails to disclose is this:

Juliet Eilperin’s husband works on climate issues for the Center for American Progress, a global warming-alarmist activist group.
 
h/t:Cecil Turner