Lee Cary: AT Readers Asked to Poll Senators on Climategate
American Thinker and Conservative HQ readers are invited to poll their U.S. Senators concerning their reactions to Climategate.
Recently, AT contacted the press offices of GOP Senators DeMint, Graham, McConnell, Hutchison, and McCain and posted their statements, or more accurately their absence of statements, on Climategate. A posting of Senator Thune's position is awaiting the transcript of an audio tape his press office submitted to AT wherein Thune was the first Senator we've queried to date who has addressed the issue. He said that the "the advocates of climate change suppressing dissenting opinions" is "inexcusable." More from Thune's statement will be posted as soon as the transcript is available.
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US News - "The GOP fight between moderates and conservatives has now spread to the late William F. Buckley's conservative bible, National Review. Conservative elites like David Keene, chairman of the American Conservative Union, and former Bush speechwriter Matt Latimer, who ripped moderates in Speech-less: Tales of a White House Survivor, charge that National Review has sold out its conservative principles to get cozy with GOP leadership."
Democrats Criminalizing Dissent
Hot Air - Democrats Diane Feinstein and Dick "Turbin" Durbin-who have long been the Dems' official trial-ballon-floaters for assaults on free speech like the "Fairness Doctrine"-are proposing an amendment to a Senate Bill (S.448) clarifying the press shield law.
And it's aimed squarely at citizen journalists like you and I.
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