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Country for old men: little diversity in Abbott’s picks

A federal government that is composed nearly entirely of old white men is relying heavily on old white men for advice. It’s unbalanced and not in the national interest.

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Reporting both sides is not balance

Crikey readers have a lot to say about climate denialism — and our shameful media.

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The Big Oil-backed climate denier who hoodwinked Fairfax

Expert reviewer” John McLean wrote a climate denialist opinion piece in the Fairfax media — despite its papers vowing not to. Researcher Elaine McKewon asks: just who is John McLean, anyway?

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Media briefs: Devine says sorry … BBC on Mandela … Post wrap …

Miranda Devine is happy to lay the blame for most things at environmentalists’ feet, but rape is a bit far, even for her. Plus other media snippets of the day.

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Media briefs: super site … Tele typo … Q&A biz …

Tim Blair fills out a column with the same word repeated 160 times, and why you should not rely on spell-check. Plus other media snippets of the day.

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Climate deniers hurting us all

Crikey readers talk John Howard’s climate change speech and Guy Rundle’s views on a mostly Left Q&A.

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Hunt joins the climate denialist cutters and pasters

Another Coalition frontbencher has been caught out relying on dodgy claims off the internet, along with plenty of others.

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Placards not the only thing on display as the denialists gather

The gathering of climate denialists in Canberra yesterday was notable for its age and monoculturalism, and for why they remain a problem for the Liberal Party.

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No denying it — there’s denial
everywhere

Tony Abbott — denialist or weathervane? It’s hard to tell which one’s worse.

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Is The Australian addicted to Monckton’s denial?

In an article in The Australian, climate change denier Christopher Monckton tried to convince readers that politicians were beginning to ask “privately, quietly” if a supposed climate crisis was not “necessarily so”. Graham Readfearn picks through the lies and mistakes.

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McGauran: beware the teddy bears stalking the CSIRO

The more absurd elements of climate denialism normally hide out of public sight. But not Senator Julian McGauran.

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Are you now or have you ever been a climate scientist?

Accusation of criminality against leading climate scientists takes the denialist campaign of harassment and intimidation to new lows.

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We will decide how our climate changes and the circumstances in which it changes

There’s no compromising with climate denialists because they want the one thing no one can ever give them — control.

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Age shall not weary them: this is the face of climate denialism

If your average climate denialist stopped and thought about what they have to win and lose from climate change action, they might reconsider their hostility.

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