Of tweets, twits and the factually deficient

In a blogpost at Bishop Hill, a few days ago, Andrew Montford described the BBC’s Tim Willcox as: Potty mouthed, bigoted, biased. He’s probably due for promotion. Willcox is not one of the BBC-niks with whom I was familiar; but it was no surprise (considering that he’s a BBC reporter) to also learn from Montford…

CBC disables my content!

Yet another in the sorry saga of my attempts to post a comment on a post I found on the website of Canada’s “National Broadcaster”. The rulers of which seem to be copy cats of those found at the notoriously censorious BBC.

CBC’s preposterously predictable partiality

In a comment on my previous post reader “Another Ian” has drawn my attention to a video intended for Australian audiences, which is also applicable to those of us who reside in Canada (and the U.K. whose residents are continually subjected to the same mindless propaganda perpetrated by the BBC). I subscribe to the CBC’s…

Durbanfest dancers … done and dusted

I’m not sure how many voting delegates were still at the negotiating table in Durban when the dust finally settled on the Conference of the Partygoers at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) – which wrapped up its overtime session with many group hugs and declarations of success. The Press Release (ready-made…