In response to being put on a list of Top Climate Stories for 2012 for comparing climate realists to serial killers, Heartland Institute president Joseph Bast continued his habit of responding to his critics with dishonesty, deception, and hypocrisy.
More deception and dishonesty in Heartland's May 1 press release announcing results of Memo investigation
Following the unauthorized publication of confidential Heartland Institute documents by Peter Gleick on February 14, 2012, Heartland’s president Joseph Bast identified one document that he claimed was forged. Starting on February 16, […]
Heartland Institute billboard featuring Unabomber Ted Kaczynski feeds Heartland’s critics and drives away their allies and donors.
The Heartland Institute: updates on the documents, memo authorship, and another example of hypocrisy [Corrected]
The published Heartland Institute documents are now authentic, the authorship of the allegedly fabricated memo is still unknown, and Heartland’s hypocrisy sinks to new depths.
It is now T-minus 14 days and counting to official acknowledgment of the published Heartland documents’ authenticity.
Did someone associated with Heartland author the “climate strategy” memo? A recent statement intended to exonerate Heartland raises questions instead.
The Heartland Institute’s recent statements are filled with irony and hypocrisy, a point made abundantly clear by an official letter from the Climate Scientist Legal Defense Fund and by the admission of responsibility by Peter Gleick.
The Heartland Institute used the PR director’s email to deliver threats of possible legal action (SLAPP suits, perhaps) against journalists who have written about the confidential Heartland documents that were published on Valentine’s Day.