Entries Tagged as 'energy policy'

The ExxonMobil Global Warming Cover-Up Story: Its first Journal appearance portrays the oil giant as a victim

November 12th, 2015 · 2 Comments · climate change, energy policy, environment, journalism, regulation

By Arthur Alpert Darn that Albuquerque Journal. I was working on an essay aimed at giving you insight into the editors’ sad assumptions that underlie the daily’s journalistic failures. And what happens? The very same editors execute a simple but characteristic political maneuver that screams for my immediate attention and yours. They did so via […]

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Standing Up for George Orwell, Citing Pete Domenici and Fact-checking The Fact-free Victor Davis Hanson

January 7th, 2015 · 2 Comments · budget policy, energy policy, Fact Check, journalism, Uncategorized

By Arthur Alpert Is a newspaper responsible for its syndicated columnists? For the columnists’ factual accuracy and intellectual honesty, I mean. It’s not an easy question. An answer in the affirmative puts a serious burden on editors. It’s time-consuming to read copy carefully and decide if it should be published as is, corrected or shelved. […]

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Skew

September 17th, 2013 · 1 Comment · energy policy, environment, journalism

By Arthur Alpert What I most admire about the Albuquerque Journal is the editors’ ability to advocate for the One Percent without trampling upon its conscientious reporters. To say the least, it’s a delicate operation. As an example, let’s consider their treatment of Kevin Robinson-Avila’s cover story Sunday, Sept. 15, on the move (national and […]

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From Downton Abbey to Fracking

February 20th, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized

By Denise Tessier For those who relished the final installment of Downton Abbey Sunday night, here’s a way to extend the pleasure a bit while still doing your homework on today’s energy questions: Read “What Downton Abbey Can Teach Us About the Future of Energy.” The story appears in StateImpact, a Web site out of […]

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