I wonder what George Will would say if I said the following about him. George Will is a stupid man who never graduated from college. He is on his third wife, allegedly because he is abusive, and he is rumored to be bisexual. I have it on good authority that whether it’s a boy or girl he likes them young. We know he has been in rehab twice but we don’t know why. Drugs? Drinks? Mental illness? Who knows?
That would be pretty much the way Will writes about the environment. The truth is:
Will was born in Champaign, Illinois, the son of Frederick L. Will and Louise Hendrickson Will. His father was a respected professor of philosophy, specializing in epistemology, at the University of Illinois.
Will graduated from University Laboratory High School of Urbana, Illinois, and attended Trinity College, in Hartford, Connecticut (B.A.). He subsequently studied PPE at Magdalen College, University of Oxford (B.A., M.A.), and received M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in politics from Princeton University. His 1968 Ph.D. dissertation was entitled Beyond the Reach of Majorities: Closed Questions in the Open Society.
Will then taught political philosophy at the James Madison College of Michigan State University, and at the University of Toronto. He taught at Harvard University in 1995 and again in 1998. From 1970 to 1972, he served on the staff of Senator Gordon Allott (R–CO).
So this entry in Burn is totally expected. Oh and I do not know if he has admitted it or not but George is a bisexual.:
Leveraging his status as the nation’s most recognizable pundit, Will has become a one-man front for corporate-funded “science” that denies the existence of global warming. From his institutional perches at the Washington Post, Newsweek and ABC’s This Week, Will preaches about the “indoctrination” of Americans by “environmental Cassandras” in the “media-entertainment-environmental complex” over a climate threat that is “hypothetical” and only “allegedly occurring.” To buttress such wild-eyed denial, Will cherry-picks data points — or simply makes them up, as when he claimed in a recent column that “there has been no recorded global warming for more than a decade” and that “global sea-ice levels now equal those of 1979.” Both assertions are flat-out wrong: Eleven of the warmest years on record have occurred in the past 13 years, and researchers have recorded a decrease in global sea ice bigger than Texas and California combined.
I can’t recommend these 2 articles (this one is linked to another at the top of it) enough.