Wednesday, July 10, 2013

CBC Radio's top celebrity interviewer gets overheated on "climate change"

Peter Foster:
Jian Ghomeshi is arguably the coolest thing on CBC radio. However, Mr. Ghomeshi became uncharacteristically heated during his show, Q, on Monday morning over an issue that often raises righteous temperatures: climate.

The text for  Mr. Ghomeshi’s editorial, titled “Hot enough for ya?” was a new report from the World Meteorological Organization, WMO, which claimed that the decade to 2010 was one of “unprecedented high climate extremes.” ...

... Mr. Ghomeshi is an important and influential figure, but one suspects that he did less research on this editorial than he does for most celebrity interviews.  Next time he has Al Gore on the show, perhaps he can ask him about the British High Court judgment that found “An Inconvenient Truth” to be chockablock with scientific errors.
Excellent column.


Anonymous said...

Going forward, any CBC editorial should be accompanied with a disclaimer that they will forgo any of their current subsidization so that funding can be reallocated toward whatever celebrated cause said editorial is, in their opinion, being hard done by because of the current government.

Anonymous said...

it is fascinating that people who don't believe in God think they have the power of God when it comes to climate. I wait with baited breath for them to turn the sun's thermostat down.... oldwhiteguy.

Mr. Lorne said...