Sorry Michael G. I posted my comment before reading this--Still my comment was directed at the logic of this discussion (perhaps with some "scientific" content. Kamran
On Mon, Aug 1, 2011 at 3:29 AM, Michael H Goldhaber <[log in to unmask]>
Michael Balter, and others:
There is no good reason for you to publish this on the Science for the People site. None. This list is not the place to review various claims of the left press or any other part of the press that have nothing to do with science. Please desist from such irrelevancies.
And others, please do not debate this.
Michael H. Goldhaber
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On Jul 31, 2011, at 5:42 AM, Michael wrote:
Not long ago someone here (was it Larry, Mitchel?) criticized me for making a blanket statement about how lame Counterpunch is these days, saying that I had spoiled an otherwise reasonable post. I didn't respond at the time, but should have, because Counterpunch has become so offbase and has so discredited the left recently with its constant stream of nonsense that it has become a problem and a liability. Louis Proyect has been taking these folks on lately, here is his latest post on Counterpunch's pro-Qaddafi stance.
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Last Wednesday an article titled “Lies of the Libyan War” by Thomas Mountain appeared on Counterpunch. My first reaction, even before reading it, was to wonder if Mountain was involved with a little bit of Freudian projection since most of what he writes about Libya is bullshit. But I was not prepared for this tidbit: [...]
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