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NYT on Cool It the Movie
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Somewhat shockingly, the New York Times has a positive review of Cool It, the new Bjorn Lomborg global warming movie. Says the Times: "Debunking claims made by 'An Inconvenient Truth' and presenting alternative strategies, 'Cool It' finally blossoms into an engrossing, brain-tickling picture as many of Al Gore's meticulously graphed assertions are systematically — and persuasively — refuted. (I was intrigued to hear Mr. Lomborg say, for instance, that the polar-bear population is more endangered by hunters than melting ice.)"

It's actually one of two pieces in the Times arts section today that runs counter to reflexive Times leftism; the other is a piece by Edward Rothstein defending religion from identity politics.

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Rothstein on the National Archives
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One of the bright spots in the Times is Edward Rothstein, who does a fine job of criticizing a new exhibit at the National Archives for being too critical of America. I don't know how he manages to get this stuff in the paper, but he does, and I enjoy reading it.

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The Times Goes Nativist
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An otherwise wonderful piece about a new exhibit at the Tenement Museum by one of the writers whose bylines I most look forward to in the Times, Edward Rothstein (really!), is marred by the following passage:

There may always be some resentments of newcomers. But the passionate contemporary debates are not about immigration but about how to deal with large-scale violations of immigration law that dwarf earlier examples. As for legal immigration, since 2000 both the number of immigrants admitted to the United States and the number naturalized are stunningly greater than during any other period. The country is not wary of immigrants; it is welcoming them at an astonishing rate.

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NYT on Cool It the Movie
futureofcapitalism.com

Somewhat shockingly, the New York Times has a positive review of Cool It, the new Bjorn Lomborg global warming movie. Says the Times: "Debunking claims made by 'An Inconvenient Truth' and presenting alternative strategies, 'Cool It' finally blossoms into an engrossing, brain-tickling picture as many of Al Gore's meticulously graphed assertions are systematically — and persuasively — refuted. (I was intrigued to hear Mr. Lomborg say, for instance, that the polar-bear population is more endangered by hunters than melting ice.)"

It's actually one of two pieces in the Times arts section today that runs counter to reflexive Times leftism; the other is a piece by Edward Rothstein defending religion from identity politics.

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