Funnily enough, the MSM isn’t picking up on this story, the one that provides proof (proof that can easily be replicated) that the Obama campaign machine is set up to encourage completely fraudulent campaign donations. The same proof exercise shows that the Republican candidates have set up their donations to block fraud.
Hmm. Obama encourages fraud for cash; Republicans do not. It sounds like a distillation of the entire Obama administration.
Incidentally, my reference to “proof that can easily be replicated” was not random. A poll came out recently stating that conservatives distrust science. Except that, if you dug down into the data that reported this “scientific” conclusion, the facts behind the study didn’t support the conclusion. Instead, the fact revealed that conservatives distrust scientists, which is a far cry from distrusting science.
Turns out that they have reason to: scientists are not trust-worthy or, at the very least, they’re not reliable:
A former researcher at Amgen Inc has found that many basic studies on cancer — a high proportion of them from university labs — are unreliable, with grim consequences for producing new medicines in the future.
During a decade as head of global cancer research at Amgen, C. Glenn Begley identified 53 “landmark” publications — papers in top journals, from reputable labs — for his team to reproduce. Begley sought to double-check the findings before trying to build on them for drug development.
Result: 47 of the 53 could not be replicated. He described his findings in a commentary piece published on Wednesday in the journal Nature.
The MSM hasn’t yet figured out that “science” is only as good as the scientists that produce it. Conservatives, however, are ahead on that curve. This may explain why the MSM is ignoring the easily reproducible facts proving that Obama is cheating.Email This Post To A Friend
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