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Liberals Charge Harper with Censorship, Shutting Down Climate Website

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Canadian liberals have charged Prime Minister Harper with following the lead of U.S. climate skeptics by censoring researchers and shutting down the government’s main climate-information website.  They charge Harper’s “Made in Canada” climate policy is a sham designed to cover up what they call an “Orwellian” campaign to suppress the truth about climate change.  Harper’s actions follow by about a month a meeting with Frank Luntz, the American spin srategist who counseled President Bush to “keep the public confusted” about the state of climate science.

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