Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the environmentalist from America's star-crossed political dynasty, was probably just looking for an excuse to bash Prime Minister Stephen Harper in his latest contribution to the Huffington Post.
"Harper, often referred to as 'George W. Bush's Mini Me,' is known for having mounted a Bush-like war on government scientists, data collectors, transparency, and enlightenment in general," wrote Kennedy. "He is a wizard of all the familiar tools of demagoguery; false patriotism, bigotry, fear, selfishness and belligerent religiosity."
But in the effort to further this point, Kennedy presented information that was more "false or misleading" than the developments he attempted to explain to a primarily U.S. readership with a dubious exclamation: "Fox News will not be moving into Canada after all!"
The story that the president of the Waterkeeper Alliance was trying to wrap his argument around involved the decision by a House of Commons heritage committee to drop its studyRead More »from Robert F. Kennedy Jr. accused of publishing ‘false or misleading’ news about Canada