Well, not exactly. I did take the time to criticise an article at factcheck.org. Wisely, they don’t have a forum or comments section so you actually have find the right email address (not so easy) and write them an email – I know, that’s hard work. After some number of days or weeks pass, you’ll get a reply telling you that can’t debunk every wacko website (desmogblog.com was my first complaint) and they only debunk or fact check what politicians say in their advertisements and speeches. As you can imagine, that alone is a lot of BS to choose from and they were staying out the climate wars. Good for them. They should stay out of it.
Recently they published a debunking of a Santorum speech. He’s not my candidate. I dislike social conservatives of any religion that believe their imaginary being tells what we should do (atheists fall into the authority trap too). But, my point was that Factcheck.org had picked their authorities to follow and NAS and UN IPCC are not non-partisan authorities.
For what ever reason, the folks at Factcheck.org thought my email had some merit and they asked if they could publish it along with my name and city/state. I agreed if they would fix one typo.
And they did. Yes, they could have edited it more. They didn’t. They tossed in [spell out org name] in brackets which does make it more readable.