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Friday, February 24, 2012
CNS Cherry-Picks Obama Adviser's Writings Again

Obama adminstration adviser John Holdren has long been a target of, from cherry-picking his decades-old writing to hurling gotcha questions at him. Now CNS is at it again with the former, pulling some ancient statement linked to Holdren out of some musty textbook.

This time, a Feb. 22 CNS article by editor-in-chief Terry Jeffrey claims that Holdren "wrote in a book he co-authored with population control advocates Paul and Anne Ehrlich that children from larger families have lower IQs." Jeffrey offers no evidence that Holdren personally offers this view -- taken from a 1973 textbook -- nor did he give Holdren an opportunity to respond to his smear job.

That's how desperate Jeffrey and company are to destroy the Obama administration -- and a demonstration of how thin the material is they are working with.

Posted by Terry K. at 2:23 PM EST

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