Terry Jeffrey apparently has nothing better to do with his life than cherry-pick polls and scour 40-year-old textbooks for statements he can take out of context.
John P. Holdren, the White House science adviser to President Barack Obama, wrote in a book he co-authored with population control advocates Paul and Anne Ehrlich that “ways must be found to control advertising” and that possible means for doing so would be banning utility companies from promoting increased use of energy and prohibiting “references to size, power or sexual potency” in automobile advertising.
Yes, Jeffrey somehow believes that this warrants an article. It's not until the fourth paragraph that Jeffrey gets around to noting that this appears in a book Holdren co-wrote in 1973. As before, at no point does J effrey make any effortto contact Holdren to explain what he wrote nearly four decades ago or ask if he holds that belief now, or if he actually held it then.
As we've documented, CNS under Jeffrey is not a "news" organization but, rather, a Republican opposition research group trying to keep President Obama from being re-elected.