Ron Unz on Alexander Cockburn

The publisher of The American Conservative on the editor of CounterPunch:

Buckley’s Unlikely Heir: Remembering Alexander Cockburn (1941-2012)

“I first encountered the writing of Alexander Cockburn in the early 1990s on the op-ed pages of the Wall Street Journal, where he served as a regular columnist. Given that Alex was one of the premier radical-left journalists of our era, this highlights the unique background of the man.”  Read more

I didn’t know about Cockburn’s scepticism with regard to global warming. Nor do I know what is the truth about global warming. What is certain, however, and what in my view has legitimized scepticism with regard to some of the measures taken or planned, is the exploitation of the issue – and other environmental issues – by the dubious kind of globalists for their purpose of much more comprehensive centralized control.

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