Fake Science: Exposing the Left's Skewed Statistics, Fuzzy Facts, and Dodgy Data
What's the Only Thing More Dangerous Than Fake News? Fake Science.
We should be able to rely on the unbiased facts of science for some of the biggest decisions of our lives -- our health, our education, the wellbeing of our families. However, the Left has blatantly manipulated so many of these facts to advance their agenda and repress all debate that we are living in a world of fake science.
In his explosive new book, Fake Science: Exposing the Left's Skewed Statistics, Fuzzy Facts, and Dodgy, C-Fam President and author Austin Ruse punctures the so-called "facts" used by the Left, and reveals how poorly their version of "data" measures up to actual science.
The Left is supposed to be "the party of science." But the ferocious defenders of "science" don't hesitate to deny basic scientific facts that get in the way of their leftwing agenda. In numerous cases where the science really is settled -- when the facts of biology tell us that sex is determined by our chromosomes rather than our feelings, or that a new human life begins at conception -- suddenly they're not on board.
Fake Science is the battle plan for taking science back from the hysterical and deeply unscientific left. In the book, Mr. Ruse shares how:
- Fake science about hunger is feeding the rich -- the CEO of Feeding America gets paid $650,000 a year!
- Baseless hysteria about GMO's still traps millions of the world's poor in a vitamin A deficiency that often leads to blindness -- and even death
- Global warming is real -- and it's a good thing
- "Peer review" is a scam: cheating authors review their own studies, and research that challenges the artificial leftwing "consensus" is blackballed
- The state of California has slapped cancer warnings on a naturally occurring compound that you'd have to eat 182 pounds of French Fries every day to get cancer from
Come join Austin Ruse as he launches his new book and exposes the lies behind the "settled science" used by the Left to silence debate and advance their agenda
Austin Ruse isPresident of The Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam), a United States-based research institute that works with the United Nations Economic and Social Council and the Organization of American States exclusively on international life and family issues. He had traveled all around the world to lecture on UN matters.
Ruse was a longtime contributor to Breitbart, a founding columnist at The Catholic Thing, and is currently a columnist at Crisis Magazine. He received his B.A. in journalism and political science from the University of Missouri, and an Honorary Doctorate from the Franciscan University of Steubenville.
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