There is so much wrong with Michael Tomlin’s recent Guest Opinion to the Statesman that it would take a small dissertation to refute. Let’s just say that he does the conservative right no favor by cherry picking bits of information, mistaking political opinion as an alternative for scientific investigation, and grouping biases in unrelated issues as a proof for a spurious conclusion. When science is wrong, it corrects itself. When people like Tomlin are wrong, they just keep believing they are right.
Carl Rowe, Boise
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