disputes the authenticity of the "strategic document" from which the quotes I used above have been taken. While the general content of the document--Wojick's writing up a set of course modules and etc.--has been confirmed, some of the more inflammatory wordings ("dissuading teachers" etc.) may be in question. I have pulled the quotes until such time as their authenticity has been established.Update: It should be noted that the Heartland Institute
Now, the heavy lifting has all been done by others in this case, but I thought I'd provide a little CanCon by noting that two of the "scientists" on the Heartland Institute payroll and Canadians Madhav Khandekar and Mitch Taylor:
Khandekar used to advise the Alberta-based Friends of Science; Taylor has been telling everyone that Canada's polar bear population is doing fine under AGW.
On another note, Anthony Watts of WUWT fame has basically admitted to recieving over $80,000.
Nothing has been picked up so far by our lethargic Canadian media, but quite a few stories in the UK and U.S. press.