Update on the environmental number-smudger

It seems our family man Cooney has already found a new job for the fall. Josh Marshall reports: "Canned for falsifying data about global warming? Or just reporting back to central command after an assignment in the field? The lede from AP: 'A former White House official and one-time oil industry lobbyist whose editing of government reports on climate change prompted criticism from environmentalists will join Exxon Mobil Corp., the oil company said Tuesday.'" Who won the bet over at Gristmill? (Talking Points Memo)

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