More on the Frontier Centre’s faulty public sector study

Comparing apples to oranges, and choosing just the right date range while ignoring those years that might not support your point.

Also more on the think-tank’s background, and how it’s media enablers help it. This I find particularly telling, and egregious:

But the Fraser institute and its clones are popular with newspapers in Canada.  How popular you ask?  The Vancouver Sun even reprinted an editorial from the Calgary Herald attacking a response by the Professional Institute of the Public Service (PIPS) to the Frontier study.

Unfortunately, however, they didn’t even bother to print the PIPS letter on the subject.

My original post here.