I guess if you disagree with The Tribune editorial board's belief in man-caused climate change, as House Environment Subcommittee Chairman Chris Stewart does, they will demean your character ("Not Stewart: Utah congressman denies reality," Our View, March 23).
The board claims Stewart is a denier of facts and scientific research, which makes him a denier of reality. They imply he shows no concern for climate change's human cost and he would callously eliminate any mention of it.
There is a big difference between questioning research and its conclusions and denying them. Stewart's position is a proper and informed one.