That would be Karl Bohnak, chief meteorologist at WLUC-TV on Michigan's Upper Peninsula, who calls global warming alarmism his "pet peeve" and finally got so fed up with it that he wrote to his congressman, Democrat Rep. Bart Stupak. He shared his letter in a blog post on his station's Web site:
For years as a broadcast meteorologist, I kept silent about the issue of "global warming." Declaring skepticism labeled you (and still does) as an anti-environmentalist. After former VP Gore's movie hit the big screen, I could remain silent no more. "An Inconvenient Truth" was filled with so many gross distortions and outright scientific misrepresentations; I felt it was my obligation to speak out....

CO2 is not a pollutant and it's not a problem. The problem is rent-seeking corporations looking to cash in on cap and trade and low-output, high-cost alternative energy. As your Michigan House colleague Congressman Dingell says "cap and trade is a tax, and it's a great big one." This is not the time to raise energy prices, which is what this bill will surely do. I believe the majority of your constituents will suffer adversely if this legislation is passed.
After receiving Stupak's standard constituent letter, Bohnak responded with some data that clarified some of the congressman's misconceptions. Then Bohnak addresses readers of his blog, and specifically takes aim at his own industry - the media:
Note Congressman Stupak's response on the issue of higher energy costs. He states that he wants to make sure "unreasonable costs" are not passed on to consumers. I ask, "What are unreasonable costs?" I do not want to pay ANY higher costs (reasonable or unreasonable) for a problem that just isn't there.

I ask you to look at the data. Don't fall for the line that "An overwhelming majority of scientists agree that carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are causing this unusual warming of our planet." Majority rule is not how science is conducted. If one wants to play that game, there's a growing segment of scientists that have declared themselves "global warming skeptics." Get as much information as you can, but you will NOT get it from the mainstream media (MSM). The MSM is in the business of whipping up fear (look at the recent swine flu story). Stories that the world is heading toward a precipice are right up its alley. Also, there is at least one corporate media owner (My note, not Bohnak's: this is General Electric, owner of NBC) that has a high stake in seeing this bill passed.
A subtly brave statement by Bohnak, considering his station's network affiliation. Good for him.