In July, a judge ruled that the British government’s decision to send Al Gore’s Inconvenient Truth documentary to 3,500 English secondary schools did not constitute political indoctrination of children. British citizen and fun-name owner Stewart Dimmock disagrees, and is suing his government to quash the dastardly distribution. Dimmock claims the “irredeemable” film contains “serious inaccuracies” and “misrepresentations”; that “the majority of the arguments are false, or falsely exaggerated”; that the movie is aimed at “scaring children into a particular point of view”; and that, by his calculations, An Inconvenient Truth is “just over half scientific material, 30 percent pure politics and about 20 percent sentimental mush.” All of which we heartily pooh-pooh — except maybe the mush part.