What a surprise! Four years after California voters passed Proposition 12 and due the Golden State’s regulatory burden has chalked up another win for the leftist’s who dominate the state’s politics. Smithfield Foods, who is the world’s largest pork producer, has announced they’re puling out of California by shutting down a Farmer John plant located… Read More World’s Largest Pork Producer Pulls Out of California
California needs water, electricity, and has serious homeless problems but won’t do anything to solve or fix them. This is one more reminder of why the Golden State is the Great Granola Bowl: The Land of Fruits, Nuts, and Flakes. PHOTO CREDIT: Image by Manuel Darío Fuentes Hernández from Pixabay
Western states get a lot of their power from two huge hydroelectric dams on the Columbia River basin located between Oregon and Washington. The power to southwestern states, like Arizona, is delivered by transmission lines from the dams are partially located in California. The power to southwestern states is delivered by transmission lines from the… Read More Feds Permit California Power Grab, Blackouts Possible
One would think that California’s State Water Board would preserve water for Golden State residents rather than even manufacture a state-wide drought by draining reservoirs into the ocean. But the proof is in black and white if one knows where to look and the California Globe did and it is all to preserve a rare… Read More California Water Authority Manufactures State Drought
“There is science, logic, reason; there is thought verified by experience. And then there is California.” ― Edward Abbey
Tim Pool discusses how Gavin Newsom’s policies have failed and that reflects on the Democrats. Especially in light of medieval diseases that have made a comeback in homeless encampments in Los Angeles, San Francisco and other areas of the Golden State. He does have a point that the person who replaces Gruesome Newsom could be… Read More California Gov. Gavin Newsom Faces Recall As People Flee California
The Golden State’s water problems were a crisis waiting to happen and environmentalists are largely to blame. PHOTO CREDIT: Dos Amigos Pumping Plant on the California Aqueduct By The original uploader was Elf at English Wikipedia. – Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons., CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3972420
Environmentalists sue to halt logging, controlled burns, and forest thinning efforts that can reduce the likelihood of forest fires, and when the forests catch fire, the results can be devastating. Now, environmentalists in California use the destruction from the fires they largely contributed to in order to halt housing construction so people have places to… Read More Environmentalists Weaponize Wildfire Danger in California to Halt Housing Construction
California’s rolling blackouts this summer were caused by decades of costly and poorly planned decisions to replace coal, nuclear, and gas-powered plants with solar and wind, according to some energy experts. Critics say the state’s dependence on solar and wind have made the power grid unreliable and overly expensive.
Environmental policy expert Michael Shellenberger was interviewed by Sky News host Chris Kenny and said, despite claims California’s fires are unprecedented, in fact top forest scientists in the Golden State state are all stressing the blazes are not unusual. Shellenberger was interviewed by Tucker Carlson on his Fox News show tonight for similar reasons.