Monthly Archives: August 2015

Single Family Housing

A very good article about it, with lots of great graphs and statistics, from New Geography. An excerpt. New urbanist utopians love to decry Americans’ love of the single family home, and to extol the virtues of a higher-rising denser … Continue reading

Posted in demographics

Another Parkway Fire

Today, right now (5:30 PM, Friday) in the homeless illegal camping area, as reported by Channel 3. This makes 13 fires in the homeless illegal camping area of the Parkway (Discovery Park to Cal Expo) since July 29th. An excerpt. … Continue reading

Posted in Parkway Fires

Hatchery Salmon

This article from Comstock’s Magazine says hatchery salmon are genetically inferior, the argument environmentalists who oppose dams have been using for decades; but the best response I have heard to that came from Congressman Tom McClintock who says that the … Continue reading

Posted in Hatcheries

California & Poverty

This article from New Geography about a new study on poverty in California is tragically eye-opening. An excerpt. Across the nation, progressives increasingly look at California as a model state. This tendency has increased as climate change has emerged as … Continue reading

Posted in Government, Homelessness

Homelessness in San Francisco

I don’t know if it is this bad in Sacramento’s downtown (I have not walked around downtown for many years) but I suspect it is. An excerpt from an article in the San Francisco Chronicle. How bad is the urine … Continue reading

Posted in Homelessness

Tent City in the Parkway

Our organization agrees with Supervisor Serna, writing in the Sacramento Bee, on the need to revisit the legal settlement that has virtually created a tent city in the Parkway. We have reports of large scale camping that has overwhelmed the … Continue reading

Posted in Homelessness

Legal Homeless Camping

This editorial in the Sacramento News & Review makes a case for it, while forgetting that laws against public camping are not meant to criminalize anyone but to maintain public order. An excerpt. In April, we asked Sacramento’s elected leaders … Continue reading

Posted in Homelessness