Monthly Archives: June 2018

California’s Global Warming Campaign Useless?

According to Investor’s Business Daily it’s worse than useless. An excerpt. Climate Change: For more than a decade, California has won high praise from environmentalists for its stringent greenhouse gas restrictions. But a new report shows that despite the enormous … Continue reading

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Removing Obsolete Dams Helps Salmon

Great story from News Deeply. An excerpt. After chasing salmon along the southern Oregon coast for 48 years, commercial fisher Duncan MacLean has developed a strong sense of who’s who at the end of his hook. This year, he says, … Continue reading

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California, Beyond the Political Hype

This new report, excerpted in New Geography, is very revealing. The excerpt. This is an excerpt of a new report, California, Greenhouse Gas Regulation, and Climate Change, from Chapman University’s Center for Demographics and Policy. The report is authored by … Continue reading

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Homelessness in San Francisco

This story from NBC News Bay Area is sad, toxic and fixable, and unfortunately much of the same is happening in Sacramento, though perhaps not as toxic to children as few families live in the downtown grid compared to San … Continue reading

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Global Warming Predictions, 30 Years Out

Very revealing story from the paper of record, the Wall Street Journal. An excerpt. James E. Hansen wiped sweat from his brow. Outside it was a record-high 98 degrees on June 23, 1988, as the NASA scientist testified before the … Continue reading

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Wonderful News, Shasta Going Higher!

Getting closer, as this story from the Record Searchlight reports. An excerpt. After years of environmental studies, feasibility reports and stalled plans, federal officials are once again moving forward with plans to raise the height of Shasta Dam and intend to … Continue reading

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Older is Often Happier

Though off topic, this is nice to know, as this article from City Journal explains. An excerpt. The mid-life crisis is a cliché: balding, paunchy man in red sports car, frantically trying to convince himself that women still find him … Continue reading

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Parkway’s Long Term Illegal Campers Being Relocated

According to this story from the Sacramento Bee, and that is very good news, only hundreds more to go. An excerpt. They lived outdoors for an average of four years, but some of them were homeless for decades. Nearly 90 … Continue reading

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Mariposa Grove Re-Opens!

Wonderful news as reported by Mercury News. An excerpt. YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK — After being closed to the public for nearly three years, Mariposa Grove, the storied forest of giant sequoia trees at Yosemite National Park first set aside for … Continue reading

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From the Parkway to the Suburbs

This story from the Sacramento Bee about a woman who lived homeless in the Parkway for many years but is now housed in a suburban setting is both heartwarming and revealing. Heartwarming as she is on the path to recovering … Continue reading

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