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Another Global Warming Protest Hit With Snow

Another Global Warming Protest Hit With Snow

By Michael Bastasch Global warming activists should probably start planning their protests for the summer because the second climate rally — within just days of a major one in Canada — has been buried in snow. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ Student activists with Fossil Free CU have camped out the University of […]

‘Anti-science policies’ seen as factor in CA water crisis

‘Anti-science policies’ seen as factor in CA water crisis

By Chris Reed Gov. Jerry Brown’s recent executive order mandating decreased water use prompted national and international attention. All coverage understandably emphasized the state’s 4-year-old drought; some linked the problem to climate change. But a California-based journalist who specializes in science reporting based on hard evidence — Hank Campbell, cialis author of “Science Left Behind” […]

CalChamber plans another successful year of defeating “job killer” bills

CalChamber plans another successful year of defeating “job killer” bills

By John Hrabe Sacramento’s been taking care of business. Last week, viagra 40mg the California Chamber of Commerce, known simply as CalChamber, announced a preliminary draft of its “job killer” bills, an annual list of proposed legislation that will hurt the state’s business community and economic competitiveness. Republished with permission by Cal Watchdog.com This year’s […]

Unions central to Brown’s infrastructure plans

Unions central to Brown’s infrastructure plans

By James Poulos Faced with a restive constituency disgruntled by drought, salve Gov. Jerry Brown has moved to execute on his plans for California infrastructure — a boon to labor unions, but a point of contention for his political adversaries. Republished with permission by Cal Watchdog.com Train trouble As the Los Angeles Times reported, trade workers […]

New Regulations Could Make Internet More Expensive

New Regulations Could Make Internet More Expensive

By Peter Fricke Stricter regulations approved by the Federal Communications Commission could mean higher Internet bills for consumers, ask federal officials warn. When the FCC passed its Open Internet order in February, sildenafil the agency “put broadband in the same regulatory category as phone service, health opening the door for the charges,” which consumers already […]

Environmentalists face blame for drought

Environmentalists face blame for drought

By James Poulos . As California’s potent drought inspired soul searching from analysts worried the Golden State can’t grow without water, medicine politicians and officials focused on a more immediate task: laying blame for the problem. Gov. Jerry Brown has tried to set a philosophical tone, pilule cautioning that “we are embarked upon an experiment that no one […]

Break the Dam

Break the Dam

By Brynne Betz You’re going over to their house for dinner. Yep, unhealthy right now. It’s not far. No, cheap they’re just a short walk away. So you slip on your uncomfortable, stylish shoes and a sweater that goes with your outfit even though it makes you itch, and out you go. But you forget […]

California Officially Bans Hunters From Using Lead Bullets

California Officially Bans Hunters From Using Lead Bullets

By Michael Bastasch , order Environmental activists cheered the California Fish and Game Commission’s decision to adopt regulations banning the use of lead ammunition for hunting throughout the Golden State. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ In a unanimous vote, adiposity the Commission opted to phase out lead bullets, malady which hunters groups are […]

CAL THOMAS: Carly Fiorina worthy opponent for Hillary Clinton

CAL THOMAS: Carly Fiorina worthy opponent for Hillary Clinton

  When people speak of “the first woman president” they usually mean Hillary Clinton, who is expected to announce her candidacy soon. But there’s another woman, a Republican, who may shortly vie for the top job. She is Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard. The polls don’t register much support for Mrs. Fiorina, but if […]

Feds cloud pot picture in CA

Feds cloud pot picture in CA

By James Poulos . Over the strenuous objections of some California lawmakers, vcialis 40mg the Department of Justice vowed to continue prosecuting the medical marijuana industry in the Golden State. Despite a recent bipartisan federal amendment de-funding the Department’s fight against medical marijuana, spokesman Patrick Rodenbush revealed to the Los Angeles Times that “it did not believe the […]