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CA lawmakers square off against drones

CA lawmakers square off against drones

Water Wars: United Water opposes Oxnard recycled water shipments for Pleasant Valley Water District

Water Wars: United Water opposes Oxnard recycled water shipments for Pleasant Valley Water District

By George Miller The letter, below, from Lynn E. Maulhardt, President, United Water Conservation District’s outlines their rationale for fighting the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Board ruling allowing Oxnard to transport GREAT project recycled water via United Water resources for use by Pleasant Valley County Water District, for agricultural purposes. As you can see in the letter, […]

EPA’s gross negligence at Gold King

EPA’s gross negligence at Gold King

Fear-mongering, pollution standards and negligence rules don’t apply when EPA is at fault By Paul Driessen             On August 5, an Environmental Restoration company crew, supervised by US Environmental Protection Agency officials, used an excavator to dig away tons of rock and debris that were blocking the entrance portal of Colorado’s Gold King Mine, which […]

The ‘Donald’s’ Immigration Reform That Will Make America Great Again

The ‘Donald’s’ Immigration Reform That Will Make America Great Again

The three core principles of Donald J. Trump’s immigration plan When politicians talk about “immigration reform” they mean: amnesty, cheap labor and open borders. The Schumer-Rubio immigration bill was nothing more than a giveaway to the corporate patrons who run both parties. Real immigration reform puts the needs of working people first – not wealthy […]

Obama administration plans more regulations — this time on garbage, landfills

Obama administration plans more regulations — this time on garbage, landfills

Having already imposed new regulations on automobiles, price planes, power plants and oil-and-gas drilling sites, the Obama administration on Friday turned its attention to garbage, proposing new rules to limit emissions from solid waste landfills. The Environmental Protection Agency plan, estimated to cost at least $55 million to implement, is aimed at controlling methane and […]

Burning Man bests perk-hungry regulators

Burning Man bests perk-hungry regulators

By James Poulos . A nerve-wracking negotiation with federal officials has been resolved in favor of the Burning Man festival, saving the organization behind the event from shelling out big sums for luxe accommodations. The controversy, which made national news, pitted festival organizers against the Federal Bureau of Land Management, the agency that has the power to […]

Vets against nuke deal launch new ad featuring father of soldier killed by Iranian bomb

Vets against nuke deal launch new ad featuring father of soldier killed by Iranian bomb

A group of veterans opposed to the Obama administration’s nuclear deal with Iran released a new ad Thursday featuring the father of a U.S. soldier killed by an Iranian bomb in the Iraq War. The ad is the second in a series of ads from the nonprofit group Veterans Against the Deal. In the ad, […]

Court weighs documents in high-speed rail case

Court weighs documents in high-speed rail case

Boxer and Feinstein push homeless vet relief

Boxer and Feinstein push homeless vet relief

Erin Brockovich: EPA must fire people in Colorado spill

Erin Brockovich: EPA must fire people in Colorado spill

Erin Brockovich, the anti-pollution crusader made famous in the eponymous movie starring Julia Roberts, says the EPA’s apology for the Gold King Mine spill “just ain’t gonna cut it” and urged the agency to “fire people” if necessary. “Yesterday, EPA chief Gina McCarthy said she was ‘absolutely deeply sorry,’” Ms. Brockovich said Wednesday on Facebook. […]