From 2010 through 2015, Fresno County experienced a reduction in homelessness. Recently, the trend has reversed. So, what’s changed?
As California’s water is finally guided by policies rooted in updated science and progress, those who typically preach progress are creating resistance.
The reaction to my ad that aired during the last Democratic Presidential debate is exactly what I warned viewers against: threats of hostility and violence.
California’s dams and reservoirs are sitting at historic highs. Yet, the state’s bigger water issues go unaddressed with demands for more taxpayer money.
After spending years promoting cutting-edge science as the savior of fish, environmentalists have cast science aside to support Senate Bill 1. Why? Power.
Radical environmentalists worked hand-in-glove with allies in the media to derail potential solutions by a slyly-developed attack on scientific process.
Senate Bill 1 freezes the law and regulations for air and water quality to those in effect on the final day of the Obama presidency.
Calif. voters approved more than $25bil in water funding since 1970. Now, state agencies want public input on the same issues the money was meant to solve.
Bringing all players to the table for a voluntary agreement to restore the Delta, and its rivers, is a pathway to recover dying fish populations.
California is not a separate country. It is but one of fifty states, and a failed one at that, at least when it comes to providing for the security and prosperity of its citizens.