Sarah Palin on the California Central Valley’s water issue

Jennifer Cubachi 5/2/2011

Sarah Palin spoke at South Valley College to a huge crowd and hit on the subject that is affecting many people in the Central Valley, the government imposed water drought. This drought has hindered many farmers and their businesses.

Palin understand how this is a huge issue. In Alaska, the people of […]

Delta Smelt & Undocumented Farm Workers: How Federal Policy Is Failing CA’s Central Valley

ReasonTV 1/12/2011

California’s Central Valley is a 450 mile long stretch of flat and fertile land that produces much of the food that we enjoy every day. But the people in small towns like Mendota (the cantaloupe capital of the world) are suffering these days, in part due to two federal policies.

In order to […]

Queensland floods: but at least the ‘endangered’ Mary River cod is safe, eh?

James Delingpole Telegraph [UK] 11th January 2011

This is a guest post from one of our regular commenters, Memory Vault. He’s understandably upset about the Australian floods, which may have claimed more than 70 lives. But what really upsets him is that this disaster could have been prevented. He blames green campaigners so wedded to […]

U.S. Opens Spigot for California Farms

by Jim Carlton The Wall Street Journal 3/17/2010

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced a sharp increase in federal water supplies for California’s agricultural Central Valley, further easing drought concerns in a state where El Niño rains have raised the mountain snowpack after three severely dry years.

Mr. Salazar said water allocations from the Central Valley […]