Water board required to use “best available science” to make decisions. But the last study it reviewed was published in 2011, most are far, far older. New studies refute the state’s basic premise in grabbing our water.
A boycott of In-N-Out will not help Democrats in the coming midterm elections in which liberals need to take back Congress. The last thing California needs are more people who are willing to boycott, but not vote.
To Sylvia, I’m a whiner. She might have a point when it comes to mowing the lawn. But concerning the State Water Resources Control Board’s dishonest efforts to take more water out of our region, I’ve moved well beyond whining to raging.
Over the last week, as I expressed strong opposition on Facebook to the policy of separating children from families at the border, I became truly saddened by the polarization in our country today and the rigid adherence to confirmation bias – where people simply look for information to confirm what they already believe to be true.
The State Water Resources Control Board released its plan to disrupt a century of California water law and demand twice as much water flow down the Tuolumne, Stanislaus and Merced rivers in a purported effort to save salmon. This is a water grab, pure and simple.