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The petroyuan is coming

Submitted: Dec 22, 2017
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Badlands Journal editorial board

 The dogs bark, but the caravan moves on. -- Old Arab proverb.

 

12-21-17

Asia Times

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A water pollution event in Los Banos

Submitted: Dec 22, 2017
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Badlands Journal editorial board

 “I got railroaded,” Areias said, claiming he was paying more per hour for legal fees than he nets in two days with his farm. “It’s highway robbery. What they did to me today, I should have just let all 18 heifers die. It would have cost less money than what I’ll be paying.” -- Shanker, Los Banos Enterprise, Dec. 12, 2017

 

 

 

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Recent cogitations on marijuana in Modesto and in the state Capitol

Submitted: Dec 20, 2017
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Badlands Journal editorial board

 We don’t want to be Amsterdam, or Denver or even Humboldt County. But we don’t want to be left out, either. Editorial, Modesto Bee, Dec. 11, 2017

Following the will of the people of California, it has been -- as they used to say -- a trip watching state and local bureaucracies and hustling entrepreneurs large and small attempting to legalize the production, sale and distribution of recreational marijuana after more than 80 years of illegality and under the cloud of continual federal intransigence on the subject.

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Dear California, Happy Armageddon

Submitted: Dec 19, 2017
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Badlands Journal editorial board

 “Climate change is real,” he warned a state Senate committee. “It is a threat to organized human existence. Maybe not in my life. I’ll be dead. What am I, 79?”

Then turning and facing the packed audience, Brown continued:

“A lot of you people are going to be alive. And you’re going to be alive in a horrible situation. You’re going to see mass migration, vector diseases, forest fires, Southern California burning up. That’s real, guys.” -- Skelton, LA Times, Dec. 14, 2017

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“We’ve got a hole that we’re developing..."

Submitted: Dec 18, 2017
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Badlands Journal editorial board

Sorta sounds like the state budget. -- blj

 

12-13-17

Sacramento Bee

How dry is it? Scientist says California has only slim chance of normal rainfall this winter

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The Holy Nut and the "Interest Charge - Domestic International Sales Corporation"

Submitted: Dec 14, 2017
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Badlands Journal editorial board

 

 

As the Republican so-called "tax-reform" bill lurches forward, the Valley, specifically the Almond Industry, gives it the Ol' Valley Whine because the bill cuts the Interest Charge-Domestic International Sales Corporation.

It's going to be a sad Christmas in the Church of the Holy Nut if that ain't fixed before voting time. (For all we know, it has already been fixed, but, then, we, citizens of the nation, will be the very last to know what's in that bill.)

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The egg and the fate of the republic

Submitted: Dec 12, 2017
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Badlands Journal editorial board

 I had been asked frequently, because I was presumed to understand politics by those who want to know, to predict who was going to win in Alabama: the child molester or the Democrat. If you think that is not an appetizing question to accompany your morning coffee, I would agree with you.

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Mal de Swamp #3

Submitted: Dec 09, 2017
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Badlands Journal editorial board

 Inspector General John Roth, who left the position last week, made the case for adequate resources. He noted that, “money can always be used as a weapon to diminish our ability to conduct the active and independent oversight that Congress and the public deserve.” Peter Tyler, POGO, Dec. 4, 2917

 

 

12-4-17

POGO

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Trump's disruption of Jerusalem

Submitted: Dec 07, 2017
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Badlands Journal editorial board

 

 

 11-6-17

Counterpunch

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