San Joaquin Valley

California League of Women Voters president opposes Delta "fix"

Submitted: Sep 11, 2017
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Badlands Journal editorial board

 9-8-17

Mercury News

Opinion: Delta twin tunnel ‘WaterFix’ bad for Santa Clara County, won’t fix anything

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Westlands and Reclamation: an eternal love

Submitted: Sep 08, 2017
By: 
Badlands Journal editorial board

Westlands Water District floats like a tumescent turd through the sewers of the Trump administration. -- blj

 

Criticism of Westlands’ cozy relationship with Reclamation ramped up this year when Donald Trump’s administration picked David Bernhardt to be the No. 2 official at the U.S. Department of the Interior, which supervises the Reclamation bureau.

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The epidemic of racism upon us

Submitted: Aug 31, 2017
By: 
Badlands Journal editorial board

 Racism is a very powerful disease. It is endemic in the United States and sometimes, in moments like now, it becomes epidemic. Our observations make us skeptical about any cure for racism. Once some form of resentment has imported it into the human heart, it metastasizes to the brain, and that personality is Kaput, a waste of airspace.

Take the latest Big Noise from Oakdale, this Nathan Damigo, ex-Marine, ex-con, genuine White Man who founded an organization called Identity Evropa.

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California water politics is not a graduate school seminar

Submitted: Aug 28, 2017
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Badlands Journal editorial board

My own ideological affiliation?  “More research is needed.”  My ideological heresy? We don’t need all that much money for research if we work and communicate earnestly, and often collectively, to make research relevant and useful. -- Jay Lund is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California – Davis, where he is also Director of the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences.

 

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The Roundup Ready Swamp

Submitted: Aug 24, 2017
By: 
Badlands Journal editorial board

 8-17-17

ecowatch.com

Collusion or Coincidence? Records Show EPA Slowed Glyphosate Review in Coordination With Monsanto

Carey Gillam

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Duarte the Deep-Ripper settles

Submitted: Aug 23, 2017
By: 
Badlands Journal editorial board

Duarte said he settled reluctantly but feared a big penalty would jeopardize his family and his main business, a Modesto-area nursery that employs hundreds of workers.

“Given the risks posed by further trial on the government’s request for up to $45 million in penalties ... this was the best action I could take to protect those for whom I am responsible,” he said in a statement released by the Pacific Legal Foundation in Sacramento, a nonprofit law firm that takes up conservative causes. -- Kasler and Sabalow, Sacramento Bee, Aug. 15, 2017

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The Browns' water legacy goes to court

Submitted: Aug 22, 2017
By: 
Badlands Journal editorial board

 8-18-17

Sacramento  Bee

Sacramento County sues to block Delta tunnels – and it’s not alone

By Dale Kasler And Ryan Sabalow

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Other views on American white resentment

Submitted: Aug 18, 2017
By: 
Badlands Journal editorial board

 8-13-17

Arnold Schwarzenegger

Charlottesville

https://www.facebook.com/notes/arnold-schwarzenegger/charlottesville/10155766543359658/

 

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