The Delta Smelt And The Administration, December 2010.
Still in the news. Still no water. Still playing legal games with the nation’s food supply. Remember this ? Judge reverses decision on California’s Delta Smelt……… So where’s the bleedin’ water ? If you’ve not seen any of this before, here’s the bottom line on the above link: The destruction machine known as the current administration through The Office Of Information And Regulatory Policy (headed | Read More »
Got Mamey ?….. Yeah ?….. Got Typhoid ?….. Maybe.
Yes, I said typhoid. You know, the really nasty bug. Frozen fruit bars recalled after typhoid outbreak. (AP) – Fruiti Pops Inc. of Santa Fe Springs has recalled its mamey (mah-MAY’) frozen fruit bars because of a possible link to a rare U.S. outbreak of typhoid fever. The company said Thursday that the fruit bars were distributed in California, Arizona and Texas since May 2009. | Read More »
California – Bay Area – Y’all Are An ‘Oy Vey’ Test For The Rest Of America.
Hey there Bay Area…… Tsay hello to joor noo leetel phrent, The Delta Smelt Salt Marsh Harvest Mouse. What’s that ? You never heard of him ? You haven’t been paying attention to the ‘nudge’. Martinez, CA: Rebuilding a marina that will help revitalize the city put on hold due to a mouse. Salt Marsh Harvest Mice, which are on the federal and state endangered | Read More »
NAACP: We Demand Michael Jackson’s Home Be Turned Into A State Park.
www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/07/17/naacp-wants-make-neverland-state-park The NAACP, which captured national attention this week by formally condemning the “racist elements” in the Tea Party, is now supporting a California state lawmaker’s proposal to turn the former home of the King of Pop into a state park. Assemblyman Mike Davis said this week that California NAACP president Alice Huffman and others approached him with the idea of the state Department of | Read More »
Judge reverses decision on California’s Delta Smelt. (UPDATED — Fiorina v Boxer.)
So then…… where’s the bleedin’ water ?!? Two articles from The Contra Costa Times, Walnut Creek California. 1. http://www.contracostatimes.com/ci_15111860 U.S. District Judge Oliver Wanger concluded that the federal government failed to analyze the “draconian” effect that protecting salmon would have on the state’s water supply and that regulators did not provide scientific justification for their limits on Delta pumping. ===================== That seemed to come out | Read More »