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California To Ration Water

     California has a new law that severely restricts how much water a person can use. “In 2022, the new indoor water standard will be 55 gallons per person, per day. by 2030, it will fall to 50 gallons. “… “An … Continue reading

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Oregon County to Punish Insufficiently Correct Recycling

     For some time now, San Fransisco has been monitoring trash to insure recycling and to effect “behavioral changes” on the populous. Marion County, Oregon must have looked at this and said “hold my wheat grass smoothie“: “Residents who fail to … Continue reading

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Amazon Rights

     Amazon how has rights according to a court. Oh, this doesn’t have to do with the company or to the female warriors of Greek mythology, but with the South American river filled with parasites, disease, piranhas, and disease.      The Supreme … Continue reading

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The Socialist Dictatorship of Venezuela Does What Socialist Dictatorships Do

     …repress and self-destruct, of course.      Dropping any last pretense that Venezuela cared about the “will of the people” or an semblance of a functioning democracy, opposition parties have been banned. “Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro announced Sunday that leading opposition parties … Continue reading

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Public Lands, Not Elitists’ Trophies

     A distinction long ago recognized, but increasingly forgotten, is the differentiation of public land and the government’s land: The former is the people’s who of right may use it without needing to beg for permission; the later is restricted to … Continue reading

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American Rivers Are People Too

     The Colorado River has legal personhood, according to some environmental radicals who are suing on behalf of an ever changing flow of water… “The Colorado River is about to have its day in court – and not as the subject … Continue reading

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California Considering Banning Internal Combustion Engines

     California is mulling a ban on the internal combustion engine, meaning, primarily, non-electric cars. “California Governor Jerry Brown “has expressed an interest” in eventually banning the sale of vehicles using internal-combustion engines … “Achieving a single-state ban on specific kinds … Continue reading

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Will Donald Trump Make Volcanoes Great Again?

     Quick quiz: Who is being blamed for future volcano eruptions that could devastate the United State of America? (A). An angry volcano god, pining away for a virgin (B). Xenu, our beloved galactic dictator (C). An evil, abet brilliant, supervillain … Continue reading

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Indigenous Science Isn’t

     At the so-called “March to Science” protests, one of the many examples of anti-science sentiment on display was a call for embracing “indigenous sciences“… “Indigenous knowledge and practices are often dismissed as mythology or ‘quaint stories,’ Melissa Nelson, associate professor … Continue reading

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Glaciers are People Too

     India, not wanting to limit itself in equaling New Zealand by declaring rivers to have human rights, has now extended such rights to… glaciers. “An Indian court granted Himalayan glaciers status as ‘legal persons’” on Friday in a new conservation … Continue reading

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