I am strongly in favor of protecting the human, economic and environmental values of our desert communities. Therefore I support a Renewable Energy and Conservation Element of the General Plan that restricts utility-scale renewable energy projects to the five severely degraded areas identified by the Board of Supervisors in its February 2016 Resolution to the BLM: Amboy, El Mirage, Hinkley, Kramer Junction, and Trona.
This Earth Day, I hope you will take a moment to realize the impact mass immigration has on our nation’s environment. Continue reading “Earth Day”
The fraudulent nature of “climate change” can be seen in its name. It would be bad enough if the climate didn’t change by itself over time, and progressives were attempting simply to hijack naturally-occurring phenomena for their own purposes, but it’s made worse by the fact that just a few years ago, the problem was supposed to be “man-made global warming,” then just “global warming.” Once neither of those panned out, despite assurances from the scientific community, Al Gore, the White House, NASA, etc., the AGW crew had to re-invent and rebrand itself. Hence: “Climate change.” Continue reading “The fraud of ‘climate change’”
“Flashback 1985: Gov’t Scientists Predicted NYC Would Resemble Daytona Beach”
Population growth fueled almost totally by immigration is causing America to lose green spaces, forests, and farm land at a frightening pace. Congress needs to change our nation’s immigration policies before it’s too late.
Continue reading “Help save our environment by reducing immigration”
Governor Jerry Brown,
I am writing to urge you to do everything in your power to expose the United Nations’ Agenda 21 and prevent its implementation at all levels of government in your state.
Continue reading “Brown: Oppose United Nations’ Agenda 21”
I am writing to demand that you refuse to ratify the Copenhagen Climate Treaty.
Continue reading “No to the Copenhagen Climate Treaty”
With record snowfalls and freezing temperatures across the planet, this whole global warming thing is pretty pathetic. As they say, there is no problem sufficiently small that there exists a governmental solution. So, no sooner does the government attempt to put us on a heat diet than it turns out there is little heat to be had.
Continue reading “Global warming — government style”
Today we supposedly celebrate “Earth Day.” Until 1970, this day was known as the birthday of Lenin, the leader of the Bolshevik Revolution and first head of the Soviet state. Perhaps we should call it “Watermelon Day” — the day on which each of us looks Green on the outside while remaining Red on the inside.
Continue reading “Earth Day 2007”