Ex-IMF president Rodrigo Rato arrested on criminal charges

18 April 2015

Spain, unlike the US, is getting serious about arresting bankster criminals. Rodrigo Rato, former vice-president of Spain, former president of the IMF, and former president of Bankia, has been indicted on serious criminal charges including tax fraud, money laundering, and embezzlement. His real crime apparently was stealing from the central government, and that is just […]

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Emergency drought barrier coming for Sacramento Delta

18 April 2015

California will install a drought barrier in the Sacramento Delta to prevent salt water intrusion from the S.F. Bay into the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers. In normal water years there is enough water flowing in the rivers to prevent intrusion. However, the current drought is so severe enough that, for the first time ever, […]

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US alarmed Iran supports allies in Yemen just like US does

17 April 2015

The Hill has a marvelously deceptive Newspeak article about the conflict in Yemen, chock-a-block with thinly disguised Pentagon propaganda pretending to be news. The US, you see, is Deeply Concerned about Iran sending warships to Yemen to supply and protect their allies, the Houthi rebels, and worse, isn’t even pretending hiding their actions. Unnamed sources […]

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Virgin River Gorge. Spectacular scenery, low water

17 April 2015

The Virgin River Gorge is on I-15 on a sliver of Arizona in between Utah and Nevada. It is spectacular. The river is quite low. In a normal year, where my brother-in-law is standing would be under water in April and fording it would be difficult if not impossible. The cliffs are quite amazing, especially […]

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San Diego desalination plant opening in November

15 April 2015

The Carlsbad Desalination Project will be the biggest desal plant in the western hemisphere when it open in November in San Diego. While the price of desalination is dropping, it is still quite expensive and is problematic in two ways. 1) The salt is dumped back into the ocean, adversely affecting marine life. 2) Desal […]

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Jerry Brown to Sacramento Delta. Drop dead

14 April 2015

Jerry Brown wants his two big tunnels from the Sacramento Delta so badly he now proposes build them with no guarantee the Delta will be restored or protected. I guess he figures the Delta can’t be saved if his big tunnels divert water, sending it south to big ag and southern California. Thus, Emperor Jerry […]

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Nevada drops bad-for-business religious freedom bill

13 April 2015

Hunter Thompson was right. To understand American capitalism and culture, you must understand the hyper-reality of Las Vegas. You want to bring your convention of transgendered Wiccans of color to Vegas, trust me, you will be welcomed. Especially now. Nevada lawmakers will no longer push for religious freedom bills, after watching the debacles in Indiana […]

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Presidential campaign. 18 months of escalating corruption

12 April 2015

Brace yourself. The 2016 presidential campaign will be the nastiest, most corrupt ever, filled with billionaires backing their candidates, and little or no discussion of issues. Instead, vicious attack ads with fill the air as a lapdog mainstream media reports on the horse race, and not the issues. MSM makes huge money from political advertisements. […]

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Next-gen SuperTruck gets double the mileage of existing semis

10 April 2015

The Freightliner SuperTruck from Daimler North America more than doubles mpg for big rigs. This is a seriously big deal. When trucks like this are adopted nationwide, and they will be, the fuel savings will be enormous. Funding for supertrucks was provided by the Department of Transportation, in an excellent example of how governments can […]

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Sorry disaster porn fans, California droughtpocalyse unlikely

09 April 2015

Even if California has a mega-drought lasting decades, chances are it will continue to thrive and prosper, albeit in different form, say NASA scientists. Southern California forests will morph into grasslands and shrubs, helped along by the ever-hungry pine bark beetle, something which could happen disastrously quickly. Big agriculture will be forced by cities to […]

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