Skip to comments.Scientific advisor alleges administration intentionally falsified records
Posted on 03/08/2012 5:52:32 AM PST by cap10mike
From the earliest days of the Wild West, water rights have always been a bone of contention and, no doubt, the cause of more than one gunfight. Its still an issue to this day. But instead of being a dispute between farmer and rancher or cattleman and sheepherder, its now a battle between people and fish.
Two years ago, the Delta smelt, a tiny, minnow-like fish, caused a brouhaha. In an effort to save this fish (which has no commercial value whatsoever), water supplies to Californias Central Valley were severely limited. As a direct result, this fertile agricultural center was quickly turning into a dust bowl and unemployment soared to almost 40 percent. Eventually, the Pacific Legal Foundation filed suit against the federal government on behalf of the farmers and received a favorable ruling on Dec. 14, 2010, from the trial court. Since then, the matter has been winding its way through the appellate courts.
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Good question. The answer is never, of course.
Yep! I sure do get the idea! Pathetic, isn’t it?
If we are going to make the government god and science the pope, the death penality is in order for those who conspire to deceive.
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