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San Joaquin Valley a dust bowl, while the USA has to import food, thanks to the liberals
Around 1850 in California work started in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to transport water to the San Joaquin Valley. Currently this was accomplished via water pumps from the Delta to irrigation canals in the Valley. The agriculture output of the San Joaquin Valley was two-thirds of California agriculture output. California was near 13% of the total US agriculture output. Recently leftist environmentalist went to a Federal Court to stop the pumping of this water from the Delta to the Valley, and a Federal judge ordered the pumps to be turned off. This was done to protect a two inch minnow named the delta smelt, which the communist, Marxist environmentalist claims is in danger because of the pumps. For over 150 years this fish had no problem, so just now the problem arises? This order resulted in the loss of over 40000 jobs in the San Joaquin Valley. The United States (USA) once the bread basked of the world now has to import food to feed itself to make up for the lost agriculture output from the San Joaquin Valley. The USA will be importing tainted food from Communist China, and other third world nations. The Congressman from the Valley in the US House of Representatives tried to insert a provision which would have overturned the judges order; however Democrat Nancy Pelosi and the other Democrats in the House blocked it. Their goal is to totally depress the USA in manufacturing, finance, and agriculture. Because with a depressed nation it will be easier for the ...
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management expects to begin issuing new leases for oil and gas exploration next year after the California Council on Science and Technology issued its review of "well stimulation techniques," commonly called fracking, in late August.
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — A federal appeals court has largely upheld a 2008 plan that called for restrictions on water deliveries from California's Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to protect a tiny, threatened fish.