Month: April 2015

California’s Water Problem

by Walter Williams, Human Events Californians are experiencing their third year of drought. Headlines read: “Current California Drought Is Driest In State’s History; Scientists Fear ‘Megadroughts’ On Their Way.” “Global Warming Upped Heat Driving California’s Drought.” Then there are scientific claims such as, “There’s a rapidly growing body of scientific research finding that California is in …

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Thanks to Legislators who passed the Compact

by Ken Cornelius, ​Ronan, MT​ In many ways the passage of the CSKT Water Compact is proof of the effectiveness of our legislative process. After the failure of the 2013 Compact, members of the legislature, along with tribal members, irrigators, farmers, ranchers, and stakeholders from across the state joined forces to find a workable solution …

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The Whitehouse-White House inquisition

by Paul Driessen Senator Sheldon Whitehouse recently had a Huff-Po tantrum. The Rhode Island Democrat was miffed that people criticized him and equally liberal Senate colleagues Barbara Boxer (CA) and Ed Markey (MA) for attacking skeptics of dangerous manmade climate change like Spanish Inquisition tormentors. He says the skeptic community’s “overheated” response mischaracterized their motives …

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AGW theory and Fukushima nuclear disaster

by Kyoji Kimoto  The AGW theory of the IPCC was established by Dr. S. Manabe (NOAA GFDL in Princeton University) and Dr. J. Hansen (NASA GISS, Columbia University). It is theoretically failed due to the three Errors as shown below. Manabe and Hansen will be in a difficult situation when global cooling will occur with …

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Who infiltrated the John Birch Society?

by Ken Quinn, Convention of States In a recent article entitled “Falsehoods Mark the Campaign for a Constitutional Convention,” the John Birch Society (JBS) President John McManus, paints a picture of longstanding, consistent JBS opposition to the use of Article V’s convention mechanism. He states: “For one excellent reason, The John Birch Society has always …

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Catch the 36-year pass

Here’s my 2-minute presentation to the HJ Committee on April 11. This is the big picture of the Compact. If you don’t get it then Tea Party “smart dust” has turned your brain into a goverment-controlled machine. – Ed by Dr. Ed Berry Catch the 36-year pass. We are in the 1970’s. The federal government is helping …

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Good bye, Montana … your Tea Party killed you

by Dr. Ed Berry This is the story of how Montana’s Compact Commission protected Montana’s Flathead Valley water from calls by Idaho, Oregon, and Washington by assigning this water to the CSKT with an agreement by the CSKT to not call this water. This is the story of how Montana’s evangelical Tea Party legislators killed the Compact, …

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Water Compact Denier

 They won’t let me modify the negotiated Compact. It’s unconstitutional. I can’t vote for an unconstitutional bill even if it would be good for Montana. I know, all the professional compact attorneys say it’s constitutional but I don’t trust attorneys. I can interpret the Hellgate treaty and all its case law better than any attorney. I don’t …

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Compact Opponents Exposed

by Dr. Ed Berry But the reality is today’s conservatives are not being led by those with intelligence; they are being led by those who repeat the never-ending mantra of the Tea Party’s fear-mongering – which is increasingly accepted as being the hallmark of a true conservative. – Tom Muri, Daily Inter Lake, April 5, …

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The Four Faces of the Republican Party

by Dr. Ed Berry Henry Olsen of the Ethics and Public Policy Center wrote an insightful article “The Four Faces of the Republican Party” in February 2014. His review of the national Republican Party helps us understand the Montana Republican Party. According to Olsen, Republicans fall into “four rough camps,” with approximate composition shown in parentheses: Somewhat …

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