Governor Jerry Brown continues
to wring his hands amid the California water crisis, I offer my take on the
problem in an extended essay for Investor’s Business Daily. I’m sure the
governor’s anguish about global warming and over-population is sincere, but
those issues have little connection to the water crisis. The bottom line is
this: the crisis is the direct result of a long-term plan by radical
environmentalists to cut the water supply to San Joaquin Valley communities.
Read how they did it and what we can do about it in my essay here.
morning I was honored to attend the 2015 graduating class breakfast for Tulare
Union High School. I graduated from Tulare Union, so I enjoyed visiting with
the outgoing senior class. They struck me as bright and ambitious – I was happy
to give them a few bits of advice based on some lessons I’ve learned in my
political career as well as my personal life, and I discussed how we are lucky
to live in one of the most unique places in the world. As shown here, I had a
chance to chat with Tulare Union senior Alex Galvan, whose grandfather Ed once
worked on my staff. Meanwhile, my daughters Evelyn and Margaret got to meet
another Tulare Union graduate, Jason Oliveira from the ABC 30 Action News team.
Thank you Tulare Union for inviting me to your breakfast, and congratulations
to the Class of 2015.Go Redskins!