This has all the characteristics of a well laid out & prepared trap…

image…This has all the characteristics of a well laid out & prepared trap…

 

Trumpcare is dead for now, but Trump’s Obamacare sabotage is going full steam

Because Trump could not repeal Obamacare, he is hoping it will implode. Sign the petition: Stop Trump’s sabotage of Obamacare

Here’s how the Trump administration is hurting enrollment in Obamacare

Reduced ad budgets. Ending partnerships. Turning off the website.

By Philip Bump  •   Read more »

 

And …Joe Arpaio … America’s toughest self-anointed sheriff thanks you for honoring his legacy

clip_image002…And …Joe Arpaio … America’s toughest self-anointed sheriff thanks you for honoring his legacy…

Sounds like the millennial’s are exercising good judgment…

…Sounds like the millennial’s are exercising good judgment…

Democrats and the GOP both have a millennial problem

Many millennials seem to be unsure about which political party has their best interest in mind.

By Eugene Scott  •  Read more »

simply be a puppet

clip_image004… It was solely “we” who chose to elect and trust Doug Ducey “to serve & to protect” us as our Governor and not simply be a puppet clip_image002for the Koch Bro$ and Trump…

implications in this article should cause you concern

clip_image002…The implications in this article should cause you concern as historically YOU (that’s you and me) do NOTCURRENTLY … have a seat or voice in this rewrite process … It is accomplished behind closed doors and you and I are excluded…

Governor’s Office proposes major rewrite of water laws

 

By: Rachel Leingang September 25, 2017 , 4:10 amGov. Doug Ducey’s office is pushing for a spate of changes aimed at altering water laws, from groundwater rules to audits of another public body.

The proposed laws have already rankled some lawmakers and the Central Arizona Project, setting up what could be a major battle during the 2018 legislative session.

 

Many of the dozen proposals focus on mundane, wonky water details, but have big implications for water management in Arizona’s desert landscape, where sound water policy has allowed the nation’s fifth-largest city to grow.

 

Ducey’s meetings where the potential new laws are being considered are not open to the public, and neither are the proposed legislative changes. However, documents obtained by the Arizona Capitol Times from multiple sources detail the proposals from the perspective of the state.

 

The newspaper waded through the water acronyms to figure out what each proposal would do. Here are just some of the major proposed changes:

smell “cover-up”…talk about “white-wash”…???

clip_image002…You really expect us to believe that UA head basketball coach Sean Miller did NOT know anything about his activity … this has a real bullshit smell to it…???

… I smell “cover-up”…talk about “white-wash”…???

…Cla$$ic “have$” vs “have-nots” … any question who win$…???

…Cla$$ic “have$” vs “have-nots” … any question who win$…???

WATER CONTAMINATION IN COACHELLA VALLEY IS PUSHING ITS MOBILE HOME COMMUNITIES INTO A CORNER

A sprawl of mobile home parks house 10,000 people in Southern California’s Coachella Valley, but their drinking water is chronically contaminated. Now some solutions are in sight

 

September is the time of year that country clubs become ghost towns in Southern California’s Coachella Valley. It’s still too hot for tee times at the valley’s golf courses with temperatures often soaring to the century mark.

And while most tourists aren’t flocking to posh Indian Wells or parties in Palm Springs, it’s the busy season for the region’s other industry: date farming.

There are veritable forests of date palms growing here—tufts of green feathery fronds poke the horizon in almost every direction. Ladders dangle from 80-foot trees, awaiting ascension by palmeros who will spend months picking most of the country’s date supply—some 44 million pounds.

RELATED: DRIVEN OUT …..ALL ALONG THE CALIFORNIA COASTLINE, CITY OFFICIALS ARE PLAYING A CAT-AND-MOUSE GAME WITH RV DWELLERS, CRAFTING LEGISLATION THAT EFFECTIVELY FORCES THEM OUT OF TOWN.

The Coachella Valley stretches 45 flat miles from the base of the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto mountains to the Salton Sea, a saline cauldron that’s slowly shrinking back into the desert.

In the journey from the valley’s west to east, Coachella’s dueling economies and realities are evident. Out here in the desert, landscaped yards and gated communities give way to dusty lots in just blocks, and the line between haves and have-nots is stark.