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Flooding Ourselves With Valuable Water

June 8, 2019 by


By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ Our National Environmental Policy is to let nature take its course and that is exactly what is happening with this catastrophic flooding. Blame Congress, not climate change. The dams that would stop this flooding were designed in the 1960’s but they were never built because of the 1970 National Environmental […]

Blame California’s Crazy Left-Wing Politics For Water Rationing

June 7, 2018 by


By Jarrett Stepman ~ California suffers from droughts, but the state’s government is an endless well of bad ideas. The latest absurd legislation, which Gov. Jerry Brown, a Democrat, signed into law, places onerous restrictions on water usage. California citizens will be limited to using 55 gallons of water a day now and just 50 […]

Trump Is Repealing Obama’s Harmful Water Rule. Why Efforts To Stop Him Are Misguided.

February 3, 2018 by


By Fred Lucas ~ In 2015, the Obama administration finalized its infamous “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS) rule—also known as the Clean Water Rule—that sought to regulate almost every type of water imaginable under the Clean Water Act. To its credit, the Trump administration is taking action to get rid of this rule by […]

Climate Change Australia – Flushing Money Down The Desalination Plant

September 12, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ The Andrews Government in Victoria was desperate to make Labor’s desalination plant not seem the white elephant it is. So it claimed we needed to finally switch it on to save us from water shortages in summer. And then the rain really started to fall… March 6: The State Government has […]

Climate Change Australia- Raining On The Global Warming Parade … And Into Our Water Catchments

July 22, 2012 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ When they drained, nearly every Age report on our dams mentioned global warming. Now that they fill, not a peep: SOPPING catchments are replenishing Victoria’s dams at a phenomenal rate, with Melbourne’s water storages likely to top 80 per cent of capacity by year’s end – their highest level in 15 […]

Dams Filled By Rains Flannery Never Saw Coming

October 12, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt This article needs some background for the correct context. Barely two years ago, the total water in all the 20 to 25 dams that provide the water supply for all South East Queensland were at around 16% capacity. We were told that this level was to be the level we would have […]

Heat Goes Out Of Warming

August 16, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt If people really did believe the end of the world, was nigh you’d think more would do something about it: MORE than 40,000 turned up in 2006, but just 10,000 people participated in the Walk Against Warming, an annual march through (Sydney) to protest against government inaction on climate change. Pepe Clarke, […]

Genius Green Schemes: Higher Bills And Water Tipped Into Rivers

August 14, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt The cut and thrust of the election campaign gathers steam as it approaches election day, only one week away now. Each side promises things they will have difficulty delivering, and each side then uses negative attack ads to shoot down what the other side proposes. One thing that is slowly bubbling to […]

Huge New Dam Project Moves At Snails Pace, Literally

July 23, 2009 by


Read this story from Queensland in Australia, and promise me you won’t burst out laughing. Sometimes, I just feel so proud that I’m a menber of the human race. I mean, we have compassion. We look out for others who are not as fortunate as we are. We provide the voice for those who have […]

Water – The Next Target For Environmentalists (Part 2)

September 16, 2008 by


The Global Warming Climate Change debate is pretty big here in Australia and has been for some time now, bubbling under as one of the hot button items that people are following. One of the big things about this argument is the health of the Murray Darling River basin. In the big scheme of things, […]