Choosing abundance by investing in providing the basics of life, starting with water, is the only way California can set an example to the rest of the world.
Here are two big reasons and five simple tips for effective homeschooling.
After blundering around and taking losses for a few weeks, the Russians have remembered how to wage an old-fashioned, World War II-style war of attrition.
Replacing the destructive policies of scarcity with policies that nurture abundance would set an example to the world.
Immigration most definitely should not be about a winning lottery ticket or a voucher for lifetime government support checks.
Our current oil shortage did not arise from a foreign war or tsunami, but from a deliberate policy to curtail oil production to force a more rapid transition to battery-powered transportation.
Teachers unions talk up the faux shortage as a way to get more money poured into education and the media do so either because they are true believers or just can’t resist a sky-is-falling headline.
Corporations and financial special interests have long since realized that environmentalism is a means to control markets and capital.
Shed a tear for Europe. But they got what they deserved.
While the courts have been essential in impeding Joe Biden’s immigration agenda, they should really be a last resort.
Why sanctions against Russia aren’t in America’s interest.
How is it that Joe Biden and the rest of the foreign policy intelligentsia in Washington mistake the threat of nuclear war with Putin?
If you examine the quantitative facts, with appropriate sensitivity to scope and scale, the conventional wisdom about the efficacy of conservation is proven wrong and must be challenged.
The character and culture of America have become more like the Third World.
The Abundance Choice: If Californians are serious about solving the water crisis, and achieving a diversity of water sources as a hedge against disaster, they must include desalination.
How the Biden Administration shot itself in the foot hoping to isolate Russia.
The problem of noncitizen sex offenders appears to be worsening while politicians pretend to have compassion for their child victims.
Even if political paralysis may prevent implementation of other solutions to water scarcity, California’s state legislature should massively fund the efforts of water agencies to reuse wastewater.
It’s worth remembering that everything that has happened recently—the 2008 recession and the current inflationary episodes—happened at the hands of the experts.
An examination of what Californians intended to build in 1957 to achieve water abundance, compared to how it might be possible today, uncovers some encouraging insights.