Past Features

May 25, 2015

Montezuma's Revenge*
Americans forced to drink from sewers?
* -- The revenge element of the phrase alludes to the supposed hostile attitude of countries that were previously colonized by stronger countries, which are now, in this small but effective way, getting their own back.
Los Angeles Times -- May 24, 2015
Turning sewage into drinking water gains appeal as drought lingers
  
   It's a technology with the potential to ease California's colossal thirst and insulate millions from the parched whims of Mother Nature, experts say.
    But there's just one problem --- the "yuck factor."

The Impact Of Illegal Immigration On California's Drought Emergency
   
 ...Think about it. There are nearly 3 million illegal aliens living in California, and that doesn't include the millions of “anchor babies” that also reside here. The number of anchor babies is hard to calculate, but the kindest of estimates puts one anchor baby per illegal immigrant, so let's set the number at 3 million. That makes 6 million people, who shouldn't even be in this country, living in California and using up our resources.
    If the government would enforce the law, the water drought wouldn't even be an issue. There would be plenty to go around. Instead, we have a massive group of illegal people literally draining our water reserves. Gov. Brown wants Californians to use 20% less water, which is approximately the percentage of the population that is illegal. Get rid of the undocumented and the problem is solved.

If You Think The Drought is Bad...
Glenn Spencer -- American Patrol Report
    Those of us who supported Proposition 187 didn't know the drought was coming, but we knew that importing poverty was a bad idea. Had the liberals not killed 187 illegally, the drought could have been managed MUCH more easily.
    If you think things are bad now, wait until the next sudden drop in tax revenues.
    The people of California will once again pay a high price for an arrogant liberal elite --- led by the Los Angeles Times.

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