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Browsing the blog archives for January, 2011.

2011 SOTU: The Patriot Response – Alexander’s Essays – PatriotPost.US


“These budget debates are not just about the programs of government; they’re also about the purpose of government. … The principles that guide us are anchored in the wisdom of the Founders; in the spirit of the Declaration of Independence; and in the words of the American Constitution. They have to do with the importance of limited government; and with the blessing of self-government. We believe government’s role is both vital and limited… We believe, as our Founders did, that ‘the pursuit of happiness’ depends upon individual liberty; and individual liberty requires limited government. … Whether sold as ‘stimulus’ or repackaged as ‘investment,’ [Democrats’] actions show they want a federal government that controls too much; taxes too much; and spends too much in order to do too much. … Our nation is approaching a tipping point. … We need to chart a new course. … We believe a renewed commitment to limited government will unshackle our economy and create millions of new jobs and opportunities for all people, of every background, to succeed and prosper. Under this approach, the spirit of initiative — not political clout — determines who succeeds. … We need to reclaim our American system of limited government, low taxes, reasonable regulations, and sound money, which has blessed us with unprecedented prosperity. And it has done more to help the poor than any other economic system ever designed. That’s the real secret to job creation — not borrowing and spending more money in Washington. Limited government and free enterprise have helped make America the greatest nation on earth.”


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iOwnTheWorld.com » Blog Archive » Replace EPA With New “ESA”


The EPA should be replaced with a new and improved agency dedicated to bringing together science, technology, entrepreneurs, incentives, and local creativity to create a cleaner environment through smarter regulation. The result will be a stronger economy that generates more American jobs and more American energy while protecting human and health and the environment through smart regulations.

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Michelle Malkin » Unconstitutional: Florida judge strikes down Obamacare mandate; full decision embedded; all 47 GOP Senators sign on to DeMint repeal bill; White House reax: ruling is “odd,” “overreaching”


“Because the individual mandate is unconstitutional and not severable, the entire Act must be declared void. This has been a difficult decision to reach, and I am aware that it will have indeterminable implications,”

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After warm weeks, snow is still 108 percent in Sierra

California water

Sierra snowpack remains deep despite dry January

Posted at 03:25 PM on Friday, Jan. 28, 2011

The Associated Press

SACRAMENTO — California officials expect to deliver more water to farms and cities than they did last year despite a relatively dry January.

The state Department of Water Resources conducted its second Sierra snow survey of the winter Friday, finding the snowpack along the 400-mile-long range remains above average. That is due to a series of storms from October through December.

Water content ranged from 108% of normal in the northern Sierra to 176% of normal in the southern Sierra, even though January snowfall was just 13% of average.

In the Sierra east of Fresno, snow surveyors for Pacific Gas & Electric Co. reported the snowpack is nearly 165% of average for this time of year. They measured the snowpack in the Kings River watershed.

Surveyors said the snowpack in the area already is about 100% of average for April 1, which is considered the end of the precipitation season.

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Legislators set to fight federal land policy


“Any further land grabs not coordinated with the Legislature will be null and void.”

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Utah governor talking tough, but not calling for battle with the feds | Deseret News


Utah is “a state, not a colony” and would “not stand idly by” while the federal government usurps its rights.

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Concerning wilderness, Iron County leaders say enough is enough | The Salt Lake Tribune


Cedar City » Iron County commissioners say their area has enough wilderness. And they want the planning commission to amend the county’s general plan to reflect their opposition to any new policies that restrict development of resources in the county under the label of wild spaces.

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Assemblyman Logue to bring ‘mobile office’ to Colfax in Feb | Placer County Online


Assemblyman Dan Logue (R-Linda) will be in Colfax on Feb. 23 to assist constituents with state related issues. Staff will be on hand to answer questions or help in dealing with state agencies such as the Department of Motor Vehicles, Department of Fish and Game, etc.

“My mobile office hours will provide a great opportunity for me to hear directly from constituents and offer them help in dealing with state agencies,” Logue said. “I know firsthand how difficult it can be to deal with all the bureaucracy in California and I want everyone in the 3rd district to know that my office and staff are available to offer advice and answer your questions.”

The mobile office will be located at the Colfax City Hall, 33 S

READ MORE http://www.placercountyonline.com/2011/01/31/assemblyman-logue-to-bring-mobile-office-to-colfax-in-feb/

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This just in … Supreme Court rules on CFBF v. SWRCB Posted by: Maven on January 31, 2011 at 3:15 pm This just in via email, the State Supreme Court has issued a ruling in the California Farm Bureau Federation vs. State Water Resources Control Board: “The California Constitution provides that any act to increase taxes must be passed by a two-thirds vote of the Legislature. On the other hand, statutes that create or raise regulatory fees need only the assent of a simple majority. In 2003, the Legislature passed amendments to the Water Code by a 53 percent majority. Current section 1525 was enacted as part of these amendments. The threshold issue here is whether section 1525, subdivision (a) imposes a tax or a fee. We hold that the amendments and section 1525 do not explicitly impose a tax and, therefore, are not facially unconstitutional. However, because the record is unclear as to whether the fees were reasonably apportioned in terms of the regulatory activity’s costs and the fees assessed, we direct the Court of Appeal to remand the matter to the trial court to make these findings.”


Read the full ruling here: farm bureau v swrcb

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Permit costs suck the life out of business in Alaska

Salmon and fish

Fishing charter operators grapple with permit issues

HALIBUT: New system cuts many out of business; others pay $100,000 to continue.

Homer News via The Associated Press

Published: January 10th, 2011 07:38 AM
Last Modified: January 10th, 2011 07:38 AM

HOMER — In 1988, Steve Smith was intent on developing a successful charter fishing business in Ninilchik. In the years since, Smith has done just that. His single-boat, bed and breakfast operation has grown into Captain Steve’s Fishing Lodge, a two-boat, $1.7 million enterprise that not only keeps Smith’s family working, but also provides employment for nine full-time summer employees.

Smith’s business has been cut in half, however, by National Marine Fisheries Service’s new Charter Halibut Permit program for areas 2C, Southeast, and 3A, the central Gulf of Alaska including Cook Inlet and Kachemak Bay, which goes into effect Feb. 1.

Under this program, only one of Smith’s boats has been granted a permit. The second boat failed to meet minimum participation standards during the program’s qualifying years of 2004-2005.

Smith is one of about 300 permit applicants who have been or will be denied, according to program personnel.

Read more: http://www.adn.com/2011/01/09/1640478/fishing-charters-grapple-with.html#ixzz1CaG5kyzA

PNP Comment:  Scott Valley Protect Our Water is saying “NO” to revamped, business-destroying and or illegal Permits.  Contact us, if you want to know how. — Editor Liz Bowen

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