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Double Standard in US Dept. of Justice?

I read an article recently titled: Guilty!—But Not Really Guilty? “A cynical public now expects any accused prominent leftist to remain unindicted, while any non-leftwing target will be indicted, convicted, and jailed—for the same alleged offenses.” By Victor Davis Hanson  March 18, 2024  I thought Mr. Hanson laid out his […]

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Is Siskiyou Daily News Gone for Good?

In a turn of events that feels more like an eerie mystery novel than reality, there’s been some buzz going around about the Siskiyou Daily News. Rumors have been swirling that this local news staple might have shut down operations. Now, I’m all for a good gossip session, but I […]

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One nation under guns

In 2023 there were 340 school shootings, 656 mass shootings and 42,987-gun deaths in our country. The basic truth about guns is that more guns equal more gun deaths  The American gun culture is the story of how the 2nd Amendment has been manipulated by a culture of acceptable gun […]

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Reclamation and US Fish & Wildlife requests billion for project in the Klamath Basin

See Interior Department Press Release at endpublishers note: The Klamath Basin restoration activities are a prime example of the Department of the Interior’s strategic initiatives to address climate change impacts, specifically drought resilience. Through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act, dedicated funding has been allocated to enhance […]

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KLAMBLOG: Sediment from Klamath River Basin logging roads dwarfs sediment from dam removal.

publishers notes: cover image by Jack Bulmer from Pixabay Estimating the weight of wet silt requires a few considerations: Density: Silt’s density varies depending on its composition, but we can assume a density range of roughly 120-130 pounds per cubic foot when wet. Moisture Content: The amount of water in the silt significantly impacts its […]

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Time to End the CPS Power Trip

The Imprint, CalMatters NetworkBy Jessica Pryce Power dynamics form the subtle backdrop of most child protective services interactions. At the very least, we should be ensuring the workforce understands and acknowledges the power that they have. Better yet, we should be training them on how to share that power with […]