Commentary: Brown’s WaterFix project could go down the drain



By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views

Jerry Brown is setting us up for bankruptcy by refusing to reform the pension system, he demand we spend $200 billion on a train to nowhere, $68 billion on twin delta tunnels and creating policies to protecting criminals from law enforcement.  As folks become victims, they will realize paying the highest taxes in the nation is not worth the lack of safety on the streets.

“More than three decades later, with scarcely a year remaining in Brown’s second governorship, his successor plan—twin tunnels beneath the Delta—is teetering. It suffers from declining interest among the water agencies that would have to pay for it and an apparent unwillingness of the federal government to come to the rescue.

The uncertain future of WaterFix, as it’s officially dubbed, was framed in an October report by the state auditor’s office, which pointed out several managerial shortcomings and concluded that the Department of Water Resources has “not completed either an economic or financial analysis to demonstrate the financial viability of WaterFix.”

We need to fix the economy of California.  It could be the Trump tax plan, by ending the tax credits for the high California taxes, could be the fuse that explodes the socialist economy of California.

Related Op-Ed: Commentary: Brown’s WaterFix project could go down the drain


Stephen Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.  Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant.

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