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The Population Explosion is Over

The Population Explosion is Over

  By Dr. Jay Lehr & Tom Harris For thousands of years philosophers have wrung their hands because of fears about the supposed negative impacts of population growth on life as they knew it. In the 5th century BC Confucius argued that population increases would reduce the quality of life. In Ancient Greece both Plato and Aristotle […]

California Lost More Than 200,000 People to Other States in 2019: Report

California Lost More Than 200,000 People to Other States in 2019: Report

BY JACK PHILLIPS California lost more than 200,000 people to other states and 180,000 people left New York state to live in other parts of the United States in 2019, according to new Census figures. “Twenty-seven states and the District of Columbia lost population through net domestic migration between 2018 and 2019, six of which had losses over […]

California’s population growth is the slowest in recorded history

California’s population growth is the slowest in recorded history

By JAVIER PANZAR and SARAH PARVINI California’s 2018 population growth was the slowest in state history, new demographic data show — underscoring shifting immigration patterns, declining birthrates and economic strains that are making it harder for some to afford living here. The state added 186,807 residents last year, bringing the estimated total population to 39,927,315 as of Jan. […]

There are too many people in California.

There are too many people in California.

. By Richard Colman The state is starting to resemble Calcutta (Kolkata), India. California, at least most of it, should not even be inhabited.  There are too many earthquakes, droughts, wildfires, floods, and mudslides.  Housing is too expensive.  Taxes are much too high.  Hugh traffic jams exist in every metropolitan area. With 39.25 million people, California, […]

County payroll hikes stay ahead of population increases

County payroll hikes stay ahead of population increases

. Sierra County, tucked in the foothills once traversed by the Donner Party along the Nevada border, has seen its population dip 7 percent since 2010 to 3,000 souls. Meantime, though, the county’s payroll increased from $7 million in 2013 to $8 million in 2014, while the county’s top wage earner, former Sheriff John Evans, […]

For Every 1 New American Added To The Population, Immigration Will Add 7 More

For Every 1 New American Added To The Population, Immigration Will Add 7 More

POLITICALLY INCORRECT ZONE: Politically Correct Water or How I died in California

POLITICALLY INCORRECT ZONE: Politically Correct Water or How I died in California

According to the latest NOAA weather models, there is a greater than 90 percent chance that El Nino will continue through winter, 2016, and an 80 percent chance it will hang on through spring of 2016. Though no one can say with certainty what this means for California’s long term weather forecast, most scientists believe […]