At a time when Californians are paying the highest electricity prices in the Continental United States and when officials can’t guarantee enough electricity to keep the lights on, the decision to deliberately destroy 155 megawatts of the cleanest and cheapest electricity available is simply insane.
Congressman Tom McClintock
House Water and Power Sub-Committee
February 4, 2010.
Last week, Republicans held a listening forum in Fresno to hear directly from the people of California’s Central Valley who have been devastated by the federal government’s willful decision to turn off their water to indulge the environmental left’s pet causes.
“It is disappointing that after a year of failed bank bailouts and reckless spending has failed to produce real jobs, the President seems to be doubling down. I suppose it is human nature that the more we invest in our mistakes, the less willing we are to admit them. But it doesn’t make for wise public policy.
The Agony of the Central Valley
House Chamber, Washington D.C.
January 26, 2010
The Legitimacy of our Government Depends on the Legitimacy of the Vote
Event: Town Hall Meeting with Constituents When: Saturday January 23, 2010 Time: 10:00am Location: Oak Ridge High School-in the “Big Gym” 1120 Harvard Way, El Dorado Hills
Deficits Made in California Should Stay in California
Schwarzenegger’s Folly, House Chamber, Washington, D.C., January 12, 2010. Mr. Speaker:
California’s governor is seeking billions of dollars of additional federal aid to fill his ever-widening budget deficits.
Time: 10:30 AM
Location: 6610 Sierra College Blvd., Rocklin
Event: Speaks to Builders and Tradesmen’s Insurance Services staff about economy and health care.
Time: 11:45 AM
Location: 5438 Laird Road, Loomis
Event: Speaks to students and parents at Loomis Basin Charter School