The only comment I would add is the landscape had been changing long before the Europeans arrived. It is not uncommon for people of European decent to wrongly believe that land they arrived in was unpopulated except for the native savages. It made it easier for Europeans to take the land.
The DoD gravy train is coming to the end and now more than ever we need primary job creation. We'll see how the penurious conservative community responds.
If the allegations about Tim Leigh are true it does not bode well for reelection to the City Council.
Dan Malinaric always comes to the EIRP and Utility Board meetings and threatens to leave town if electric rates go up 2%. Now he's on the Drake Citizen Commission to decide the fate of that toxic pollution source.
Part of his compensation has to be based upon the profitability of the company. The profitability of the company is based upon cheap dirty coal rates. Talk about a conflict of interest! Of course he's going to vote to keep Drake. Duh!!
Eloquence is logic on fire. You have hit a bulls eye in the gun argument. Thank you.
I would have thought the El Paso County Republicans would not want to add to the deficit by lobbying the Federal Government for funds.
TejonTech, coal generated electricity will be scaled back over the next 25 years until it becomes obsolete. Wind and solar are good transition sources coupled with natural gas from Banning Lewis Ranch.
Eventually we will have to go with small safe nuclear energy plants like the ones that have been used on aircraft carriers and submarines for decades.
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