Toxic Politics of Big Green Initiative: Hayden and Fonda, 1989-90.
The origins of the President Obama’s green agenda now cutting across many federal agencies can be found in substantial part in California from 1990 to the present, e.g. Big Green Initiative and its successors.
Similarly, the sentiments of Occupy Wall Street in 2011 can also […]
Arnold one year later: though Arnold Schwarzenegger gained public office through a popular appeal labeling him as frugal and moderate, his first year in office shows that he is neither, New American, The / Jan 10, 2005 [He got no better therafter]
by Roger Canfield
In the fall of 2003, Californians cast an historic vote. […]
Excerpts from an unpublished political biography of Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden.
Copyright Roger Canfield 2011
Solyndra, the Prequal,
After decades (1984-2010) in the wilderness of National Public Radio and Oakland California, in 2010 Jerry Brown, 72, was reelected, really resurrected, as Governor of California where the past is often […]
California Has Water, Water Everywhere…
[This is a shameful collection and rewrite of Tom McClintock’s thoughts on water. All errors of fact and imprudent language are mineI am Roger Canfield, a former campaign aide, a former public information officer for the California Department of Water Resources and a volunteer for the Auburn Dam Council. […]
DWR’s Northern District Helps Bring Water To Drought Stricken Klamath Basin
Klamath Mission Accomp DWR news 8 17 01
By Roger Canfield Six weeks after the Governor’s May 4, 2001 declaration of a drought emergency in the Upper Klamath River Basin, wells drilled under the supervision of the Department of Water Resources were bringing […]
DEDICATED TO ALL MOTORCYCLE RIDERS A NEW OLD LEFT RELIGION: SACRIFICES FREEDOM, RECREATION, JOBS by Copyright, 1993, Roger B. Canfield, Easy Rider Magazine Recently locked out of a park? Experiencing nature’s shrinking availability? You and your bike denied access to the places you used to go? Lost your job in the mountains, desert, or Central […]
National Review, February 4, 1972, 100.
We first read of the crisis last Saturday in the San Jose Mercury, America’s greatest newspaper (for the price). The headline read on page twenty, “Monster Snails Rampage Again.” Informed sources tell of an emergency meeting held in the paneled East Room of the White (possibly an unwise location, […]
Filling a Black Hole in History Comrades in Arms: How the Ameri-Cong Won the Vietnam War against the Common Enemy—America. Copyright Roger Canfield, 1988-2010. The excerpt below about an obscure meeting in Germantown, Ohio in 1973 is from a book on Vietnam uniquely important to current events. Today a divided American political elite has […]
Kill a Rat: Go to Jail
By Roger Canfield, originally written for California State Senator Phil Wyman
In August of 1994 a Bakersfield farmer faced a year in jail and a $300,000 fine for a strange crime, “kill a rat, go to jail. The farmer had the gall to plow his own field […]
The Care, Feeding and Preservation of Mud Puddles By Roger Canfield
The Sacramento Bee blasted away at elected officials who
might possibly vote against its pretentious editorial claims. The Bee is the PC conscience of the River City and all surrounding environs. The Bee threatened those elected officials who might vote wrongly—against the Bee–out […]