Assemblyman Jim Patterson of Fresno, CA writes that overgrown forests and a political mandate for wind and solar power over natural gas and hydroelectric is stretching California’s electricity grid to the max.
A new study says Fresno, CA is among the worst cities for immigrants to become naturialized citizens. Don Riding, who once led the U.S. immigration services office in Fresno, says the study had several flaws.
When The Bee reported on this subject of behavior guidelines at Fresno State in its Dec. 28 issue, I felt like I was in a “time warp ” and the campus was heading into an academician’s nightmare as some of us professors did in 1968.
Maria Echaveste of t he Center for Latin American Studies at UC Berkeley says the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint should be allowed so low-income Californians have access to 5G internet technology.
Editor’s note: The Bee invited Fresno-area congressmen to share their views on President Trump’s push to get $5 billion to build a border wall. Democrats Jim Costa and TJ Cox took up the offer. Republican Devin Nunes did not respond.
Thanks to a special tax, California has a hefty amount of money to start building homes for people who are seriously mentally ill. Some revisions to other laws are needed to make the effort to help such people truly effective.
A tuxedoed man representing American Bridge, a Democratic super PAC, tries to give Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Tulare, a "Corrupties" trophy as the congressman approaches his Washington, D.C. office on Wednesday, Jan. 17.