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Life Is Too Short To Drink Subsidized Wine

Can the quality of California wine taste better than it already does? Apparently there’s a way to grow grapes that will do just that.   A farming experiment at ​​Robert Hall Winery in Paso Robles has produced grapes that, the San Francisco Chronicle reports, are “noticeably tastier” than grapes from a control block. According to managing partner Caine Thompson, the fruit from the vines that have been converted to “regenerative farming” showed “freshness, vibrancy, (and) …

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Urban bike lanes no answer to climate change ‘code red’

But not in California, where the barriers to having a constructive debate about this issue are many. They start with the huge logical gap between the state’s goal to have “eligible” renewable power sources and zero-carbon resources supply 100 percent of California’s electricity retail sales and the electricity used by state agencies by 2045, and how the environmental movement and the Democrats who control Sacramento want to achieve such reductions.   Perhaps unwittingly, a February …

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Tax The Rich To Pay For The EV Scam

On the ballot this fall is a measure that, if passed, would hike taxes on California’s richest residents to fund electric vehicle and charging station subsidies. Gov. Gavin Newsom doesn’t like it, calling it “​​one company’s cynical scheme to grab a huge taxpayer subsidy.” He’s referring to Lyft, the top financial contributor to the pro-Proposition 30 campaign. He’ll get no argument here. But from there we diverge. Newsom is not going to agree that the …

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