California is in flames because of misgovernance, not climate change. Chuck DeVore writes:
California’s politicians, including Newsom, are waking up to the connection between forest management and wildfires, although it is too little, too late. Newsom signed 22 wildfire-related bills in the closing days of this year’s legislative session, admitting during his campaign for office that California had “Hundreds of millions of dead trees” while noting that it cost his father $35,000 to clear “a small little patch of dead trees” on his property.
The year before, outgoing four-term Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown flipped on his longtime opposition to active forest management when he signed two bills into law.
[Chuck Devore, “It’s Not Climate Change To Blame For California’s Fires And Blackouts. It’s Democrats,” The Federalist, October 30]
Wood burns. Dead wood burns better.
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