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After flushing a trillion gallons into the Pacific, California finally gets rain

6851554027_fa3b330a50_zA rain delay for the San Diego Padres is as rare as, well … rain in California. After a five year drought that has been a financial disaster to hundreds of thousands employed in many of the Golden State’s agricultural businesses, California has thankfully received measurable precipitation as reported by the Los Angeles Times on Oct. 31, 2014.

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Killer drought: California’s man-made disaster to save a bait-fish from extiction

In the wake of the report of a governmentally labeled “environmentally friendly” ┬ásolar power farm actually scorching birds in mid-flight, the right-of-center news portal HotAir.com is reporting that the severe drought hammering California’s agricultural powerhouse Central Valley was actually brought on by environmental activists in their quest to save a bait-fish, on Feb. 15, 2014.

As the planet Earth experiences normal highs and lows in the rhythm of the climate, extra-heavy and extra-dry seasons are nothing out of the ordinary to California’s multi-billion dollar agricultural industry.

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