To solve the California or world drought problem, tax dollars should be spent on the drought, not climate change.
I remember in February 2014 when President Obama came to California to address the drought. He used it as an excuse to allocate $1.5 billion taxpayer money for climate change. Half a billion went to welfare for California farmers and the other $1 billion went to counter the effects of climate change.
Whether you are pro or against illegal immigration, you can’t be too happy about your tax dollars used on one hand to deport them and on the other hand to defend them. Health, fire, police protection and street repairs in cities and counties in California often have funding problems. They then find ways of increasing taxes. Now, tax dollars are being proposed to defend those who broke the law. Other cities and counties throughout the US are following suit.
Los Angeles city and county leaders on Monday unveiled a $10-million fund to provide legal assistance for residents facing deportation, the region’s boldest move yet as it prepares for an expected crackdown on illegal immigration by Donald Trump. If approved by lawmakers, Los Angeles’ two top government agencies could find themselves in the position of using public funds to challenge policies sought by the White House and Republican Congress.