Be Nice to California – Lab Grown Meat
Shush! L.A. Times Editor Asks “Departees” Not to Criticize California on Their Way Out
In an editorial fit for The Onion or the Babylon Bee, Los Angeles Times’ letters editor Paul Thornton wrote a column this week entitled “If you want to leave, fine. But don’t insult California on the way out.” The column acknowledges an exodus from the state, but sees the problem as former Californians sharing their experiences about what drove them from the Golden State. It is like Captain William Bligh asking the mutinous crew of the Bounty for a reference as they head for the lifeboats.
Thornton wrote that “more than 800,000 Californians moved away in 2022, and many thousands more left last year. Often, the departees, cash in hand from the sale of their $1-million bungalows, feel the need to express disdain for their home state, and even some anger too.”
California’s exodus continues, with population dropping for the third year in a row, putting its political influence at risk
California’s population has dropped for the third year in a row.
The high-cost of living and an increase in remote work are likely driving factors
Some fear the demographic changes could cause the state to lose political clout.
California’s population has dropped for the third year in a row, raising concerns about the effects of an exodus of residents from the Golden State.
‘Severe revenue decline’: California faces a record $68B deficit — here’s what is eating away at the Golden State’s coffers
California lawmakers convened for the first session of 2024 on Wednesday and are tasked with tackling the state’s record $68 billion budget deficit.
The enormous shortfall is largely attributed to a “severe revenue decline,” the California Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) reported last month.
Lab-Grown Meat Has a Big Problem Very Few People Know About
Their life-cycle assessment of current meat-growing processes – which has yet to be peer-reviewed – found cultured meat production could emit between four to 25 times more carbon dioxide per kilogram than regular beef and all its hidden costs, depending on the techniques used.
Big Farma: How lab-grown meats are a costly, unhealthy tool of the globalist elite
The answer to food safety and security lies in a decentralized food system that connects communities with farmers growing real food sustainably and distributing it locally.
Italy becomes the first country in the world to ban lab-grown meat
Florida lawmakers look to ban lab-grown ‘cultivated’ meat products