April, 12, 2024

This week, Rosemary Vassiliadis announced plans to move forward with the proposed new international airport in Clark County, Ivanpah, near Prim. Vassiliadis said Clark County needs more airports to provide more capacity to the system, which saw over 57 million passengers in 2024.

According to reports, Southwest is contributing more than $2 Billion to the new airport.

Terry Reynolds, director of the Nevada Department of Business and Industry, announced

“Four months ago, we talked to Southwest Airlines, and I know they are looking at an incredible expansion on the number of flights that they have coming into Las Vegas, in the hundreds-of-thousands range,” “They have one of their chief executive officers who lives in Las Vegas, so they are looking at a major development and major increase in their traffic over the next couple of years.”

The Clark County Aviation Department and the Federal Aviation Administration will build the new airport on 6,000 acres of undeveloped federal land.

Water doesn’t seem to be an issue when billions of dollars are at stake. So, be prepared to tear out your lawns and take showers every other day to conserve Lake Mead. It’s interesting how climate change doesn’t seem to impact some projects. The secret is that there is no crisis; it’s just an excuse to spend money and control you. The world has been warming since the end of the Ice Age, about 10,000 years ago, long before cars and planes.

360 News has reported extensively on the water issues revolving around Lake Mead throughout this year.

360 News reported the following:

NV is allotted 200K acre feet of water from the Colorado River but only uses 25K acre feet. The rest goes to California. Clark County recycles almost 100% of its sewer water, while California only recycles 23%.

Every day in the news, we watch our beloved Lake Mead’s water level continue to recede. Water levels are so low that mob bodies from the 1970’s are popping up. But what they never mention are real solutions to the pending water crisis. The Romans built aqueducts 2,000 years ago to provide water to their cities. California built an aqueduct 100 years ago that makes LA possible today.

California environmentalists have shut down all new water projects over the last 20 years. We don’t have a water problem. We have a Democrat problem. It’s not a climate crisis. It’s a man-made crisis.

California extremists blocked the construction of a brand new $1.4 billion desalination plant in Southern California, claiming “it may hurt the Pacific Coast.” The state’s Coastal Commission voted unanimously to deny a permit for Poseidon Water to build a plant to produce 50m gallons of water a day in Huntington Beach, southeast of Los Angeles.

And in 2023 the Biden Administration sent 11.4 billion gallons of water last year from the Colorado River to Mexico to flood the Colorado River Delta to save birds’ habitats. The Obama/Biden Administration agreed to send 340 billion gallons of water from the Colorado River starting in 2012. The last time water flowed from the Colorado River down to the Delta in Mexico was in the 1960s.

The climate has been changing forever, not just in the last 100 years. The temperature on Earth was much warmer 900 years ago than it is today, when the Vikings had farms. Yes, Greenland used to be green. Our own government admits it in a 2017 article in the Smithsonian magazine, titled

Why did Greenland’s Vikings vanish?

They (the Vikings) discovered Greenland during a time known as the Medieval Warm Period, which lasted from about 900 to 1300 AD. Sea ice decreased during those centuries, so sailing from Scandinavia to Greenland became less hazardous. Longer growing seasons made it feasible to graze cattle, sheep, and goats in the meadows along sheltered fjords on Greenland’s southwest coast. In short, the Vikings simply transplanted their medieval European lifestyle to an uninhabited new land, theirs for the taking.”

In 1400 AD, the greatest challenge (for the Vikings)—and the coup de grâce—came when the climate began to cool, triggered by an event on the far side of the world.”

This demonstrates Dems’ climate change is a fraud. The temperatures on Earth have radically warmed and cooled over the last 4,000,000 years without gas-powered cars.

So remember these facts the next time you hear that your lawns, pools, and high-flow toilets are to blame for our water shortage in Nevada. The Dems in Nevada and California could fix the problem right now if they wanted to, but they want power instead.

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