Comedian Jimmy Dore Scrutinizes American Politics In New Book You may have heard of Jimmy Dore for his hard-hitting political satire on Comedy Central and his radio show and now the comedian is coming out with a new book. AP: California Can’t Say If It’s Meeting Drought Goal Six months after Brown declared a water emergency, few state agencies know whether their conservation efforts are meeting the mark. They are not required to compare water consumption this year to last, and few have, The Associated Press found.
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