Finally. Congress concerned about the vulnerability of the nation’s power grid

Glenn Reynolds Instapundit 4/16/2014

INFRASTRUCTURE: Security holes in power grid have federal officials scrambling: In Congress, the vulnerability of the power grid has emerged as among the most pressing domestic security concerns.

Say, did I mention that Bill Quick has a new disaster novel out?

Ready Or Not, Here Come EPA’s MACT And CSAPR

Margaret Ryan AOL.com 11/15/2011

Congressional deadlock means two game-changing Environmental Protection Agency rules are poised to take effect unless a court stops them or the White House weighs in.

The rules will cost electric utilities and their ratepayers billions. But the utility industry itself is split between those that have invested to lower their air […]

Who does Homeland Security thinks poses the greatest risk? Video portrays white middle-class as the most likely terrorists

Daily Mail [UK] 22nd July 2011

A video released by the Department of Homeland Security urging people to report anything suspicious has caused outrage by characterising white middle class Americans as the most likely terrorists.

The promotional video is part of Homeland Security’s $10million ‘See Something, Say Something’ programme as they believe it will help […]

Energy in America: EPA Rules Force Shell to Abandon Oil Drilling Plans

Dan Springer FoxNews.com 4/25/2011

Shell Oil Company has announced it must scrap efforts to drill for oil this summer in the Arctic Ocean off the northern coast of Alaska. The decision comes following a ruling by the EPA’s Environmental Appeals Board to withhold critical air permits. The move has angered some in Congress and triggered […]