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Protecting the Grid From Blackouts—and Communism
Commentary You’d think the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) would know better than to mess with Texas. But a planned wind turbine facility in West Texas owned by a Chinese entity ...
May 3, 2021
Texas Senate Unanimously Approves Bill Addressing Electric Grid Issues
The Texas Senate on Monday unanimously approved a sweeping proposal that addresses issues with the state’s electric grid.
March 30, 2021
Isabel van Brugen
Democratic Party Rule Could Spread California-Style Energy Shortages Nationwide
Commentary Coming to a city and state near you: California style energy shortages and blackouts. At least that ...
August 30, 2020
H. Sterling Burnett
As Trump Calls for Grid Security, Will Utilities Break With Beijing?
Commentary President Donald Trump issued an unprecedented executive order on May 1, taking significant and long-overdue steps to ...
May 5, 2020
Was There Another Reason for Electricity Shutdowns in California?
Commentary According to the official, widely reported story, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) shut down substantial portions of ...
November 1, 2019
Blackouts and Cover-Ups: Why ALL Americans Must Work to ‘Secure the Grid’
The current self-inflicted Pacific Gas & Electric Co. blackouts in California are a cautionary tale for the rest ...
October 11, 2019
30 Years After Tiananmen: Is Communist China Crushing the Effort to Secure America’s Electric Grid?
Commentary Today marks the 30th anniversary of the 1989 Chinese regime's massacre of student-led, peaceful protesters who called ...
June 4, 2019
Lawmakers Awarded for Bipartisanship in a Highly Divided Congress
White Illinois Farmers Sue Over Race-Based Farm Loan Relief Program
Biden Urged to Replace Harris on Border Assignment in Letter Signed by 56 Republicans
Officials Say Deadly Pride Parade Crash Was Not Intentional
The Associated Press
Coca-Cola Diversity Policy Risks Violating Anti-Discrimination Laws, Shareholders Warn
Biden to Meet With Afghan President Ghani
Californians Getting Unemployment Have to Start Looking for Work Next Month to Remain Eligible
Portland Police Union Blames Officials Who Criticized Officers for Mass Resignation
Israeli PM Warns Against Nuclear Talks With Iran’s ‘Hangmen Regime’
Iran, World Powers Adjourn Nuclear Talks, Resumption Date Unclear