I don’t know about you, but when I take on a cause or a project I’m proud of what I do. I support it against all detractors and nay-sayers because I believe in it. So, when proponents of a cause suddenly start to hide what they are doing, or deny they are even doing it – that should set off alarm bells and raise questions about the honesty and legitimacy of that cause. Continue reading →
U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has just introduced legislation designed to reign in out-of- control federal agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Army Corps of Engineers. The bill, if enacted, will be a vital blow to the enforcement of radical environmental/Agenda 21- inspired Continue reading →
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Nuclear Energy Institute, together with the National Mining Association (NMA), has filed a lawsuit in U.S. Federal District Court in Arizona seeking to reverse the Obama administration’s withdrawal of approximately 1 million acres of federal land in the Arizona Strip for uranium mining for 20 years. Continue reading →
Technologists already are worried about the security implications of linking nearly all elements of the U.S. power grid to the public Internet. Now, privacy experts are warning that the so-called “smart grid” efforts could usher in a new class of concerns, as utilities begin collecting more granular data about consumers’ daily power consumption. Continue reading…
After hiding under the radar for more than 19 years, Agenda 21 became the cause of 2011 as thousands of concerned Americans began to study United Nations documents side – by – side with their local comprehensive development plans. To the horror of
Democrats from Coal Dependent States Should Join Inhofe’s Effort to Protect Constituents from Skyrocketing Electricity Prices, says National Center for Public Policy Research
Senator James Inhofe
Washington, D.C. — Policy experts from the National Center for Public Policy Research are urging bipartisan support for a joint resolution of disapproval under the Congressional Review Act (CRA) introduced today by Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) that will stop implementation of the EPA’s Utility MACT rule.
“President Obama is using the EPA to wage a war on coal-fired electricity, which will bring about his promise to make electricity prices skyrocket. It’s time for Senators, especially Continue reading →
The Administration Dithers While China and Cuba Tap Our Own Oil Resources
Dan Weber, president and founder of AMAC
OHEMIA, NY, – “Older Americans are getting clobbered by the Obama Administration’s energy policies aimed at steadily increasing gasoline prices until they reach ‘the levels in Europe’,” according to Dan Weber, president and founder of the Association of Mature American Citizens . Mr. Obama’s aim is to wean America off of fossil fuels in favor of green projects, he explained.
Weber has issued a challenge to the candidates running in the Republican primaries and caucuses in the coming Continue reading →
Nuclear Energy Institute president and chief executive officer Marv Fertel. Photo:NEI
NEW YORK — America’s nuclear energy facilities operated safely and reliably in 2011, with solid performance in electricity production and operating efficiency in spite of a year of numerous challenges from natural events in the United States and Japan.
In a briefing sponsored by the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), the industry told Wall Street financial analysts recently that U.S. nuclear power plants were subjected in 2011 to extreme weather events that included a series of tornadoes, a major hurricane, Midwest flooding and an unusually large East Coast earthquake. But through all of these events, America’s nuclear energy facilities either continued operating or shut down safely when necessary. Continue reading →