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Living large on a living barge–16: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

Living large on a living barge–16: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

By Tom Miller Tom and family are touring Europe by barge. This is the 16th in his series of reports on what is to be six months per year of cruising the waterways there. Editors Note: Last week Tom discovered Nirvana with palm frites, yes, french fries with shinny, gooey, gelatinous, vessel clogging fat–heavenly. From Sedan […]

Smarter Electric Grids More Vulnerable to Hackers

Smarter Electric Grids More Vulnerable to Hackers

  The U.S. electric grid is constantly under attack despite attempts by utilities to boost physical security and cyber defenses *Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security Regulators have increasingly focused on physical security of the grid since last year’s attack on a Pacific Gas and Electric Co. substation in California Energy Commission, where unknown attackers cut […]

EPA’s “clarification” only confirms they are making a grab for water rights

EPA’s “clarification” only confirms they are making a grab for water rights

Steve Neugebauer is the principal hydrogeologist, engineering geologist for SNR Company out of Duvall Washington.  Mr. Neugebauer works both in the states of Washington and California and is an expert in his field. These are his comments on the latest press release from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) attempt to clarify their position on what […]

Of Pirates and Bureaucrats–a tale of how local bureaucrats took down a small private school

Of Pirates and Bureaucrats–a tale of how local bureaucrats took down a small private school

Editor’s Note: Though Brian Kearsey’s tale of wow with his local bureaucracy and the demise of an innovative private school took place due north of New York City, unfortunately, it’s a tale that’s being played out all across this country.  It is the story of an American dream crushed by the machine. By Brian Kearsey […]

Our local slugger–5 years old and pitching at the Major League and loving America’s favorite pastime

Our local slugger–5 years old and pitching at the Major League and loving America’s favorite pastime

“The Luckiest Kid”  A Young Boy’s Past Life Memories and America’s Favorite Pastime By Cathy Bryd Anything can happen in baseball.  I’ve been a fan of the game for exactly 2.5 years as the result of my five year-old son Christian Haupt’s uncanny affection for America’s favorite pastime.  A story shared by countless little league […]

Living large on a living barge–15: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

Living large on a living barge–15: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

By Tom Miller Tom and family are touring Europe by barge. This is the fourteenth in his series of reports on what is to be six months per year of cruising the waterways there. Editors Note: Last week Tom met fellow travelers from Down Under and visited and jousting match in Sedan. I found Nirvana, […]

Report: U.S. Electric Grid ‘Inherently Vulnerable’ to Sabotage Multiple unreported incidents raise security concerns

Report: U.S. Electric Grid ‘Inherently Vulnerable’ to Sabotage Multiple unreported incidents raise security concerns

BY: Adam Kredo  Washington Free Beacon March 11, for sale 2014 1:49 pm Electric grid compounds across the country have faced an uptick in unauthorized intrusions by unknown individuals, search causing concern that the U.S. grid is “inherently vulnerable” to widespread sabotage, according to a recent oversight report issued by New Jersey’s Regional Operations Intelligence […]

Living large on a living barge–14: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

Living large on a living barge–14: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

By Tom Miller Tom and family are touring Europe by barge. This is the fourteenth in his series of reports on what is to be six months per year of cruising the waterways there. Editors Note: Last week Tom visited the forlorn little village of Fumay and was run out of town at Montherme by […]

Website – Job Postings from around the country – Hannity’s Getting America Back to Work

Website – Job Postings from around the country – Hannity’s Getting America Back to Work

By Hannity Staff As a best-selling author, cure TV and national radio host, Sean has long been an advocate of the people. With today’s troubling statistics of millions of Americans on government assistance and out of work, he felt he needed to do something. Now he has, with the Get America Back to Work campaign. […]

Making Waves: Save the Art Culture (S.T.A.C.)

Making Waves: Save the Art Culture (S.T.A.C.)

By Sahhar Tashakori In the world of art and its culture, there are people who see it being neglected. Many of them are artists who know  change has to happen to preserve what they love so deeply.  However, there aren’t enough who are willing to put forth the effort to ignite an interest for their […]