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Got Power? The EMP Threat Grows With Iran’s Nuclear Capabilities [Complete Audio Interview]

"The American people are being lied to...."

That is a statement that sends a shiver down my spine every time it's spoken.

Thirty plus years ago, I was an idealistic young woman who chose to pursue the career of journalism. My understanding of the career, at that time, was rooted in a deep respect for the U.S. Constitution. (I'm eternally grateful to my high school History and American Government teachers)

I suppose there was a little romanticism thrown in too for good measure, because I saw the role of a journalist falling some where between Under Dog and Superman. You know, protecting the American people from the tyranny of the rich and powerful, that 'Truth, Justice, and the American Way' sort of thing.

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Photo, Susan Patten, Townsquare Media
Photo, Susan Patten, Townsquare Media

Got Power? Maine PUC Report on GMD/EMP Threat to Grid [Full Report]

For some time now, national experts have been sounding the alarm regarding the vulnerability of our nation's electric power infrastructure.

The threat to the electric grid comes from three possible sources; solar space weather, a nuclear detonation in our atmosphere, or a cyber attack.

Last year, the Maine Legislature required the state Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to study the impact that a geomagnetic disturbance (GMD), or electromagnetic pulse (EMP), could have on the power grid.

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Former Iranian Revolutionary Guard says More Sanctions, Not Less [Audio]

"I think we just created a situation where war is more likely than before."

It's a chilling statement that doesn't come from a politician or political pundit, rather a man who worked as a member of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, and served this country by providing information for the CIA.

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Lautenberg Meets With Families Of 1983 Beirut Terror Victims

Mainer’s Recognize 30th Anniversary to Remember Terror Victims; Iran Threatens More Violence

 

Thirty years ago today, 220 Marines, 18 Sailors and 3 Soldiers were killed when a terrorist drove a truck carrying thousands of pounds of explosives through the headquarters of the 1st Battalion, 8th Marines, located in the Beirut International Airport.

Today, Governor LePage asks Mainers to remember Marine CPL Bruce L. Howard, of Strong, Maine, who was killed in the attack as was Marine Major Andrew L. Davis who also had ties to Maine. 

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Radical Islam In the House The Plan to Take America for the Global Islamic State-2013
Radical Islam In the House The Plan to Take America for the Global Islamic State-2013

‘Oh What a Tangled Web We Weave…’ It’s Not Just Syria at Stake

As the world watches to see what the United States of America will do about Syria and the use of chemical weapons against civilians in the civil war in that country, many Americans don't really even know what the conflict is about. After all, it's a world away and many think to themselves, "it doesn't affect me anyway."

"We wrote this book for those people who don't have a clue."

One author who lives in Bangor, Maine, who devoted his career to forestry, has turned his attention to geopolitics and, in a new book, says if there is ever a time for every single American to understand what's happening in the Middle East, it's now.

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL - JULY 18: In this handout from the Israeli Govermental Press Office (GPO), Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) meets with Special U.S. Envoy Senator George Mitchell (L) at the PM's office on July 18, 2010 in Jerusalem, Israel. U.S. Envoy Senator George Mitchell is visiting the region, meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders in an effort to restart direct peace talks. (Photo by Avi Ohayon/GPO Via Getty Images)
JERUSALEM, ISRAEL - JULY 18: In this handout from the Israeli Govermental Press Office (GPO), Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) meets with Special U.S. Envoy Senator George Mitchell (L) at the PM's office on July 18, 2010 in Jerusalem, Israel. U.S. Envoy Senator George Mitchell is visiting the region, meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders in an effort to restart direct peace talks. (Photo by Avi Ohayon/GPO Via Getty Images)

Tired of the Terror Threat? Want Middle East Peace America? Deal With Iran

When former U.S. Senator from Maine, George Mitchell, resigned as the special U.S. envoy for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in 2011, President Barack Obama thanked him for his service saying he had the "toughest job imaginable."

After all, the conflict in the Middle East has been raging for years.

Today, as negotiations begin again between the Israelis and Palestinians, and Egypt boils over with protests by the Muslim Brotherhood, and the U.S. shuts down embassies, one man says we've got it all wrong.

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Hassan-Rowhani

Beware of the Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Unless living under a rock, as they say, you're more than likely aware of the escalating tensions in the Middle East.

You're probably also aware of the recent terror threats from Al-Qaeda which have prompted the shutdown of numerous embassies in Muslim countries and prompted travel warnings for Americans.

In fact, just today the State Department encouraged non-emergency government personnel out of Yemen following recent U.S. drone strikes.

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Power-Tower

Got Power? Focus on the EMP Threat Grows as Maine PUC Continues Its Study

It was revealed Monday in an intense meeting in Washington D.C., that two weeks ago, Earth came very close to taking a direct hit from a massive solar flare.

That solar flare was strong enough to wipe out power grids, vehicles, and cell phones.

Those meeting in Washington Monday said that between cyber threats, terrorism, and the sun's very active state, we are playing a very dangerous game of Russian roulette with our electric infrastructure.

 

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Memorials And Sunday Services Held In Honor Of Boston Bombing Victims

Lone Wolf or Al Qaeda Link? The Threat is the Same and It’s Not Our Fault (Full Interview Audio)

All I can think of is the Walter Scott quote, "Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to device."

The mystery and intrigue surrounding the Obama administration's handling of the threat we face from radical Islamists is perplexing at best

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Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images

Got Power? North Korea and Iran; Different Ideologies with a Mutual Goal (Complete Interview Audio)

Reza Kahlili Part 1

Reza Kahlili Part 2

While tensions escalate with North Korea analysts and military experts agree there are many factors that make this threat potentially more unusual and serious than the fairly routine muscle flexing we've experienced with North Korea in the past.

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