Category Archives: H. Scott Cooper

Join Us In Myrtle Beach on Martin Luther King Day Weekend!

Join Us In Myrtle Beach on Martin Luther King Day Weekend!

Joe Dugan, The Executive Director of the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention is a personal friend. When focusing on the problems not being solved in Washington DC, he and his team in my opinion have done more to help educate ALL South Carolinians and citizens of the South East Region on the potential solutions on a wide range of issues other conference I can think of. For five years he is hosted a three-day conference on Martin Luther King Day weekend which addresses these issues. Read Full Story

Rep. Jeff Duncan Stands With Us!

Rep. Jeff Duncan Stands With Us!

Duncan, as a Member of the House Committee on Homeland Security and the Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Caucus, Rep. Duncan hopes to bring more attention to this very serious issue and to improve grid security, including co-sponsoring legislation to provide hardware solutions to protect the grid against EMP. As he observed, “It is vital to our national security that the United States homeland does not remain vulnerable to an EMP attack.” Read Full Story

February 6, 2014—Extra! Extra! Read All About It!

February 6, 2014—Extra! Extra! Read All About It!

Several important news reports highlight the growing awareness of manmade and natural electromagnetic pulse (EMP) threats and the importance of hardening the currently vulnerable electric power grid to these and other effects. And the growing social media outlets are also highlighting these concerns as well as the companion growing threat from Iran. Read Full Story

November 12, 2013—New York Times Identifies Electric Power Grid Vulnerabilities!

November 12, 2013—New York Times Identifies Electric Power Grid Vulnerabilities!

Today’s electric power grid, which has evolved over most of the last century, has vulnerabilities that previously have led to cascading failures leaving tens of millions of Americans without electricity for days. Fictional, but realistic TV dramas have illustrated the disaster of losing the grid for 10 days in a cyberattack. An indefinite loss of the grid due to a natural or manmade electromagnetic attack would create societal collapse. Read Full Story