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Sept. 3, 2004 – Secure The Grid Coalition at National Press Club

Yesterday High Frontier Chairman Hank Cooper had the privilege of participating in a distinguished panel of experts at the National Press Club in Washington DC. The topics discussed included our perilous National Security situation on our southern border, especially as it relates to ISIS activity taking place in the Middle East. Also discussed was Homeland Security’s loss of some 6,000 students who have overstayed their student visas and are now unaccounted for.

All of these topics led to the most crucial purpose of this press conference – and that is to secure our national electric grid. Each of these esteemed participants are part of The Secure the Grid Coalition.

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August 2, 2013—Former CIA Director Warns about the Existential EMP Threat.

Last Monday, President Bill Clinton’s Director of Central Intelligence, R. James Woolsey; Dr. Peter Pry, who leads the Task Force on National and Homeland Security; and I joined in a discussion of the existential threat of a natural or nuclear electromagnetic pulse (EMP). The event, sponsored by the newly established EMP Coalition—of which Mr. Woolsey is the Honorary Co-Chair along with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich—is summarized here, by clicking below. A YouTube video of the 2-hour conference is included.

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Key points from “How North Korea Could Cripple the U.S.”

To follow are the key points from R. James Woolsey and Peter Vincent Pry’s Wall Street Journal (WSJ) editorial on May 21, 2013. Link to article is provided; however the key points are provided here, as you are unable to view article without a subscription to the WSJ.

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North Korea EMP attack could destroy U.S. — now Obama must take immediate action

North Korea is a mortal nuclear threat to the United States, right now! Any nuclear weapon detonated above an altitude of 30 kilometers (18 miles) will generate an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) that will destroy electronics and could collapse the electric power grid and other critical infrastructures — communications, transportation, banking and finance, food and water — that sustain modern civilization and the lives of 300 million Americans. All could be destroyed by a single nuclear weapon making an EMP attack. By Peter Pry.

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