The Administration will announce a number of new public- and private-sector initiatives designed to accelerate the modernization of the nation’s electric infrastructure, bolster electric-grid innovation, and advance a clean energy economy, in part by taking greater advantage of digital and communications or ’smart grid’ technologies....Along with the announcement of new public and private initiatives aimed at building a smarter, expanded grid and empowering consumers, the Cabinet-level National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) will release a new report: ‘A Policy Framework for the 21st Century Grid.’ This policy framework charts a collaborative path forward for applying digital information or ’smart grid’ technologies to the nation’s electricity infrastructure to facilitate the integration of renewable sources of power into the grid; help accommodate the growing number of electric vehicles; help avoid blackouts and restore power quicker when outages occur; and reduce the need for new power plants.
quote: Ok so let's assume that Bush got us into a "trillion dollar" unfunded war. Obama then starts a war with Libya AFTER it's clear we're flat broke.
quote: Without Congressional declaration, by the way. How is that any better?
quote: Tax breaks? Ok, so how exactly was taking a trillion MORE out of the economy for a "stimulus" make that situation any better?
quote: Keynesian economics have been well proven
quote: You can debate me when you decide to stop talking like a Liberal. You can't debate Liberals, you can only beat them.
quote: No, the president has the power to make emergency decisions. Then congress is suppose to act.
quote: And lol@Osama wasn't a priority.
quote: You don't even give your elected president any credit.