New York blasted with toxic influx of sewage and other dangerous industrial chemicals in Sandy’s wake

Embattled with several feet of flood waters in some areas, persistent power outages, and rot and decay throughout tattered streets, many areas of New York and New Jersey that were hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy are also now suffering the consequences of a massive influx…

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Crisis at NJ nuclear plant barely avoided in wake of Hurricane Sandy’s destruction

The Associated Press (AP) is reporting that the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)’s official alert for the Oyster Creek nuclear power facility in Forked River, New Jersey, has been lifted. The narrowly-averted crisis was first triggered as an “unusual event” on…

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Individual preparedness, not Big Government ‘management,’ would have helped those most in Sandy’s path

A headline in Tuesday’s OP-ED section of The New York Times summed up the mentality of too many Americans these days and all that is wrong with it: “A Big Storm Requires Big Government.” If by that headline you deduced that the Times’ editors were stumping for a Big…

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