John Grula

Stories by John Grula

Private profit v. public good

That CPUC is investigating SCE and not PWP speaks volumes about the performance of both during the recent windstorms

Author John Grula Date 02/09/2012
Power vacuum

SCE’s poor windstorm performance proves Pasadena was right in not privatizing its electric utility

Author John Grula Date 12/29/2011
Let the sunshine in

Try vitamin D to turn around Seasonal Affective Disorder

Author John Grula Date 12/08/2011
Solar power at a crossroads

GOP attacks on solar energy are political maneuvers aimed at keeping us addicted to oil

Author John Grula Date 11/10/2011
Hell on the horizon

Climate-change deniers like Texas Gov. Perry don’t want to be confused with the facts about extreme weather

Author John Grula Date 09/22/2011
Havoc in Cyberspace

Hackers could conceivably cripple the us

Author John Grula Date 08/18/2011
Pakistan's loose nukes

Comprehensive nuclear disarmament remains as urgent as ever

Author John Grula Date 06/16/2011
Relearning deadly lessons

Operations at California nuke plants need to be pared back and finally stopped

Author John Grula Date 03/31/2011
No magic bullet

Deadly strikes by heavily armed drones made in So Cal and controlled in Vegas only deepen the Af-Pak quagmire

Author John Grula Date 12/02/2010

Senate could sink Obama’s ambitious plan for reducing nuclear arms

Author John Grula Date 08/26/2010
A Cold War wound

America should do all it can to reduce growing tension between the two Koreas

Author John Grula Date 07/01/2010
Peace or World War III?

Does Iran’s nuclear program merit the ruckus it is raising?

Author John Grula Date 04/08/2010
Nuclear double standard

Like Iran, Israel, India and Pakistan also have dismal records of little or no cooperation with international inspectors

Author John Grula Date 10/14/2009
Defusing a global threat

Leaders offer new hope for ending our decades-long nuclear dilemma

Author John Grula Date 08/05/2009
Knowing our limits

Vietnam and now Iraq and Afghanistan have taught lessons on the limits of our formidable but not all-powerful technologies

Author John Grula Date 03/05/2009