April 2021, Vol. 248, No. 4

Editor's Notebook

Great Freeze Revisited

By Michael Reed, P&GJ Editor-in-Chief I suppose if I just wanted to write a column that assigned the “villain” label to someone involved in the Great Texas Blackout of 2021, there would be plenty of worthy candidates from which to choose. However, based on how productive name-calling has been in our recent history – remember 2020, the year we could not wait to put behind us? – I think I’ll leave that endeavor to someone with more free time on their hands. Don’t get me wrong, as a Texas resident who spent a day-and-half in freezing temperatures without electricity (and a week without clean water), I got fairly angry myself between shivers, and cursed a lot of

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