An empty House of Representatives. A sparsely populated Senate. A president holed up in the White House, unable to call his troops to action. And an anxious, bewildered nation holds its breath in anticipation of blows to the gut. It's all part of hardball politics, we're told; not to worry, both sides will come to terms and things will work out in the end. But a massive power failure occurred on Dec. 27, Utrice says, and it was a planned, deliberate effort to sabotage the welfare and security of the American people -- legislative terrorism. Voters should neither forgive nor forget. Plus, the high-volume outbound traffic from Barack Obama's Cabinet: Trouble in River City?