Monthly Archives: September 2005

Gotta love this guy

With all the moaning and wailing still going on about the “slow Federal response to Katrina”, ya gotta love Gen. Honore, the straight-talking no-nonsense guy who is in charge of the National Guard troops in New Orleans. As Hurricane Rita … Continue reading

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Katrina and 9/11

James Robbins makes this excellent contrast: The public debate over the response to Hurricane Katrina has shown an appalling and disturbing lack of common purpose and of civility. There is always a place for legitimate criticism of government actions; in … Continue reading

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Interesting…

Here’s a very interesting discussion of how LOCAL officials in the City of New Orleans and the State of Louisiana have been warned about precisely the type of problems which occurred with Hurricane Katrina and did nothing… Ghost Plan for … Continue reading

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Rank opportunism

Like most Americans, I have been overwhelmed by the magnitude of the destruction wrought by Hurricane Katrina. It is gut-wrenching to see the pictures of human beings groping amidst the rubble trying to find food, water and other necessities of … Continue reading

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