It seems like only yesterday we watched Hurricane Katrina bearing down on New Orleans. The devastation was incredible, the aftermath an international disgrace. Inadequate preparation,
Well, not exactly. Not if you go with that contorted reasoning that says something about Kyoto and global warming, etc. But when you read what
The TV networks reporting on Hurricane Katrina keep describing the geography of New Orleans as a bowl. Souper bowl would be more accurate, as in:
Bush is in Biloxi showing his concern about the hurricane damage. Good for him. Now let’s see him in New Orleans. At the Superdome.
“Help is on the way.” President Bush says that a lot. And every time he does, sadly, I’m reminded of the old jokes “the check is in
The breached New Orleans levees were built to withstand only a category 3 hurricane, according to Lt. Gen. Bob Flowers, former commander of the Corp
I’ve watched with awe and horror the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina, and I haven’t words to describe it. It is simply beyond my comprehension.