President Bush has just approved a huge new marine sanctuary in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, an area said to be approximately 100 times the size of Yellowstone National Park. Question: How concerned will he be about protecting the area if someone discovers oil there? Or maybe he approved it because Halliburton has already determined there … Continue reading About that new marine sanctuary…
It’s obvious to me now that the sun never really sets in Oklahoma. It just keeps moving west till it can bed down in the Rockies. Continue reading Sunsets
At the risk of seeming callous, or worse, I have to wonder if Hurricane Wilma’s “victims” in Florida aren’t in large part responsible for their current plight. Those people had several days’ warning that Wilma was coming. Why on earth didn’t they either evacuate or stock up in preparation for the storm? Florida gets hit … Continue reading Wilma’s ‘victims’?
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 Molly Ivins wrote in her column, released Thursday, you will perhaps reconsider whether Bush and his administration do bear some measure of responsibility. Ivins obviously and rightfully shows her bias in … Continue reading Katrina chaos: Not Bush’s fault
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: a super-sized bowl of contaminated soup. Continue reading New Orleans souper bowl
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. Continue reading Bush in Biloxi