Saturday, September 03, 2005

Edited by Victor A. Cuvo
"I love the man that can smile in trouble, that
can gather strength
from distress, and grow brave by reflection. 'Tis
the business
of little minds to shrink; but he whose heart is
firm, and whose
conscience approves his conduct, will pursue his
principles unto
death." ---Thomas Paine

posts an excellent resource page "Recommended
Action Plan"
(http://FederalistPatriot.US/useprpc/) with all
you need to
know about emergency preparedness measures for
yourself and
your family.)


Disaster Relief

P.O. Box 4857

Jackson, MS 39296-4857

Or click here to donate online.
AMERICAN RED CROSS Disaster Relief Fund

P.O. Box 37243

Washington, D.C. 20013

Or click here to donate online.

A look at Katrina's macro- and micro-economic impact on, well, everything

People seek higher ground today in the area near the Superdome in New Orleans. Up to 20,000 displaced people were being taken in a 500-strong fleet of buses from the hurricane-scarred Superdome, where they had taken refuge from Hurricane Katrina, to another cavernous sports arena, the Astrodome in Houston.

A man rides in a canoe in high water in New Orleans.

Hurricane victims wait for transportation outside the Louisiana Superdome. (AP)

Guard Troops Descend on New Orleans

Sept. 2: U.S. Coast Guard helicopters prepare for rescue operations in New Orleans.
Sept. 2: U.S. Army flight surgeon Capt. Devry C. Anderson holds a dog after it was rescued with its owner in New Orleans.

Comparative imagery of the Superdome, pre- and post-Katrina

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Human Events

Angry Left shamefully exploits race, Iraq, Kyoto against Bush on Katrina
by Mark Tapscott (9/3)
Katrina was barely beyond New Orleans and the Mississippi coast when
the strident voices of the Angry Left began screaming that the death
and destruction were the fault of President Bush, Gov. Haley Barbour
and White America’s racism.

Jackson: Bush Ignored Black Flood Victims
Jackson Blasts Bush Over Katrina Aid - Washington Post


Americans say “Hands off my home!”

Institute for Justice and its Castle Coalition announce an
unprecedented financial commitment to halting eminent domain for
private profit.

The battle against the Boy Scouts

This year's Boy Scout Jamboree may have marked the end of the long-standing tradition.