Daily News For September 07, 2005

Lieutenant General Russel Honore Lived Up To His ‘John Wayne Dude’ Nickname, Blasting Complaints That Red Tape Or Poor Security Were Snarling Relief Efforts As “B.S.”


Multiple Failures Caused Relief Crisis

FEMA Pilot: Rescue Began Just Hours After Flood

FEMA Accused Of Flying Evacuees To Wrong Charleston

22 Bodies Found Tied Together In Village

As A Handful Of Pumps Toiled To Drain The Water Out Of A Sprawling City Today, The New Orleans Police Said They Would Force The 10,000 Or So Residents Left In The City To Leave (Free Nyt Reg Req)

Bush, Congress to Investigate Hurricane Katrina Response

Water Receding, But New Orleans Anxious

Afghanistan Has Offered $130,000 In Disaster Relief Aid To The Victims Of Hurricane Katrina

Pat Hynes: Hate Is All You Need

Craig Martelle: FEMA Is Not A First Responder

Wesley Pruden: The Vultures Of The Venomous Left

Mac Johnson: New Orleans Didn’t Just Go Nuts — It’s Been Nuts

Klaus Jacob: Time For A Tough Question: Why Rebuild? (Free WAPO Reg Req)

Jon Ham: A Gathering Storm For The Media

Richard Baehr: New Orleans Myths: The Numbers Tell A Different Story

The California Legislature On Tuesday Became The First Legislative Body In The Country To Approve Same-Sex Marriages, As Gay-Rights Advocates Overcame Two Earlier Defeats In The Assembly (Veto Arnold, Veto)

Bush Pledges Wide Search For Court Seat (Free WAPO Reg Req)

Heinz Calls On Venezuela To Give Back Seized Ketchup Plant

Mother’s Fury As Teenagers Who Set Boy On Fire Escape Prosecution

Website Of The Day: Mercy Corps Hurricane Relief

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