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This is one of those decisions that reveals a politician's priorities. more »
Reforming the U.N., anchors who cry and building a solar Big Easy: Readers react in this week's installment of letters. more »
prospect.org — The Fed and the relief spending can mitigate Katrina's long-term economic damage—if the tax-cutters stay out of it.
America's bloated military spending leaves little left over to reduce the rampant poverty exposed by Hurricane Katrina. more »
What do Bill Clinton and Ohio Republican more »
slate.com — The calamity of Katrina has exposed Bush's empty rhetoric and strategic dysfunction, harming our foreign policy.
It's hard to stay on top of the outrageous things coming out of public officials' mouths lately on Katrina. Just today, the Wall Street Journal reported this:
nytimes.com — If the Bush administration isn't held accountable for its response to Hurricane Katrina, it will keep repeating its mistakes.
The one thing that David Brooks got right in his NYT op-ed, "Katrina's Silver Lining ," is tha more »
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