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FULL COVERAGE: The Betrayal Of New Orleans

FULL COVERAGE: The Betrayal Of New Orleans

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www.neworleans.indymedia.org. Another FEMA Scandal – Hurricane $$$ For Votes In Florida - Michael Brown, the embattled head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, approved payments in excess of $31 million in taxpayer money to thousands of Florida residents who were unaffected by Hurricane Frances and three other hurricanes last year in an effort to help President Bush win a majority of votes in that state during his reelection campaign, according to published reports. See... False Hurricane Claims to Help Bush Win Fla. Votes
MORE HURRICANE COMMENTARY:

  • Mary Pitt - Plenty Of Time

  • Ernest Partridge - Randville Rawlsburg & New Orleans

  • Sheila Samples - Sheila Samples: The Man With A SNAFU Plan

  • Jorge R. Mancillas - The Real Scandal Unveiled By Katrina

  • Doug Giebel - Let Us NOT Praise Famous Men

  • Remi Kanazi Poem - Hurricane Racism

  • Norma Sherry - Norma Sherry: If it Were Up to Me

  • William Rivers Pitt - Let the Dead Teach the Living
  • Thai Tsunami Survivors Have Some Bad News For New Orleans Victims - BANGKOK, Thailand -- Katrina's victims may learn lessons from Thailand's tsunami where DNA and real estate profits have become priorities, and thousands of survivors still cannot cope eight months after rescue. See... Tsunami Aftermath Contains Lessons For New Orleans
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  • Tropical Storm Ophelia Heads for Florida
  • Down, But Never Out in New Orleans
  • Nearly 100 Countries Send Money, Assistance to US
  • 63,000 Military Personnel Join Hurricane Relief
  • For much more see... COMMENTARY: The Betrayal Of New Orleans

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