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FULL COVERAGE: The Betrayal Of New Orleans (3)

FULL COVERAGE: The Betrayal Of New Orleans (3)


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Cindy Sheehan Weighs In On The Hurricane Debate - What Bush's Katrina shows once again is that my son died for nothing. If you listen to Bush - and fewer and fewer are, thank goodness - we are in Iraq in part due to 9/11. All our president has been talking about has been protecting this country since 9/11. That's why people voted for him in the last election. Katrina shows it's all as sham, a fraud, a disaster as large as Katrina itself. See... Cindy Sheehan: Wake Up
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  • William Fisher - William Fisher: Paying For Katrina
  • Jason Leopold: Invasion Of The Hurricane Body Snatchers - A funeral services company which recently learned that one of its subsidiaries is negotiating a lucrative contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to remove dead bodies in areas ravaged by Hurricane Katrina, paid $100 million to settle ... See... FEMA Katrina Funeral Contractor Desecrated Corpses
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  • Martin LeFevre - Meditations: Both the UN and the US are Irrelevant

  • Jason Miller - Liar, Liar

  • Mitchel Cohen - People Of The Dome

  • W. David Jenkins III - Georgie, You’re Doing a Heck of a Job

  • Stirling Newberry - Stirling Newberry: The Next Inaugural

  • William Fisher - Mr. Bush's Legacy: More Than Duct Tape Needed

  • Bill Berkowitz - Berkowitz: Katrina Unleashes Corporate Vultures

  • Eyewitness Account - Hurricane Katrina-Our Experience

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