If you didn't think the new George W. Bush library and its "Decision Theater" was bad enough already for the history revisionism on the invasion of Iraq, wait until you get a load of how Bush's disastrous handling of Hurricane Katrina is treated.
Former President George W. Bush openly wept while talking about some of the biggest disasters of his tenure at the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum on Thursday.
Lindsey Graham's Imaginary Family Needs AR-15s To Fight Theoretical 'Roaming Gangs' Of Big, Strong Men During Hurricanes
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says that if his family were victims of disasters like Hurricane Katrina then they would Lindsey Graham's imaginary family members need to have military-style AR-15 assault rifles to protect themselves against "armed gangs roaming around neighborhoods."
David Cay Johnston on how sports are used as a tool to steal from taxpayers. Even if you like football (I don't -- as far as I'm concerned, this week's game should be called the Concussion Bowl), you have to wonder why the owners get to make
There are hundreds of federal flood control systems at risk of failing across 37 states in the U.S., leaving millions of people and property endangered.
The hosts of Fox & Friends on Friday suggested that NBC should postpone a Hurricane Sandy telethon until after the election because making sure that the event did not benefit President Barack Obama was more important than helping storm victims.
The New York Times editorial board, on the day Hurricane Sandy wreaks havoc in the Big Apple, aims at Mitt Romney's crotch and gives him a good, hard kick. Good! I'm tired of so-called "news" organizations that treat the crap that spews from
In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina members of the media noticed there was widespread devastation in the South. Watching it on television, as a person of Southern heritage, to me it was clear: “Some of that was like that before the
August 29, 2005 - Hurricane Katrina with 3 reports - the first from radio station WJBO in Baton Rouge. The second a morning report from WTOP and the third, an afternoon report from WTOP. In case you forgot.
Hurricane Katrina aftermath - reports via CBS News and eyewitnesses on the ground of the devastation and flooding throughout the Gulf Coast region. August 31, 2005