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America's bloated military spending leaves little left over to reduce the rampant poverty exposed by Hurricane Katrina. more »
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The White House hopes we haven't noticed it's running a political juggernaut instead of governing effectively. more »
Poor public policy and industry irresponsibility led to the chemical soup inundating New Orleans and Lake Pontchartrain. more »
thenation.com — Why those who argue that the superiority of Wal-Mart's Katrina response proves the private sector is more effective than government are wrong.
Civil liberties in this time of war will be a central question facing a Roberts Court. So far, Roberts has been far too deferential. more »
washingtonpost.com — Katrina demonstrates just how much our dependence on oil makes us vulnerable. It's time to act.
It was claimed that the Internet and satellite TV would topple dictators, but commercial interests are making sure they don't. more »
slate.com — The calamity of Katrina has exposed Bush's empty rhetoric and strategic dysfunction, harming our foreign policy.
Now is the time to transform our government into an effective instrument for rebuilding America. more »
nytimes.com — If the Bush administration isn't held accountable for its response to Hurricane Katrina, it will keep repeating its mistakes.
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