Month: September 2005

The blame game

As the press tries their best to make Houston’s traffic jam the equivalent to roaming gangs of anarchists we must remember there is a vast difference between inconvenience and incompetence. I am reminded of a snow event in Buffalo a few years ago in which a short stretch of the thruway got several feet of… Read more »

How could the press have dropped this one?

As I made a run for some needed supplies to our local hard ware store the radio caught my attention: “According to ABC News … Amid the chaos and confusion that engulfed New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina struck, a congressman used National Guard troops to check on his property and rescue his personal belongings —… Read more »

The last straw … Oil for Food

In one of several article written by this columnist concerning the United Nations Oil for Food Scandal (OFFS) … from Dec. 04: “This austere international body never once objected … as many, many Iraqi children died of starvation. Congress has revealed that Kofi Annan’s top aid and son were part of the scheme … weapons… Read more »

Katrina … what have we learned?

Katrina will go down as the worst natural disaster in American History. America is use to helping others … as well it should … it’s charity has been blessed. That being said, when America could ‘use a break’ we do not see many countries lining up in an effort to reciprocate. Rather, according to,… Read more »