Gov at Work: Hurricane Sandy Victims Drowning in Paperwork

It is taken for granted that victims of Hurricane Sandy should get Federal help. Insurance companies cannot possibly be sufficient. Neither can private charity. Nor should people feel any additional pressure about where they choose to live. Floods and storms can only be dealt with by the Federal government and its amazing resources. OK, but how is that working for you? According to the New York Daily News, “Small businesses applying for federal loans to recover from Hurricane Sandy are Read more […]

The Most Politically Protected President in History

Our United Nations Ambassador is a “blameless target” for Benghazi. The president urges other political representatives to “take (him) on” instead of Susan Rice, the current United States Ambassador to the United Nations. The president, according to a sycophantic Governor Andrew Cuomo, has “fixed” the havoc wrought by hurricane Sandy. The president declares November 15th America Recycles Day. The president renews his attacks on “the rich,” continuing to blame George Bush and ignoring Read more […]

Forget About the Elections, What Does Hurricane Sandy Reveal About Us?

“Everyone then who hears these words of mine and does them will be like a wise man who built his house on the rock. And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house, but it did not fall, because it had been founded on the rock. And everyone who hears these words of mine and does not do them will be like a foolish man who built his house on the sand. And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell, and great Read more […]

Obama’s Katrina: Sandy Victims Suffer While Liberal ‘Leaders’ Jog On

Remember Hurricane Katrina, the “worst natural disaster in history”? With an estimated $125 billion in damage, the effects are still lingering today. And it was all Bush’s fault, from start to finish, from the inadequate berms protecting New Orleans to the looting, the rapes and the inability of FEMA to get water to refugees in the Superdome — or so we were told. The reality was somewhat different as many of the post-disaster delays were the fault of foot-dragging and red tape imposed by the Read more […]

God’s Beneficence and Man’s Arrogance

With the clean-up effort just beginning after Hurricane Sandy in New York and New Jersey, many attempts at returning to “normalcy” are being complicated by long lines, high demand, and short supply. Tempers are flaring and looters are out in full force, looking to turn a bad situation into a quick profit. With his regular schedule on temporary hold, one writer in the area took to writing a short theology of weather, or more specifically, what he referred to as “A Jewish View of Hurricanes.” Not Read more […]

NJ Turns Away Non-Union Utility Workers from Alabama

Update 11:00 AM: New reports are surfacing that Huntsville Utilities has denied being turned away, yet Decatur Utilities has been unavailable to comment. New York and New Jersey have been hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy. Some people might not get electricity for another week or more. There aren’t enough utility workers to make the repairs. Utility workers from other states are donating their services to help. Alabama Power Co. and electric cooperatives in Alabama have sent more than 1,000 workers Read more […]

Romney Delivers Hurricane Relief While Clinton Compares Him to Hurricane Sandy

On the eve of the biggest storm to hit the eastern seaboard of the United States in 100 years, Bill Clinton was delivering a speech revving up Democrat zombies for Senate candidate Chris Murphy of Connecticut: “On the eve of a hurricane-induced break in the political season, Bill Clinton gave Democrats a 30-minute pep talk Sunday, framing U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy’s race for U.S. Senate as an election of national interest.” “‘We’re coming down to the 11th hour. We’re facing a violent storm,’ Read more […]