Wednesday, July 05, 2006
Thank you Lolis Elie
Post-Katrina failures stain our history
What does the Fourth of July mean to us, the folks who have survived the worst disaster in U.S. history? ...
All those old stories about the greatness of America's past accomplishments are cheapened when compared with the mediocrity of its current callousness. The history of America's shining moments means nothing, absolutely nothing, unless it informs and guides our behavior today. ...
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