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Book Review: The Green Beret Survival Guide by Bob Mayer

The Green Beret Survival Guide is a good dose of common sense in how to prepare for surviving emergencies. Read More »

Price Gouging Laws Hurt New Yorkers

Price controls in the wake of Superstorm Sandy are hurting, not helping, recovery efforts. Read More »

Hurricane-Force Politics: Ron Paul Nostalgic For 1900, the Year a Big One Killed 8,000

How can Ron Paul wax nostalgic for the days when so many died in a hurricane that their bodies were buried at sea? Or when the only government assistance was free whiskey to the men charged with clearing the corpses? Read More »

Harvesting the Hurricane

The best we can hope for is far less likely to happen than the worst we can imagine. Read More »

Ron Paul: Get Rid of FEMA and the National Flood Insurance Program

A Libertarian simpleton's view of what should happen when a major disaster strikes. Read More »

DVD Review: The Big Uneasy

Natural Disaster? You don't know the half of it. Read More »

Book Review: Before (During) After: Louisiana Photographers’ Visual Reactions to Hurricane Katrina, Edited by Elizabeth Kleinveld

A visual and literary narrative of how Hurricane Katrina…transformed the lives and work of 12 photographers from Southeast Louisiana. Read More »

Jim Cantore, Hurricane Earl, and the Storm-Waiting Bug

Covering Hurricane Earl, the experience of a visual journalist on the ground in North Carolina's Cape Hatteras. Read More »

Music Review: Foreigner – Can’t Slow Down

AOR legends return from the land of myth, with glistening, melodic rock Read More »