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Saturday in the News

By Remy Benoit

From the AP and CNN Nagin, Landrieu face off, but will the winner really win?.

Katrina came through on August 29, 2005. It is May 20, 2006, and I have to ask why a major American port city is still in the condition it is?
Perhaps a good part of the reason is four level contracts with big bucks at the top while the local is left picking up the debris.

The hurricane forecast for this year is not sweet.
Be aware, wherever you live. You need to be able to take care of yourself through it.

From the NRA-ILA Congressman Jindal Introduces The "Disaster Recovery Personal rotection Act Of 2006".

From the AP and Guard Stint to Last 2 Years.

From John Psaropoulos, Athens News, and Truthout The Insidious Bias of the Press.

From the AP and MSNBC Iraqi parliament OK's Cabinet on 'historic day' 3 bombings kill 27 as new PM's national unity government is sworn in.


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