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Backtracking on Promises for Katrina Recovery

By Remy Benoit

From the AP at MSNBC Report: Little progress on Katrina contracts
In some cases, Bush administration backtracked on pledge to rectify errors.

It is August, the second August since Katrina, and from now until mid-September we are in the height of hurricane season.

All that has not been done says so very much to the concern of the government for the people here, and anywhere else in the country who is watching this not unfold.

Where is the money, the attention going?
Here is one place. From Derrick Jackson at The Boston Globe The $63 billion sham.

Josh Silver speaks to the demise of the free press at The Huffington Post Murdoch: Bad for Journalism, Bad for Democracy.

From Scott Ritter at Truthdig A Call to Service.

Naomi Wolfe asks an important question - What country is this? From the Huffington Post Time for a Democracy Movement.

From Glenn W. Smith at Truthout Congress, Bush and the Real Constitutional Crisis.


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