Wednesday, December 3, 2014
A group of Saskatchewanese Canadians stormed down into the warmer US, occupying Wichita, KS. "We live here now", their spokesman said, "this is our home now."
No one is sure how these Canadians managed to get ten armored columns that far south, but one high ranking National Guard spokesman said, under the condition of anonymity:
"No one was quite sure what to do. No one wanted to offend the Canadians."
The Saskatchewanese fly the Rainbow Flag, and wear bright clothing.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Does anyone remember the lawsuits brought against the hurricane protection project back in the seventies? A project that had it been built, New Orleans would've been spared from the deluge that left her in moldy ruins.
The lawsuits halted the project, and since then, no equivalent project has taken its' place. Improvements have been made, especially in the
West Bank. There were lessons learned there in the aftermath of Katrina. Jurisdictions are everywhere raising and shoring up the flood control levees, working on water diversion projects, etc.
Have we learned any thing here? How about this: end the EPA. Don't put our desire to have nature preserved (so our kids can enjoy it, too), over public safety. Do build an effective hurricane protection system, one that will protect New Orleans from a Category 5 storm surge. No ideal is greater than human life.
So the 1,800 or so people who died during the Katrina holocaust could have been spared, had not those leftist loony environmentalists not successfully blocked the project back in the seventies. A stretch, maybe, because there no doubt were other factors in play.