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September 05, 2005

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» Nobody Home from Crumb Trail
This DeLong post is kind of interesting. They were going to make a DVD. A DVD saying, "you all are on your own." They didn't even care enough to make the DVD before the hurricane season began. No. New... [Read More]

» Everyone Agrees - Government Screwed up from Hatful of Hollow
Just not sure which level of government is all. Brad DeLong accuses local government of totally abandoning its job. My sense, all along, has been that Orleans parish officials failed the city - the provision of city-exclusive public goods are... [Read More]

» You're on your own from Under the Influence
Wow. I'm speechless after reading this. You'd think a democratically elected government accountable to the people would have some minimal threshold below which they would not sink, but Brad DeLong demonstrates, pretty clearly, that in this particular c... [Read More]

» Nobody Home from Crumb Trail
This DeLong post is kind of interesting. They were going to make a DVD. A DVD saying, "you all are on your own." They didn't even care enough to make the DVD before the hurricane season began. No. New... [Read More]

» Mayor Nagin To New Orleans: Drop Dead from Ace of Spades HQ
The disaster-plan was to have no plan at all. You must rely upon yourselves, the plan went, 'cause we're not doin' nothin'. I'm not kidding; that's what they said. NEXT UP: Joshua Micah Ezekiah Taffington Boutros-Boutros Marshall explains how Karl... [Read More]

» Here's Your Evacuation DVD...Now Get Lost from The Bernoulli Effect
Brad DeLong offers damning and unanswerable evidence of the state of New Orleans' hurricane preparedness: In storm, N.O. wants no one left behind; Number of people without cars makes evacuation difficult By Bruce Nolan, Staff writer, New Orleans Times-... [Read More]

» Missing the TV from Last Chance Cafe
Being out of the country shields me from network news, which is mostly a good thing. I wind up getting virtually all of my news from the internet, and I'm pretty well informed of what's gone on relative to the... [Read More]

» Katrina brings out best and worst from The Anchoress
Major emergencies always do tend to bring out the best and worst in both our citizenry and our leadership. In Katrina we saw a lot of the worst in citizen behavior - but now, as things are beginning to stabalize, we are beginning to hear about the be... [Read More]

» New Orleans to poor: 'You are on your own' from Secular Blasphemy
Brad DeLong quotes an article written by Bruce Nolan and published in the New Orleans Times-Picayne , July 24, 2005. [Read More]

» BLAME WHO? MUST READ ON NEW ORLEAN'S HURRICANE EVACUATION PLAN FROM JULY 2005 from Junto Boyz
HatTip to Dan Drezner and Brad DeLong. This is really messed up. Read this article that Brad found: [Read More]

» You're On Your Own from Sierra Faith
Brad DeLong points to a heartbreaking, yet not surprising, New Orleans Times-Picayne article from July 24, 2005.... [Read More]

» "Worse than FEMA" from EdCone.com
Brad DeLong : "New Orleans did not have a functioning government as of the summer of 2005. [Read More]

» Missing the TV from Last Chance Cafe
Being out of the country shields me from network news, which is mostly a good thing. I wind up getting virtually all of my news from the internet, and I'm pretty well informed of what's gone on relative to the... [Read More]

» On the Question of Responsibility from Bruised Orange
So somebody had thought about the busses, but nothing was actually done beyond that. That's where I have a hard time just letting go of the bus issue - I'll admit that I was one of the people who initially thought, "Sure the busses were there, but wh... [Read More]

» No good deed goes unpunished from blogs for industry
Last night in thinking about Tyler Cowan's discussion of why political officials make the decisions they make about disaster preparation, I wrote: "If spending is not sufficient to avert disaster, the politician will be blamed even if the spending part... [Read More]

» Planned defeat from World Magazine Blog
The New Orleans city government is taking hits for a lack of planning, but it turns out that there was a plan -- to send out DVDs to folks without transportation saying they're on their own. Will this catastrophe decrease faith in officials, lead to ca... [Read More]

» A GOOD IDEA from Clive Davis
The Corner's Rod Dreher has a suggestion:My small Louisiana hometown is now overrun with evacuees, and it is expected that many of them won't be leaving. How will the locals handle this sudden doubling of the population (e.g., the schools, [Read More]

» A GOOD IDEA from Clive Davis
The Corner's Rod Dreher has a suggestion:My small Louisiana hometown is now overrun with evacuees, and it is expected that many of them won't be leaving. How will the locals handle this sudden doubling of the population (e.g., the schools, [Read More]

» Church-aided evacuation plans from Overlawyered
Realizing that there were no good plans in place for evacuating the 100,000+ sick or impoverished residents of New Orleans in the event of a hurricane, the Red Cross and a local poverty-action group had... [Read More]

» KATRINA IMPACT - FEW LINKS from Peaktalk
The debate rages on and it will continue to do so for months to come. My initial take involved a discussion of the Delta Works, something that the NYT picked up today in an article about flood control (via Zacht... [Read More]

» Katrina's POLITICAL aftermath (keep the political discussions HERE) from I Love Everything
The Hyatt received supplies from it's corporate parent on Wednesday, but remember, the city was impassible to federal and local assistance providers. This is an intesting cite to a July NO Times-Picayune article on the city's evacuation plan. What di... [Read More]

» Whodunit? from Mister Snitch!
A finger-pointing tsunami! [Read More]

» "When the levee breaks..." from The Electric Smack Shack
...hasn't been used as the title for nearly as many articles and blog posts as I expected, so I'll beg your (No, not you. You!) indulgence as I abuse it here. I haven't said anything about Katrina so far, mainly... [Read More]

» "When the levee breaks..." from The Electric Smack Shack
...hasn't been used as the title for nearly as many articles and blog posts as I expected, so I'll beg your (No, not you. You!) indulgence as I abuse it here. I haven't said anything about Katrina so far, mainly... [Read More]

» Church-aided evacuation plans from Overlawyered
Realizing that there were no good plans in place for evacuating the 100,000+ sick or impoverished residents of New Orleans in the event of a hurricane, the Red Cross and a local poverty-action group had... [Read More]

» Missing the TV from Last Chance Cafe
Being out of the country shields me from network news, which is mostly a good thing. I wind up getting virtually all of my news from the internet, and I'm pretty well informed of what's gone on relative to the... [Read More]

» You're on your own from Under the Influence
Wow. I'm speechless after reading this. You'd think a democratically elected government accountable to the people would have some minimal threshold below which they would not sink, but Brad DeLong demonstrates, pretty clearly, that in this particular c... [Read More]

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