Month: August 2005

Americans Aiding Americans

Hurricane Katrina Relief Chuck Simmins has a very very green page up detailing the donations by American citizens and corporations for Katrina assistance, much like he did for the “Stingy List” of Tsunami donations this past spring. Most of the entries have links to the news story about that particular donation. Keep an eye on […]

Fineman’s sure hoping so, anyway

A political hurricane is gathering force Nope. No bias here. Just the facts. As we approach the fourth anniversary of 9/11, Americans are facing a different anguish from a different, but no less iconic city. New Yorkers, on behalf of the rest of us, absorbed Al Qaeda’s attack and came back stronger than ever. We […]

Watch Michael Yon

Gates of Fire I think everyone has already pointed this out, but if you haven’t listened to them, listen to me. Go read. Although the situation in Mosul is better, our troops still fight here every day. This may not be the war some folks had in mind a few years ago. But once the […]


9/11 seen as sparking Arab economic boom AP/Washington Times: DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — The September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks are increasingly viewed in the oil-rich Arab countries of the Persian Gulf as the catalyst for an economic boom when Arabs divested from America and reinvested at home. Arab investors pulled tens of billions of […]