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GOP Opportunity Zone GOP Opportunity Zone

This is a list of "Pro-Free-Market Ideas for Responding to Hurricane Katrina and High Gas Prices," circulated by the House Republican Study

Sep 23, 2005 / Feature / Naomi Klein

Doing the Math Doing the Math

Here's how we identified more than 11,000 empty, rentable homes in New Orleans:

Sep 20, 2005 / Feature / Naomi Klein

Purging the Poor Purging the Poor

Why are the poorest victims of Hurricane Katrina being kept out of perfectly livable homes?

Sep 22, 2005 / Feature / Naomi Klein

New Orleans Is Us New Orleans Is Us

New Orleans was not an unpredictable disaster--it was a model for the incompetence of the Bush Administration. And when the next disaster comes, we will all be under water.

Sep 22, 2005 / Column / Eric Alterman

Blackwater Down Blackwater Down

With military and law enforcement forces combing New Orleans in the wake of the storm, why did the federal government feel compelled to hire private security firms Blackwater USA a...

Sep 21, 2005 / Feature / Jeremy Scahill

Bohemia’s Last Frontier Bohemia’s Last Frontier

New Orleans, a city full of idiosyncrasies, must be restored for the benefit of the nation as a whole.

Sep 15, 2005 / Feature / Curtis Wilkie

Intelligible Design Intelligible Design

Intellectually, scientifically, even artistically, fundamentalism is a road to nowhere, because it insists on fidelity to revealed truths that are not true.

Sep 15, 2005 / Column / Katha Pollitt

Levee Town Levee Town

There are decades of memos from engineers and contractors setting forth budgets to build up the Gulf Coast's levees, but Bush wouldn't let them be.

Sep 15, 2005 / Beat the Devil / Alexander Cockburn

Further Words From George W. Bush After He Said to FEMA Chief Michael Brown, ‘Brownie, You’re Doing a Heckuva Job.’ Further Words From George W. Bush After He Said to FEMA Chief Michael Brown, ‘Brownie, You’re Doing a Heckuva Job.’

Perhaps Bush is beginning to regret picking a horse expert to heard FEMA.

Sep 15, 2005 / Column / Calvin Trillin

Bread, Roses and the Flood Bread, Roses and the Flood

The only bright spot in this man-made disaster has been the wave of public outrage at the Administration's failure to provide aid to the most vulnerable.

Sep 15, 2005 / Books & the Arts / Eric Foner

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