Mass media, industry, and Washington, DC have begun their inevitable hysteria and gamesmanship as the Horizon slick steadily grows and threatens more and more of the Gulf coast.
In a simply unconscionable act of pure institutionalized racism and xenophobia, Arizona is attempting to purge its school system of foreign teachers and curricula that emphasize ethnic diversity.
The world appears to have finally woken up to the vast and steadily growing disaster that is the Deepwater Horizon spill. We are seeing the start of a slow-motion replay of the Exxon Valdez disaster.
Initial responses from some major environmental organizations one might expect to be very strong have been very tepid indeed. Let’s monitor these various organizations over time and see if they earn their donations and membership fees.
Following on the footsteps of the Massey collapse, a mine in Kentucky has collapsed as well. Authorities fear fatalities.
A third Horizon leak has been discovered. Officials place the new spill rate at about five times the previously reported rate, or, conservatively, 200,000 gallons of crude oil per day.
As oil continues to spew into the Gulf from the leaking well left behind the wreck of the Deepwater Horizon, the pro-drilling Obama administration demands an “investigation” that drilling supporter Mary Landrieu attempts to use for political cover.
The most symbolic, appropriately timed oil spill disaster ever is being ignored by the political class as an insufficient Federal and industry response continues to fail to stop the spill.
Oklahoma, against the will of the Democrat governor, declares women to be subjugated baby factories …
As the oil spill continues unabated from the collapsed riser pipe left behind the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon, the politicians begin their inevitable tepid response. Mary Landrieu scuttles for cover …