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FEMA Administrator Brock Long Steps Down After Improperly Using Government Vehicles

Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) administrator Brock Long said Thursday he is stepping down from the position after working on “more than 200 declared disasters.” “While this has been the opportunity of the lifetime, it is time for me to go home to my family – my beautiful wife and two incredible boys,” Long said in a statement. “As a ...

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San Juan Mayor that Criticized Relief Efforts Doesn’t Show Up for FEMA Planning Sessions

Mayor Carmen Cruz San Juan Puerto Rico

San Juan’s Mayor, Carmen Yulin Cruz, who spends a lot of time in front of television cameras, can’t be bothered to show up for emergency planning meetings that are held in her own city. During a press conference Friday, Cruz attacked the Trump administration’s response to the hurricane’s destruction. “We are dying, and you are killing us with the inefficiency and ...

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OOPS! FEMA Tweeted Sex Line Phone Number for Hurricane Irma Relief

With the massive response required to assist people who were affected by Hurricane Irma in Florida, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) mistakenly tweeted the number for a phone sex line instead of the number for the Operation Blue Roof program. The error was quickly pointed out and the agency deleted the original tweet and sent out another with the ...

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Churches fight FEMA’s refusal to help them rebuild after Hurricanes

Church in Rockport damaged

Non-profit organizations are able to request relief money from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) unless they are churches. Three churches are fighting back against FEMA by filing suit because the agency refuses to approve their requests for relief money solely because they are religious. Some of the churches served as FEMA coordination points, relief centers, and shelters during the ...

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FEMA: Burned Out Family Can’t Rebuild

Meet the Taylors, a Sacramento family whose home burned down last August. After dealing with the devastation and emotional trauma the family discovered that FEMA had changed the rules for their area and now would require their home be built 20 feet above ground in order to meet the new flood zone designation. While the fire damage was covered by ...

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Hurricane Sandy: Obama’s Social–Worker–in–Chief Moment

Hurricane Sandy — much like Barack Obama — turned out to be an over–hyped phenomenon that failed to deliver. Our portion of the storm in Northern Virginia was so weak the Multicultural Commissars didn’t even bother to give it a Hispanic name, like last summer’s “derecho” (formerly known as “severe thunderstorm”). I tried to lend a hand and come up ...

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How To Heal America’s Festering Wound

 I can’t imagine how anyone in America today can’t see what is going on, can’t see what is happening to their freedom. Sadly, too many people don’t want to see what is happening, but ignoring the problem won’t make it go away. Not only will the problem not go away, it will fester and get worse like a wound that doesn’t ...

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Mack: FEMA Flap Just Latest of White House Lies

WASHINGTON, Sept. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Congressman Connie Mack (FL-14) blasted President Obama and White House officials this afternoon for lying to the American public and employing scare tactics in order to coerce Congress into passing more unnecessary spending. In a letter to fellow members of Congress, Mack cites the Administration’s use of “false numbers and moving timelines” in their attempt to gain more ...

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White House adviser: Obama and Senate powerless against TEA Partiers .. or something

The White House is now admitting that it is powerless against the TEA party freshmen in the House of Representatives. David Plouffe, a senior Obama adviser said “We’re not going to make progress on the deficit, on things we can do right now for jobs, on tax cuts, unless those 30 or 40 Tea Party members of the Republican House ...

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Campaign Of Selfishness And Accountability

Wednesday the House voted 230-195 to stop a $3.7 billion dollar bill to keep government running through November 18th. An odd pairing of Democrats and Tea Party Republicans helped to stop this bill from passing. Now, before you get to excited and think that the Democrats have seen the light… think again! The Democrats were opposed to the bill because ...

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Progressive U.S. Senate Piles on the Debt with 2012 FEMA Bill.

Pretty much everyone in the country wants to fund FEMA ( Federal Emergency Management Agency) to ensure the money is there to help the areas of America that need to recover from the numerous natural disasters of late. Hurricanes, tornadoes, and the subsequent flooding from them have left many towns ravaged and they are in need of federal dollars to ...

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FEMA's Missing, But Not Why You May Think

Americans are asking, “Where’s FEMA?  Why aren’t they involved with the Gulf Oil Spill”.  The answer is as sad as it is strange. Oddly enough, there’s been no formal request from any of the Gulf State Governors to declare the BP Oil Spill a “Federal Disaster Area”.  Instead, there have been numerous requests for aid that would normally follow the ...

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