The 2012 US Presidential Election? This election season is all about who wants to control your ability to survive. Unless you have missed the “Breaking News” about weather, earthquake, fire, drought and flood disasters around this country and around the world, the earth will be experiencing radical changes in the next few years or decades. Who will lead us? […]
UN raises Burma cyclone estimate The UN has sharply increased its estimate of those severely affected by Burma’s cyclone to 2.5m people.
The figure was revised up from the 1.5m previously thought to be in need, following the storm 12 days ago.
Since Cyclone Nargis struck, hardly any foreign aid workers […]
Musharraf visits troops in farewell ceremonies before becoming civilian leader (AP)
RAWALPINDI, Pakistan – President Gen. Pervez Musharraf visited troops Tuesday to bid them farewell, a day before he planned to stand down as military chief to become a civilian head of state in a move aimed at easing the country’s political […]
Feds plan IDs to restrict volunteers at disasters Some say program would shield first first responders from needed criticism
Ambitious ID program In an effort to provide better control and coordination, the federal government is launching an ambitious ID program for rescue workers to keep everyday people from swarming to […]