The Big Uneasy

As I write this, I'm watching images of a city I no longer recognize — New Orleans. Death, destruction, debris, despair, and debilitating rage have taken over her once-gracious streets. Hospital workers are dropping in their tracks due to dehydration and exhaustion, with supplies and time running out, while people shoot at helicopters bringing relief. I can't even begin to mourn the people who have died, who have lost everything, who have been displaced to far-off cities. The enormity

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