Gongol.com Archives: April 2008
Brian Gongol

April 18, 2008

Weather and Disasters New Madrid or something in California?
Research suggests a massive earthquake is virtually certain somewhere in California within the next 30 years. And yet a noticeable quake has just hit the Midwest, near the New Madrid fault, which is likely to obliterate a huge part of the Mississippi River valley sooner or later. The scary part is that it's virtually impossible to believe that either FEMA or the general public is any better-prepared to handle either crisis than they were before Hurricane Katrina. Have we learned anything?

Socialism Doesn't Work Entertaining ourselves into poverty
Some residents of Tulsa resent being told they might have to help subsidize a complex and extremely contentious migration of an NBA franchise to Oklahoma City. No surprise: It all comes back to the perpetually-abused economic-development system, which should be put out of its misery post-haste.

Water News Mold prevention saves money later

Health Today is self-exam day
Take a minute or two and conduct some basic self-screenings for cancer. Early detection saves lives.

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