Monthly Archives: February 2012

Indefinite Detention of US Citiizens!

Almost two years ago out of the blue I had a call from a female novelist writing a book who had been given my name as one who might be speaking on the record and willing to be quoted. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Another fine by FDA of the American Red Cross: Timeline: A History of Red Cross Blood Penalties Since the revocation of DMO-4 by FEMA in early 90’s HHS has yet to issue replacement under E.O. 12919!

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RAND on NGO’s and Resilience!

The role of NGOs in the disaster paradigm of RESILIENCE is the subject of the following report: The Nongovernmental Sector in Disaster Resilience Conference Recommendations for a Policy Agenda by Joie Acosta, Anita Chandra, Sally Sleeper, Benjamin Springgate Save to … Continue reading

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