Hurricane Irma Archives - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
by | Sep 25, 2017

Images on the evening news in recent weeks, have been gut-wrenchingly sad. When Hurricane Harvey roared into Texas, flooding much of Houston and surrounding communities, my heart was broken to see refugees huddled in horror in shelters and evacuation centers….

by | Sep 13, 2017

Washington Here we sit in the comfort of Washington and we read of the discomfort in Florida. There a massive storm moved from the Caribbean north through south Florida, displacing as many as five million people. It marched up the…

by | Sep 9, 2017

Tampa So this is what ducks in a shooting gallery feel like. Folks on the east coast of Florida are breathing a little easier on this otherwise fine Saturday a.m., while folks on the west coast enter the high anxiety…

by | Sep 7, 2017

What he said was factual, but — as in the case of much of what is factual — it created a firestorm, or a hurricane, if you prefer, of grief. On Tuesday, as the forecast tracks of Hurricane Irma predicted…

by | Sep 6, 2017

On this EconLog post by David Henderson, commenter David Cantor wrote: “There is a further consequence to these very high prices. Matching supply and demand through high prices also means that scarce resources are preferentially allocated to the well-off. I…

by | Sep 6, 2017

Tampa The hurricane options my wife and I are currently wrestling with are like an onion. Peel away one layer of complication and there’s another layer. Peel that one away and… well, you get the idea. Stay or go is…

by | Sep 5, 2017

It’s not quite like the condemned man waiting to hear from the governor as his date with eternity draws near. But not totally unlike it either. In this case, if anxious Floridians hear from the governor, it’s likely to be an evacuation order rather than a reprieve.

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