1. Southern Dad

    20,000 pallets of bottled water left untouched in storm-ravaged Puerto Rico

    CNN reports that there are 20,000 pallets of drinking water still sitting on a tarmac more than a year after FEMA brought them to Puerto Rico. The federal government through FEMA or the military is responsible to get the materials and supplies to Puerto Rico but local authorities are...
  2. tecoyah

    American Citizens an FEMA.

    Can you even imagine what it must feel like to be in an American territory right now, knowing that any benefit or protection no longer means squat while you watch the U.S Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico dwell in death and devastation while FEMA is gutted and incapable of assisting you. You...
  3. P

    Deconstructing Government: FEMA

    The proper role of FEMA imo is to protect people and to an extent property immediately before, during, and immediately after a disastrous event, usually a weather event. I disagreed with FEMA providing tens of thousands of trailers for people to loive in years after Katrina. And that was for...