WEB Notes: Make sure you visit the source and look at the photos of the devastation. It is unbelievable.
WEB Notes: Despite horrible news headlines, this is a bright spot to see.
Three weeks after Hurricane Maria made landfall, only 16 percent of Puerto Rico’s residents have electricity, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.
Storm Nate has brought strong winds, torrential rain and some flooding to the US Gulf Coast.
WEB Notes: Why is “Federal Aid”, ie: Taxpayer dollars being given to any of these organizations? Do taxpayer dollars come help me fix my home when it is in need of repair? No. Should tax payer dollars be given to me to fix my home? No. It is my home and my responsibility…
WEB Notes: Absolutely everything has to be politicized in this day and age. This is ridiculous. The US wanted them as a territory, now deal with it and let it be.
WEB Notes: You will want to say a prayer for those who live in Puerto Rico. Often the media builds up the media coverage before the storm hits and provides little more information after the event. The nation has been seriously devastated. It will take time, energy and a lot of resources to restore Puerto Rico to its former state.
WEB Notes: Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those who have been affected by this horrible storm.
As residents of Puerto Rico brace for Hurricane Maria — which slammed into the Caribbean as a Category 5 storm Monday night — Puerto Rico’s governor is calling the storm “the biggest and potentially most catastrophic hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in a century.
Puerto Rico has imposed a rationing of basic supplies including water and baby formula as Hurricane Maria approaches as a Category 5 storm.