Heroes of the Week: Dorian’s Good Samaritans

Our heroes this week are all those people who stood up and often risked their lives to help those in need after the devastation of Hurricane Dorian. While rescue workers and first responders are heroes every day we were overwhelmed by stories of average people giving of themselves to help strangers. 6-year-old Jermaine Bell used […]

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Sharpie-Gate Reaches Fever Pitch – Rightfully So

The media frenzy over the doctored Hurricane Dorian map reached new highs (or lows) after NOAA put out an unsigned statement on Friday night retracting a tweet that launched the whole debacle — the Birmingham local National Weather Service forecast office clarifying that the storm track would not impact Alabama.  It led to a downward […]

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One Ridiculous Thing: The President’s Cat Tweet about Sharpie-Gate

One Ridiculous Thing: The President’s Cat Tweet about Sharpie-Gate

pic.twitter.com/QeUbwdsWfr — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 8, 2019 There are no words for this one.  The President ridiculed the media for its extensive coverage of his incorrect, illegal and dangerous tweets and (mis)statements about the track of Hurricane Dorian.  This is funny – but not really.  When you consider the suffering and devastation Hurricane […]

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Hurricane Dorian to Impact SC, NC,  and VA – President is Focused on False Alabama Track

Hurricane Dorian to Impact SC, NC, and VA – President is Focused on False Alabama Track

The latest track of Hurricane Dorian is causing more disruption and dislocation as it moves up the East Coast today and tomorrow, with South and North Carolina and even Virginia in harm’s way as the storm re-strengthened to a strong Category 3, and its storm surge, torrential rains, and wind are expected to cause flooding and power outages in five states. 

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Animals Survive Dorian’s Wrath – With A Little Help

Hurricane Dorian’s ripple effects are still being felt – especially when it comes to the pets and wild animals that also found themselves in the path of the storm.  Our partners the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) are on the ground in the Bahamas and partnering with other key stakeholders helping to save the […]

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Stronger Hurricanes Ahead With More Damage Thanks to Climate Change

Stronger Hurricanes Ahead With More Damage Thanks to Climate Change

As Hurricane Dorian slowly makes its way up the U.S. Southeast coast coming dangerously close to the Carolinas, the storm is growing in sheer size, as is its toll on the people in affected areas, particularly residents of frontline communities, in parts of Florida, Georgia, and North and South Carolina that were battered in recent years by Hurricanes Florence, Michael, and Matthew. 

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