Mother Nature’s awesome power was put on display again recently in Moore, Okla., when a mile wide tornado paid a visit resulting in a death toll of 24 people, more than 370 injured, and the loss of over 13,000 homes.
Ron Paul has continuously voiced his concerns for less power, control and responsibility of government at the federal level. It's no surprise that Paul answers no when questioned by a CNN news anchor whether FEMA should provide financial aide to the recent tornado victims. Paul also gave the anchor more of an explanation to his response than she seemed ready for.
Nature’s force is at times awe-inspiring, but often downright scary. A woman in West Liberty, Kentucky experienced this first hand when she captured footage of a huge tornado heading towards her direction.
A social worker in a group home for the disabled almost lost his life trying to save residents when a tornado decimated much of Joplin, Missouri this spring. Now, his company’s insurance provider is denying him workman’s compensation.
Judy Pugh has one of the more heartwarming stories to emerge out of the devastating tornadoes which tore through Tuscaloosa, Alabama last month when her missing cat showed up while she was being interviewed for a story about having her home destroyed by the tornadoes.
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