New Orleans goes on but is far from over. Food prices and economic turmoil, like we needed that, have pushed the number of hungry to almost 1 billion, a 7th.
For millions of people in developing countries, eating the minimum amount of food every day to live an active and healthy life is a distant dream. The structural problems of hunger, like the lack of access to land, credit and employment, combined with high food prices remain a dire reality.
But, but, oh, the banks, the cars, portents and war.
Damn rush to nonsense.
Noisy pulpits uppermost.
Oops, my incongruity misaligns.