by Chris Campbell
Laissez Faire Books
Reporting from Cincinnati, Ohio…
Late last night, I interviewed Kenny Clark of Ponchatoula, Louisiana.
As you know, the good people of Louisiana have, once again, fallen to another devastating flood. The “Storm Without a Name” (SWN) has reportedly dropped nearly 3 times more rain than Hurricane Katrina did. Katrina let loose 2.3 trillion gallons of rainwater. SWN dropped 7.1.
Here are the areas most affected: