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Why Texas Hurricane Response Is Model Media Must Ignore

The response to the natural disasters which began when Hurricane Harvey slammed into Rockport Texas is one of epic proportions, both in terms of the government response and compassion from average Americans. While almost everyone on the planet has expressed a genuine concern for the millions of people impacted by these natural disasters, there are some notable exceptions. Beginning with our mainstream media, which has provided almost no honest reporting on the actual recovery efforts because it doesn't provide any political or financial rewards to their resistance movement.

As a long-term critic of bureaucratic corruption and incompetence, I must admit that the government's response in Texas was nothing short of extraordinary. Federal, state and local agencies presented a model of professionalism and efficiency that should make every American proud, with a special acknowledgment to the Texas Department of Transportation which performed with the precision of a military campaign. Law enforcement was everywhere, providing assistance and a sense of security in a sea of chaos and devastation. There was no looting, price gouging or violence against anyone. Just good people coming together to help one another, with the full support of government at every level.

Government's first-responders were most excellent, but it was the churches and aid groups that showed the world why America is exceptional. Humanities best traits were all on display as thousands of volunteers went to work under the worst conditions imaginable, venturing into disaster zones to help people that appeared to have lost everything except hope. Faith became a beacon of light in the darkest hours for so many, illuminating the pathway recovery.

When will mainstream media begin to tell the real stories about American recovery projects?  

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