As fires raged in California this week, FEMA Director David Paulison gave federal disaster relief a pat on the back, calling his agency the "new FEMA."
"We're working together as partners," he said at a Wednesday press conference. "That's how it's supposed to work."
Paulison, a 30-year veteran of fire and rescue work, was likely taking a swipe at Michael D. Brown, the former FEMA chief who resigned in the maelstrom of Hurricane Katrina.
Now, in what some see as great irony, Brown is...Full Story