Posted at 2:52 PM on March 5, 2010
by Sanden Totten
When the earthquake struck last week, it shocked the people of Chile. The looting that followed was also terribly shocking according to Pastor Maurice Alvarado. He described it as a "moral quake."
Father Alvarado is a Catholic priest in Valparaiso, a city north of the earthquake's epicenter. He told In The Loop that while some of the behavior seen after the catastrophe disturbed him, all in all Chileans are acting fast to heal from the devastation.
Posted at 5:11 PM on March 5, 2010
by Jeff Horwich
* A talk with the creator of ChurchRater.com
* Father Maurice Alvarado on the Chilean national character
* Faron Williams with details of the revenge-fantasy also called the "Securities Transaction Tax"
* Sanden stops by with odd things correlated with the recession
* A song for Sen. Jim Bunning (video)
* Folksinger Heatherlyn rounds out our "Starving Artist" series.
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