Bermuda leaders are terrified that further taxing corporate profits will alienate the international business community. They are also keenly sensitive to losing companies to other domiciles offshore and onshore. At least that's what they let on in a draft report on the future of Bermuda's development.
America's cities and municipalities have learned from watching the suffering of New Orleans. Now they just must find the time to apply these lessons for emergency preparedness while handling all of the other risks that come their way every day.