Beans, Bullets, and Boxcars: DOD and the Private Sector

The first question a President asks in times of international crisis is “Where are the carriers?” The first question contingency planners ask is “Where are the cargo ships?” Meanwhile, warfighters are asking “How much fuel & ammunition do we have?”

Preparing to Cope With a Pandemic Flu

There are several ways, none of them easy-or 100 percent certain-to fight a pandemic that could kill hundreds of thousands of everyday citizens. The Los Alamos project suggests that the first-responder focus should be on vaccinations.

Moussaoui: A Murderer Who Deserves to Die!

He is a buffoon, a clown, a danger to his own people. Most important of all, though, Zacarias Moussaoui is a mass murderer who knows right from wrong and should be sentenced to death.

It Is Time for a National I.D. Card

“Immigration Reform” is one of the most important, and most controversial, issues now facing the American people. But no reform bill being considered would work without a requirement for verifiable identification included.

Spotlight Report: Weldon Meets With Fire Service Leaders

Rep. Curt Weldon (R-Pa.), founder of the Congressional Fire Caucus, discusses current programs and future funding prospects with CFSI leaders on the occasion of the annual National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner.

Congresswoman Endangers Capitol Security

When an arrogant and abrasive woman, without presenting proper identification, tries to force her way through a security entrance of a congressional office building, should she be stopped? Or taken at her word that she is a member of Congress?
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