Rising Homeland Security Costs Worry State Leaders, Surveys Say
- Investing in freedom--a courageous choice. Camper, Jack // Inside Tucson Business;9/9/2002, Vol. 12 Issue 24, p11B
Focuses on the essence of freedom in the U.S. Effects of social and economic problems on the citizens; Impact of freedom on every aspect of life; Involvement of the idea of freedom in achieving national security.
- Fighting Ducks. Schupak, Hedda T. // JCK;Aug2002, Vol. 173 Issue 8, p112
Focuses on the issues related to jewelry industry in the U.S. Issues of economic condition and security on industry; Threats of terrorism; Importance of business connections within the industry.
- Economic Crisis Underlines Need for U.S. National Security Reform. Augustine, Norman // World Politics Review (19446284);4/23/2009, p3
This article analyzes the impact of the economic crisis on U.S. national security and homeland security. According to the article, the crisis will be felt in enhanced dangers to national security and homeland security. However, it notes that the national security system frequently sees threats...
- Economy's strength tied to national security. Dobbs, Lou // Caribbean Business;10/24/2002, Vol. 30 Issue 43, p24
Focuses on the interrelationship between national security and the economy in the U.S. Statement of Dick Gephardt, the House Democratic leader on the failure of the government to plan for an economic growth; Cost of going to war against radical Islamists; Impact of a biological attack on the...
- The Pain and the Promise. Wishard, William van Dusen // Vital Speeches of the Day;5/15/75, Vol. 41 Issue 15, p461
Presents the text of a speech given by William van Dusen Wishard, executive director of the President's Advisory Council on Minority Business Enterprise, on April 9, 1975, which focuses on national security and economic conditions in the U.S.
- Whither Protectionism? Reich, Robert B. // Harvard International Review;10th Anniversary Issue, p100
The article discusses the economic policy of protectionism in the U.S. Around 35 percent of U.S. manufactured goods are protected. Further, protectionism is rising among all industrialized nations. The rates of protected goods and services have increased by 15 percent. However, for registering a...
- From Budgets to Ballots. Simendinger, Alexis; Victor, Kirk // National Journal;2/09/2002, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p392
Reports on the stand of Republican and Democratic parties on homeland security spending proposed by U.S. President George W. Bush. Estimated budget deficit for 2002 and taxation cuts on security spending; Issue regarding the expenditure on health plans; Opposition raised by both political...
- SAFE OR SORRY? Soas, Amir // Smart Business Cleveland;Apr2011, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p12
The author discusses the issue of China surpassing the U.S. in manufacturing and its impact on national security. He blames globalization and lax regulation as the beginning of the loss of the loss of American manufacturing jobs and factories. He notes that an additional 90,000 manufacturing...
- On Second Thought. // Time;5/18/1953, Vol. 61 Issue 20, p25
The article discusses the proposal of Brooklyn, New York City Representative John Rooney for the U.S. House to deny the heads of the State, Commerce and Justice Departments the right to dismiss civil servants without hearing. Some arguments against the right to fire civil servants are given,...