Thursday, June 01, 2006

New York and Washington Have Homeland Security Funding Cut

Have the terrorists even heard of Louisville? The New York Times reports that Washington, DC and New York City, the two cities actually targeted by Al Qaeda in 2001, had their homeland security funding cut:
WASHINGTON, May 31 — After vowing to steer a greater share of antiterrorism money to the highest-risk communities, Department of Homeland Security officials on Wednesday announced 2006 grants that slashed money for New York and Washington 40 percent, while other cities including Omaha and Louisville, Ky., got a surge of new dollars.


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