WebMemo posted April 9, 2003
Facts About WMD Threats Against Washington, D.C.
is an obvious target for any potential terrorist attack, but the
reality behind possible non-conventional threats might surprise
many. Deterrents in place range from building codes and restricted
air space to thorough policing and controlling fear and panic.
A non-conventional emergency may be comprised of…
WebMemo posted September 14, 2001
Facts and Figures About Terrorism
The numbers coming out of what happened in New York and
Washington last Tuesday are almost too big to comprehend: Thousands
believed dead. Millions of pounds of rubble where the World Trade
Center and part of the Pentagon stood. Billions of dollars expected
to be sent to New York as aid.
That's why Heritage Foundation analysts are trying to give these
Executive Memorandum posted October 18, 2000
What Taxpayers Should Ask About COPS
President Clinton vowed upon taking office to lower
national crime rates by putting 100,000 more police officers on the
streets to patrol crime-prone communities. The result was the
Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, which tasked
the Attorney General with implementing a six-year, $8.8 billion
grant program administered by the Office of Community…