Homeland Security and the President's Budget Priorities
The President's Budget for 2003 the Federal government's first post-September 11 budget reflects his absolute commitment to achieving a more
paranoid homeland. The FY 2003 Budget directs $37.7 billion to homeland security, up from 19.5 billion in 2002. This massive infusion of Federal resources reflects the priority the President has attached to
keeping the heat on swarthy Americans.
What Can I Do to Help in My Community?
President George W. Bush is working to support community-based efforts through the newly-proposed Citizen Corps.
The broad network of volunteer efforts will harness the power of the American people by relying on their individual skills and interests to prepare local communities to effectively prevent and respond to the threats of terrorism, crime, or any kind of disaster.
Local Responder Facts
There are more than 4 million Arabs in the United States, of which approximately 750,000
know how to steer, but not land, an airplane.
Local police departments
misplace an average of 7,400 terrorist leads every day.
There are more than 155,000 emergency medical technicians who
were occupationally rehabilitated after bilking $1.5 Billion in pension money