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Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) joyfully takes credit for supporting legislation that cut funding for embassy security, leading to the death of three Americans from an attack against an under-staffed outpost in Benghazi, Libya. Paul Ryan, Darrel Issa and other House Republicans voted for an amendment in 2009 to cut $1.2 billion from State operations, including funds for 300 more diplomatic security positions. Under the Paul Ryan's budget, non-defense discretionary spending, which includes State Department funding, would be slashed nearly 20 percent in 2014, which would translate to more than $400 million in additional cuts to embassy security. Austerity (pointless government spending cuts) literally do kill. Don't vote Republican.
Moderator: Dr. Ed Mlavsky, Chairman, MIT Enterprise Forum, Founding Partner, Gemini Israel Funds. "Funding, Partnering, Achieving: Growth Strategies for Secutiry Technology Companies". The Global Security Challenge Annual Competition, MIT Forum, Tel Aviv University. 6/10/10
http://i-uv.com/utilizing-your-treasury-direct-accounts/ A brief description of what these Treasury Direct Accounts (TDA) are: They are repositories of property being held IN trust, for You. A Factualized trust self secured created on the day of birth for each Being on the planet. The ones that are being accessed right now are called US Treasury Direct Accounts. There are so many accounts all around the planet with your name on it, you would be staggered, not all of them are ever seen. There is state level, federal level, international level.. all these districts… In the old days, someone might find one of these accounts, like a state level one and there would be like 300-400 million in it and the PTW bankers, would say take it and go, sign this and never come back… the bankers would laug...
Tampa International could lose security funding affecting the number of officers at the airport.
++NONE OF THE SECURITY GUARDS FEATURED IN THIS VIDEO PACKAGE ARE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE LOW STANDARDS DISCUSSED IN THE STORYLINE++ AP Television Near Ash Springs, Colorado - 14 May 2007 1. Uniformed guards make raid on building during training exercise 2. Door opens and hand grenade dropped to floor 3. Aerial view of soldiers entering smoke-filled room, AUDIO of gunfire 4. David Bradley, General Manager of Wackenhut Services Nevada Team, shaking hands with guards 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) David Bradley, General Manager - Wackenhut Services Nevada Team: "Failure on our part is a failure of, to protect a national security asset and we don't see that ever occurring. What you saw out here today was just one facet of this whole organisation being able to perform their duties to a very, ve...
Cleve Bryan reports.
Sen. John Boozman, R-Arkansas, is criticizing his colleagues across the aisle for their blockage of a bill funding defense policy legislation
Describes the causes of the United States Social Security funding problems. My goal is help people learn more about the true Social Security situation and feel more confident about their retirement. Here is a link to the second video on potential funding solutions: http://youtu.be/NkRGIMdZ9yA
Is it true you voted to cut embassy security funding? "Absolutely, we have to make priorities and choices in this country." A year before Benghazi, the Secretary of State warned Congress that cuts to embassy security would put American lives at risk. Republicans ignored those warnings and prioritized tax cuts for the richest to "starve the beast" (government) from essential operating funds and then loudly blamed others to hide any culpability. Follow me on Twitter: @BryanDawsonUSA
Security operations for the 2017 National Election have been appropriated 121 million kina. However, these monies will be shared between the three disciplinary forces. Police Commissioner, Gari Baki, said all three forces will be working together to provide security, prior to and during the election. - visit us at http://www.emtv.com.pg/ for the latest news...
Spoof on the funding of aiprort security shortly after 9/11
After a weeklong recess, the U.S. Congress gets back to work facing a deadline: funding for domestic security operations expires at the end of the month. A Republican attempt to block President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration has been a sticking point in authorizing new spending for the Department of Homeland Security. Michael Bowman reports. Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/media/video/us-congress-faces-deadline-on-domestic-security-funding/2654490.html
The scheme is one of the main commitments contained within the Government Hate Crime Action Plan. It will provide protective security measures to places of worship that have been subject to, or are vulnerable to a hate crime attack. Find out more: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/places-of-worship-security-funding-scheme
Eagle Point Funding's webinar on grant and contract opportunities for cyber security companies.
http://www.tycois.com Hank Monaco, VP of marketing, discusses the ways security directors can land funding for security programs, including taking an existing infrastructure and applying it in different ways using analytics. The ROI demonstrated using these analytics combined with solutions such as access control gives security directors the means to secure funding to implement new technologies across the board and raise the level of security in the environment and broadens the applications for customer benefits.
Feb 24, 2015 Senator Amy Klobuchar talks with Rachel Maddow about the political games congressional Republicans are playing with funding to the Department of Homeland Security and the obligation Congress has to support and protect Americans working under threat.
14/09/2017 Pay rise for Brisbane bus drivers.
The IRS is facing tougher scrutiny than ever from Congress. Last week, lawmakers repeatedly pressed IRS Commissioner John Koskinen on why the agency wasn't moving faster to improve cybersecurity, after hackers were able to breach its computers last year. Koskinen joins Judy Woodruff to discuss their challenges.