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TOLOCZKO: U.S. moving backward on missile capability
National security under attack
Question of the Day
With homeland defense largely ignored by the administration, the American people and Congress must demand missile defense be treated as a national security priority. We don’t need to merely preserve it – our response to growing threats should be to keep a step ahead.
“Sequester” means to forcibly take enemy property, ostensibly to protect it. Under the White House’s operating definition, the American homeland has become the enemy and we are the ones unprotected.
Kerri Toloczko is a senior fellow at Frontiers of Freedom.
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