Doug Bedell — March 11, 2015, 4:28 pm

Keep DHS Intact, Says Homeland Security Watch

Homeland Security Watch states the case against breaking up the Department of Homeland Security. Such a move evidently isn’t being seriously considered by Congress, but it evidently is favored by a Cato Institute writer. Dismantling DHS’, says HSW, would place the department’s coordinating role against terrorism and in disaster response at risk.

“We’d be better served,” it adds, “by an ongoing policy discussion focused on how it (DHS) can be improved and made more efficient, rather than a debate about breaking it up.”

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