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August 31st, 2011
04:02 PM ET

Grading America's homeland security improvements since 9/11

9/11 Commission chairman Tom Kean joins Brooke to discuss America's successes and failures in homeland security since the 9/11 attacks a decade ago.  Immediately following the attacks, the 9/11 Commission recommended 41 different actions to improve America's homeland security.  32 of those recommendations have since been implemented.  But is that enough?  Kean doesn't think so.

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  1. Bob

    I think for the most part Homeland Security has done an excellent job on keep us safe from terroist attacks, but they need to push our president and congress to really secure our borders. This is a real shame we go to other countries and fight for their rights spend billions of dollars, loss of America lives, and thousands more who are disabled. Get out of the other countries they don't want us there anyway, put our troops on our borders and protect the American people and our way of life. Then with all the money saved on other countries use it hear to get our economy growing again and get people back to work. Do not forget keep God in America we need him.

    August 31, 2011 at 4:19 pm |

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