PowerUp: National Insecurity

By M.D. Kittle

MADISON — How safe do you feel 21 years after 9/11?

While the U.S. has not experienced the kind of large-scale terrorist attacks that shocked the world on Sept. 11, 2001, a porous Southern border, a flood of fentanyl, the bungled withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan and other policy failures don’t install a lot of confidence in national security.

“It shakes our faith in the system that we think is keeping us safe,” Dakota Wood, senior research fellow for Defense Programs at the Heritage Foundation, told Empower Wisconsin’s M.D. Kittle last week on the Vicki McKenna Show.

What’s the next threat?

Wood is our guest on today’s edition of PowerUp, Empower Wisconsin’s podcast.

Empower Wisconsin | Sept. 14, 2022

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