Little Oversight At Largest Enforcement Agency–Customs/Border Protection

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When President George W. Bush created the Department of Homeland Security in 2001, he vowed that, “By ending duplication and overlap, we will spend less on overhead, and more on protecting America.” It didn't quite work out that way, reports the Texas Observer. DHS’ Customs and Border Protection unit, now the nation’s largest law enforcement
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