Homeland security analyst Christian Beckner obviously didn't sleep too much last night. Or he played hooky from his day job. Or both. Those are the only explanations I can come up with for the exhaustive, five part analysis he put together of the DHS budget, just 18 hours after the thing was released.Border security was the biggest "winner," Christian tells us. Domestic nuclear detection gets a bunch more cash, too. Click through the links to see how DHS local grant programs, infrastructure protection, and analysis and operations did, too.UPDATE 02/08/06 11:11 AM: Now he's got breakdowns of the aviation and maritime security budgets, too.
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