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NAM Member Calls on House Armed Services Committee to Halt Defense Cuts  June 25, 2011 – 12:25 pm
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Della Williams testifies before the House Armed Services Committee in a hearing to examine the implications of sequestration and its potential effects on the national defense industry.

Today the House Armed Services held a full committee hearing entitled Sequestration Implementation Options and the Effects on National Defense: Industry Perspectives.  The hearing focused on the looming defense cuts coming in 2013 that threatens both our national and economic security. The NAM recently released a study that shows the impending cuts will cost over 1 million jobs across the country.

Della Williams, President & Chief Executive Officer of Williams-Pyro and NAM Board Member testified before the committee, providing an in depth look at the impact of pending defense cuts on small business’ and putting a face to the devastating ripple effect the cuts will have on the supply chain.

Lockheed Martin Chairman and CEO Robert Stevens, a NAM member, also testified before the committee.

In her testimony, Mrs. Williams made it clear that the negative effects will not occur in a vacuum – but rather across our entire economy. “So these cuts will not just impact a few large companies. These cuts will flow down the supply chain and through the broader economy. They will impact companies, like mine and threaten the jobs of thousands of skilled workers. If small business—and I would submit even further, manufacturing— is an engine for economic growth, why are we making decisions that will inevitably stall that engine? ”

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...and take this to the political forum.
This looks like just another Time attempt to capitalize on a currently popular theme in American politics and public controversy (with nothing selling like controversy), regardless of the quality of the research, its claims, or the effect of its implicit endorsement of questionable science or ideas.
To remind: Time-Life Publishing was one of t...es - labeled "intuitive" or "analytic" by the authors. The "significant" (statistical, implied) but small effects observed only make the ultimate meaning more obscure.
Taking its conclusions uncritically and at face value, it's more like a polemic designed to inflame, even more, the religiously convicted against "evil science" in the ongoing war against science. It belongs in the shit-can.

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Actually, I have a bachelor's degree in education. But I always thought implying that I had a B.A. in English sounded a little more, well, intellectual. And it isn't really a ...nt six months checking simple facts like education, length of previous employment, and job titles and duties.
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