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How Much Longer Until the Government Thinks Everybody Is a Terrorist?

The latest document leak from The Intercept (that’s Glenn Greenwald’s new web publication) comes not from Edward Snowden, it seems. Instead, an unidentified source within the intelligence community has provided… 837 more words

American Citizens

More foreign nurses may qualify for temporary work visas

By Cristina A. Godinez

More foreign nurses may be able to come and work in the U.S. sooner than usual, following the release of a recent memo by the U.S. 784 more words

Immigration

'Operation Coyote' Targets Smugglers in Rio Grande Valley, Houston

(HOUSTON) — The Department of Homeland Security is targeting human smuggling organizations that are bringing people to the United States illegally.

It’s called Operation Coyote… 231 more words

Local

Oakland County Launches #OakAlert: Emergency Alert System

It’s almost impossible to detect when an emergency is going to happen. But that doesn’t mean we can’t take a proactive approach to handling emergency situations. 328 more words

2014

Federals lowball number of children crossing the border

The Department of Homeland Security appears to have low-balled its estimates of the number of unaccompanied alien children it’s publicly claiming will arrive in the U.S. 77 more words

Politics

MILITARIZED HOMELAND SECURITY INVASION OF TOWN WAS OVER DOWNLOADING OF INDECENT IMAGES

Overkill? Huge show of force all to catch one bad guy with a laptop

by PAUL JOSEPH WATSON | JULY 15, 2014

The Department of Homeland Security’s militarized invasion of a small town in Illinois was not in response to a gang of dangerous drug dealers or an armed assailant, but in order to bust a single man accused of downloading indecent images to his home computer. 355 more words