The inauguration will be a learning experience for President Trump in more ways than one. To begin with, he’ll see first hand just how hard it will be to re–establish the rule of law in the United States and he will learn just how deep the “resistance” to his administration extends into government. 261 more words
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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A counterterrorism report by homeland security experts has found that homegrown violent extremists are the single-highest threat to the state of New Jersey. 121 more words
In America’s never-ending war against terror – and obnoxious airline passengers – airport security screeners nationwide have been instructed to occasionally engage would-be passengers in seemingly innocuous small talk to see if they might create a problem once they’re airborne. 464 more words
During my tenure as Secretary of DHS we have worked aggressively to enhance the cyber security of federal civilian executive branch networks. This has included deployment of EINSTEIN across all civilian departments and agencies. 117 more words
The scrunt, who is already married, married her own brother to get him into the country. But in Minnesotistan, immigration fraud is no problem.
That’s who we are now. 2,036 more words
(NationalSentinel) For weeks there have been reports and rumors circulating about a number of organizations that allegedly were preparing to show up en masse to disrespect the inaugural process and disrupt the swearing in of President-elect Donald J. 659 more words
by Kate Tummarello
Electronic Frontier Foundation, Jan. 12, 2017
January 14, 2017
With mere days left before President-elect Donald Trump takes the White House, President Barack Obama’s administration just finalized rules to make it easier for the nation’s intelligence agencies to share unfiltered information about innocent people. 499 more words