Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is using Hurricane Sandy to attempt to make the case for more government controls over the Internet. She compared the power outages in the Northeast to what might happen if terrorists launched a cyberattack on power grids.
The election is about the only thing grabbing headlines at the moment; but after next week, the screams about the impending “fiscal cliff” will reach a deafening media roar.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has sued the Department of Homeland Security, demanding information about why its Predator drones have been lent out to law enforcement agencies throughout the Nation.
Senate Republicans said Wednesday that the Administration of Barack Obama is failing miserably in answering questions about the attacks in Benghazi, Libya, as many pundits speculate that the whole story could damn the President’s re-election chances.
A Federal judge has ruled that it is not a violation of the 4th Amendment for police to install surveillance cameras on a person’s private property if they expect a crime is being committed.
If you rely on the polls mainstream media continually publish as a reliable source of information about who may be leading in the Presidential election, beware: The already skewed and confusing results are going to be increasingly unreliable in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
A new executive order signed into law by President Barack Obama quietly last week further empowers the Department of Homeland Security by helping it to create local partnerships between Federal and private institutions “to address homeland security challenges.”
Recent reports show that, despite the increasingly kitschy campaign ads from the left (called by some pundits an attempt to lure younger, more immature voters), the campaign for President Barack Obama lacks youth support in key battleground States.
Mainstream media continue to push the idea that the upcoming Presidential election is about race. A recent Associated Press poll claims that 51 percent of Americans harbor negative feelings toward blacks.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is looking for potential future additions to the United States’ massive security/surveillance apparatus; her agency has begun target kindergarten-aged children with cybersecurity training.