A person with a gun and a government badge asked me to swear in writing that a lie was true today. And when I didn't do what she wanted she simply took my boat and asked me to leave.Read more »
In Kentucky, a homeland security law requires the state’s citizens to acknowledge the security provided by the Almighty God--or risk 12 months in prison.Read more »
Security officials lifted bandages from recent surgeries, lifted her shirt to check feeding tubes and broke open an IV bag of saline solution, all in full view of other passengersRead more »
Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers will target five counties during Memorial Day weekend. Judges will be on call to approve warrants around the clock and medical technicians will be available to draw blood while DUI suspects are held.Read more »
According to an Albany City Council member, the Albany Police Department has decided to back out of an agreement with Berkeley Police Department and UCPD to purchase an armored vehicle through a federal grant.
The $170,000 federal grant to purchase a Lenco BearCat will come from the Urban Areas Security Initiative, a Department of Homeland Security nonprofit organization that is intended to financially support agencies that are at high risk of a terrorist attack with “security enhancements.”...Read more »
Organizations and facilities considered vulnerable to terrorist attacks to receive funding as part of grant program’s seventh allocation.Read more »
It looks like the TSA finally caught on to how much Americans enjoy having their genitals fondled: the US Transportation and Security Administration wants to start charging airline passengers double on screening fees.Read more »
Military drones are already used to survey the border between the US and Mexico, but starting last week, another piece of military technology has made its way back home. The latest surveillance tool to be picked up by the Department of Homeland Security is the Kestrel wide-area camera system, which can capture miles of terrain in a single high-resolution image. The system was originally used in Afghanistan, where it watched perimeters and took pictures of insurgents at bomb emplacements.Read more »
When at work or waiting for an appointment, do you ever glance at the clock? Have you ever been lost in thought, zoned-out and staring? Wow, you are not going to believe this, but that makes you suspicious since those innocent behaviors are now flagged as potential terrorism indicators by the Department of Homeland Security.Read more »
Despite no specific or credible threat, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said she is concerned about the possibility that the terrorist Hezbollah organization might attack the United States. Such an attack, staged or otherwise, would be an open invitation to war with Iran.Read more »
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