Tag Archives: DHS
G.W. Schulz | Update: Elevated Risk | September 21, 2010 Federal officials are closer to establishing what amounts to a nationwide database of so-called “suspicious activity reports” that describe possible evidence of terrorist attack pla… Continue reading
“A surveillance society must be in place before the government can have absolute power over us, the citizens” –from “Your Body Is Your ID”
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8/31/2010 By Kaye Beach A few weeks ago I devoted an entire show to the subject of the TSA’s use of Full Body Scanners. I suggested that even if you were not concerned about the possible negative health effects of … Continue reading → Continue reading
In light of the recent ruling overturning the immigration enforcement provisions of the new Arizona immigration law (leaving the state only with what amounts to converting state licenses into national ids), patriots and state legislators across the co… Continue reading
So, let me see if I have this straight?
We have been lied to about the safety of the scanners, the capabilities of the machines, the manner in which they would be utilized, and the purpose of them.
Our government is ignoring lawfully submitted pe… Continue reading
From Wired Threat Level By Kim Zetter July 22, 2010 Contrary to the Obama administration’s promised commitment to open government, the Department of Homeland Security, in a highly irregular move, filtered hundreds of public records requests through p… Continue reading