Category: American National Security

December 30, 2010

Terror bombings: US Embassies placed on high alert

Filed under: American National Security,War On Terror - 30 Dec 2010

As a result of the Christmas season bombings of the Ukrainian, Swiss and Chilean embassies in Rome, Italy, the U.S. State Department directed all U.S. Embassies to review security protocols including procedures for screening and opening mail.

December 22, 2010

Napolitano visits Arizona-Mexico border

Filed under: American National Security,Immigration - 22 Dec 2010

Under intense pressure by the law enforcement community and many lawmakers, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano visited the Arizona-Mexican border on Thursday and Friday after the latest incident of violence by Mexican nationals.

December 16, 2010

Ending the TSA Madness: Listen Up, Folks, Here’s How You Win the Profiling Debate

One thing that saddens me about the TSA security controversy is that we’re missing a great opportunity. Sure, the insanity of patting down three-year-old, blonde-haired lasses and octogenarian grandmothers with prosthetics has caused a great backlash, as more and …

December 10, 2010

Dial TSA For Murder

The public furor over enhanced security screening policies implemented by the Transportation Security Administration has its roots in the September 11 terrorist attacks. On that date, 19 Muslim foreigners who were terrorist sleeper cells boarded four jetliners, overpowered the aircrew, …

December 9, 2010

Wikileaks’ Julian Assange calls for Obama to step down

Filed under: American National Security,In The News - 09 Dec 2010

In an effort to take the offensive, WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange demanded that President Barack Obama resign from office if it’s shown that he authorized — or ordered — U.S. State Department officials to conduct covert surveillance on the United Nations …

December 7, 2010

In Defense of Hillary Clinton Against the WikiLeaks, and Why She Should Resign

In the days following the WikiLeaks release of illicitly appropriated documents from the State Department, Hillary Clinton, who is portrayed in the documents as the antagonist of righteousness, has been subjected to a plethora of calls to resign. Julian Assange, …

December 3, 2010

Wikileaks leaker an angry and confused soldier

Army Specialist Bradley Manning is again making headlines about his role in leaking classified documents to a so-called blogger who has subsequently released tens of thousands of military and diplomatic secrets. Last August, the Law Enforcement Examiner introduced readers to …


Discussion of TSA’s recent actions has focused on procedures. But procedures do not implement themselves. Someone has to be comfortable with looking at naked pictures of strangers. Someone has to be comfortable searching breasts and testicles for likely nonexistent explosives. …

December 2, 2010

My Personal “Pat-Down” Experience

The images on television of children, the elderly, and other individuals who pose zero threat to our aviation security experiencing “pat-downs” by TSA officials at airports is disturbing. This issue became personal to me as I was forced into …

December 1, 2010

Somali terror teen nailed in car-bomb plot in Oregon

Filed under: American National Security,War On Terror - 01 Dec 2010

U.S. counterterrorists nailed a Somali national after he attempted to blow up an improvised explosive device at a Christmas tree lighting celebration at Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland, Oregon.

November 30, 2010

The Emperor’s Last Laugh

Once upon a time, there lived a vain Emperor. Because he was a man of little substance, he knew he had to project a grand image to fool his subjects. Consequently, he was forever talking with raised chin, dressing inelegant …

November 29, 2010

The TSA Versus American Manhood

I’m not a politician, although some of my friends have told me I should consider running for public office. That will never happen though, primarily because I’m not wealthy, and secondarily because I’m not mentally impaired. Of course, if I …

November 26, 2010

Obama’s airport security strategy dictated by CAIR

Filed under: American National Security,What The F@#K?!? - 26 Nov 2010

Obama said counterterrorism experts have told him that the current procedures are the only ones that they think can effectively guard against threats such as last year’s attempted Christmas-day bombing.

Disband the TSA

It is September 11 that immediately comes to mind when most Americans think of terrorism. Although the 9/11 attacks were indeed horrific terrorism’s first big heyday may have been the 1980s.

November 24, 2010

Holiday Travel Fun With The TSA

Federal Agents are notorious for their lack of humor in humorous situations. And granted there are certain times when humor is not called for. When the Secret Service has you prone and with a gun to your head …

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