Police say that two of the 18 people shot in New Orleans during a neighborhood Mother’s Day parade were children. The wounded included 10 men, six women, a boy and a girl. The children were both 10 years old.
The immigration reform measure the Senate began debating yesterday would create a national biometric database of virtually every adult in the U.S., in what privacy groups fear could be the first step to a ubiquitous national identification system.
Julia Davis, DHS whistleblower, speaks out on how DHS declared her a “Domestic Terrorist” then dispatched a Blackhawk Helicopter SWAT raid on her home because — She was doing her job protecting the border. After 60 MINUTES interviewed former DHS O
A mock news report produced by the Department of Homeland Security depicts American gun owners as terrorists in another example of how the federal agency is trying to demonize the Second Amendment while itself stockpiling ammunition.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz said the Department of Homeland Security is using roughly 1,000 rounds of ammunition more per person than the U.S. Army, as he and other lawmakers sharply questioned DHS officials on their "massive" bullet buys.
While police in Watertown, Massachusetts closed in on the boat in which 19-year-old terrorist suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had concealed himself, FBI investigators in Chicago were snapping handcuffs on 18-year-old Abdella Ahmed Tounisi as he attempted t
While police in Watertown, Massachusetts closed in on the boat in which 19-year-old terrorist suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had concealed himself, FBI investigators in Chicago were snapping handcuffs on 18-year-old Abdella Ahmed Tounisi
A conservative warhorse exploits the Boston bombings to argue for more government surveillance. He's wrong
Who says bureaucracy is inflexible? While the Boston police state has ordered all humans indoors and all businesses closed, it has apparently made an emergency exception. Many Dunkin' Donuts are open.
Tragically, the “new” CISPA (Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act) has again passed the House (288-127 vote) and will now graduate to the Senate, where (hopefully) it will be struck down once more.
Islamic terror from Caucasus next phase of plan to undermine our liberty
Using futuristic photo-analysis tools, federal agents on the Boston Marathon case pressed the search Thursday for one or more potential suspects seen on video and considered releasing the images to enlist the public's help in hunting down the bombers
Seim, a self-described “portraitist, pictorialist, and wrriter” who left with his family from Washington to go on a road trip, recorded his interaction with employees at an internal checkpoint.
While it has been previously reported that DHS has solicited the purchase of 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition over the next four to five years, the government agency shows only 263,733,362 rounds in its current inventory.
Gregory Grice was 16-years-old, when he ventured to a New York train station to take some photos in 2011. But that didn’t stop police from arresting him while calling him a terrorist.
Look what we found out in the middle of the desert between Hackberry and Peach Springs, AZ - Remember those Civilian Assault Vehicles FEMA ordered to keep order among American Citizens... they ordered 2700 of them according to official reports.
This will be “hackers for good,” and the DHS currently has a need for about 600 of them, Secretary Napolitano added in remarks Tuesday at a Monitor Breakfast.
Owners blame mass DHS Orders, have “never seen ammo shortages this bad”
Rep. says TSA can no longer hide from oversight on his watch
Another fun political cartoon from Tristan Shoubt pokes fun at the now infamous DHS "Active Shooter Situations" video. To share with friends, link to the host page or email firstname.lastname@example.org for permission.Entered By: Jefferson Paine
Bullet buys aimed at drying up market in end run around second amendment
More footage of military vehicles being delivered surfaces online
While the Department of Homeland Security continues to ignore Congress demanding to know why the federal agency is engaged in an apparent arms build-up, the DHS has just announced it plans to purchase another 360,000 rounds
The video raises significant questions in the wake of reports that the Department of Homeland Security, headed by Janet Napolitano, recently purchased around 2,700 MRAP trucks that many believe are to be deployed to local law enforcement agencies aro
Excerpt from an article in this morning's NY Times: Luring Young Web Warriors Is a U.S. Priority. It’s Also a Game.
Local law enforcement agencies across the country are facing an ammo shortage, as gun owners concerned about new laws at the federal and state level stock up on firearms and bullets.
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration, under court order, will start a rulemaking process on its airport screening machines and full-body pat- downs, including collecting and analyzing public comments.
DHS staying mum as members probe for explanations
Congressman Leonard Lance (R-NJ) has come out and demanded that Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano explain why the Department of Homeland Security has been engaging in huge amounts of purchases of ammunition over the past year.
“There are, in increasingly frightening numbers, cells of angry men in the United States preparing for combat,” warns an unusually strident house editorial by the Los Angeles Times. “They are usually heavily armed, blinded by an intractable hatred, o