Tag: DHS
Is the FBI a Private Investigator? Questions Arise in Unsolved “Death” of DHS Whistleblower
As its name implies, the FBI is all about investigation, but a recent case raises questions about the bureau’s performance in that role. February 21 marked one year since Department of Homeland Security whistleblower Philip Haney, author of See Something Say Nothing, was “found deceased” in Amador County, California. Initial reports of suicide were...
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Obama’s “Emergency” Control Over Private Telcommunications: The Terrorists Win
In the days following 9/11, we heard many poignant recordings of phone messages between victims caught up in the terrorist attacks and their families. Perhaps the most stirring was that from the mother of Mark Bingham, informing her son aboard United Flight 93 that planes were being used as weapons and urging him to...
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Another Agency in Search of a Mission: Department of Homeland Security Issues Warning on Turkey Fryers
Thank goodness for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)—the $57 billion per year super-agency created when the already bloated Department of Defense turned out to be incapable of defending even its own Pentagon headquarters. I mean, if it didn’t exist, how else could Americans learn that vats of boiling oil pose a danger? For...
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