Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com November 5, 2013 The Department of Homeland Security is to spend $19 million dollars on a private security force in Wisconsin and Minnesota, an armed unit that must have a “Top Secret security clearance according to…
The Department of Homeland Security is researching the use of spy drones to monitor and provide surveillance on major ˜public safety events.’
This has led some to worry that thousands of unmanned aircraft could be used by the federal government to quell civil unrest in the run-up to the November 6 presidential election.
I just have to wonder is Veterans Day and Memorial Day a national Holiday where goverment workers get a paid day off when Homeland Security calls all veterans potential domestic terrorist.
The shock of a video of a Transportation Security Administration screener patting down a 6-year-old child has drawn anger and even a subsequent potential legislative response. But the TSA’s actions were not improper, says Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.
Giving Transportation Security Administration agents a peek under your clothes may soon be a practice that goes well beyond airport checkpoints. Newly uncovered documents show that as early as 2006, the Department of Homeland Security has been planning pilot programs to deploy mobile scanning units that can be set up at public events and in train stations, along with mobile x-ray vans capable of scanning pedestrians on city streets.
In case you haven’t been paying attention, we are entering a Police State. Alex Jones points out some the milestones on this downward slide our country is taking from liberty to tyranny.
While they’ve made strides in arresting illegals and building a fence along the U.S.-Mexico line, the Border Patrol only has “operational control of 44 percent of the southern border, and of that only 15 percent is air tight, according to new General Accountability Office report.
New software is just another PR ploy to deflect gross rights violations says group suing TSA
The Obama administration’s approach to U.S.-Mexico border security “is working, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said on Monday, and anyone who suggests otherwise is “misstating the facts and unfairly politicizing border issues.
Babeu said Napolitano’s claim was “not surprising. But he also said her remarks did not reflect conditions on the ground in Arizona where in the last two years the amount of illegal drugs entering the state that have been confiscated by local authorities has doubled, and the number of pursuits of criminal illegal aliens has tripled.