Is The NYPD Racial Profiling?
From The Political Commentator A Terror Cell Is Uncovered In Queens Najibullah Zazi is arrested along with his father and another man, charged with plotting a terrorist act against our country. Raids on apartments found the bomb making material, and information found on a computer showed the blueprint for making the bombs. Nazi Khan, whose apartment Zazi stayed at says that he can’t find work. | Read More »
Afghanistan: Decision By Omission or Commission
From The Political Commentator The McCrystal Plan, The Biden Plan Or No Plan Tick…Tick…Tick… (JournalStar.com) “…The president “wants to be thoughtful, not rash,” Axelrod told an audience at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. “Decisions will be (based) on facts, not instincts,” he said, and will come after Obama has considered both civilian and military advice. “We all ought to be grateful the president is taking the | Read More »
New Al-Qaeda Threat To Our National Security Out Of Africa
From The Political Commentator al-Shabaab Associates Itself With Al-Qaeda Originally formed to fight the Somali government, al-Shabaab, according to FBI Director Robert Mueller, may be looking to expand its’ base of operations to include the United States. The concern involves U.S. citizens that may have travelled to Somalia for training, and who will have no restrictions to returning back home. Now that Al-Qaeda type attacks | Read More »
The Anal Explosive: If It Wasn’t So “Terrorfying”, It Might Be Funny
From The Political and Financial Markets Commentator For The Most Part Undetectable, A New Weapon For The Bad Guys Terrorists blowing themselves up for the purpose of killing and maiming innocent women and children is nothing new. They will indiscriminately take life, supposedly in the name of creating a better world. Now comes the assassination attempt last month against a Saudi Prince by a man | Read More »
Wake Up And Smell The Coffee With Your Bagel And Schmeer
From The Political and Financial Markets Commentator New York City Forced To Welcome The U.N. General Assembly While A Terror Alert Is Issued As New York welcomes back diplomats and world leaders to the U.N. General Assembly, this yearly photo opportunity bonanza with typically little tangible results, the Department of Homeland Security issued an elevated terror alert for mass transit systems around the country. The | Read More »
Is John Murtha About to Plant a Lackey at Homeland Security via Senate Confirmation?
Tomorrow, the United States Senate’s Homeland Security Committee just might vote Tara O’Toole out of committee and send her to the floor for confirmation.The committee may want to look again. Nominated by Janet Napolitano, there is a late breaking disparity in Ms. O’Toole’s testimony — disparate enough to suggest she is hiding some very close times to John Murtha. And the tangled web of lobbyists, | Read More »
Don’t Fear the Reaper; Fear the Right Wing!
According to the Department of Homeland Security report, that is, of which “report’ I am certain you are all very much aware. Still, I’m quoting some of the report below, as it bears repeating…and the reasoning behind said report is something we should keep in mind; the Left strives to silence us. They wish to marginalize us and demonize | Read More »
DOHS recalls latest lexicon
Once again, Homeland Security is running into problems with their definitions. In addition to labelling anti-abortion and illegal-immigration activists as domestic extremists, they go on to say that A “left-wing extremist” is described as someone who opposes war or is dedicated to environmental and animal rights causes, while a “right-wing extremist” is someone who is against abortion or for border enforcement. In another section And, | Read More »
How’s About a Universal Worker ID Card?
Whether or not you like the idea, the framework is in place, thanks to our beloved Department of Homeland Security. Under the authority of the Marine Transportation Security Act of 2002 (MTSA), the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), in conjunction with the Coast Guard (USCG), has instituted the TWIC (Transportation Worker Identity Credential). * Who must get a TWIC? We anticipate that over 1.2 million individuals | Read More »
Airforce One Joyride and the New York Area Dimwits
The panic caused by the Air Force One photo op reminds of what a bunch of idiots occupy the elective offices on both sides of the Hudson River. There is a major homeland security failure off the southern tip of Manhattan. Governor’s Island (GI) is located across a mere 250 yards off of the Battery. GI has for centuries been used as a post for the security of | Read More »
Rules for Dealing With Right Wing Radicals
The dragging manacles scrapping along the halls of power belong to the ghost of Saul Alinsky. He is the phantom influencing the tenor of the politics insuring that left-wing policies are implemented, unobstructed by dissension. Alinsky taught his mentee well and now Barry is able to apply the principles of Rules for Radicals to every person or group who disagrees with him in any venue | Read More »
Hello, my fellow DHS-designated extremists.
Whether or not you agree with my politics, don’t worry: you’re probably in here somewhere. It’s a report from last month called the “Domestic Extremism Lexicon,” and it’s quite comprehensive. Did you know that anti-abortion protesters and animal rights activists are domestic extremists? Yes, the same sloppy language as last time. So bad, in fact, that they tried to bury it… Hot Air and The | Read More »
Obama Admin. Decides Racial Profiling is OK After All
It seems that Janet Napolitano, the new Secretary of Homeland Security, has given a spirited defense of the recently released “threat assessment” that her department released on April 7. The report is supposed to give the DHS a heads up about who they need to be watching as possible domestic terrorists. It included veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, due to them “facing significant challenges | Read More »
McCain Doubles Down on Napolitano’s Canada Blunder….
Charging again to yet another Democrat’s rescue, with all his bi-partisanship and collegiality, John McCain doubled down on DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano’s diplomatic blunder by defending her assertion that the 9/11 highjackers reached the US through Canada. “Well, some of the 9-11 hijackers did come through Canada, as you know,” McCain, last year’s Republican presidential candidate, said on Fox News on Friday. The Arizona senator’s | Read More »
30/45/25 for Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano.
Those numbers above represent Favorable/Unfavorable/Don’t Know in the latest Rasmussen poll, and while Rasmussen itself notes that: At the time President Obama nominated her for the Homeland Security post in early December, 43% had no opinion of her. Since that time, her favorable ratings have remained constant, but her negatives have increased. That’s fairly typical for politicians as they get better known. …it’s still not | Read More »