The situation in Arivaca, Arizona, where residents face off with Border Patrol in front of neighbors and cameras, is tense enough. Federal agents have told locals, "you have no rights here," even as they run them through a daily gauntlet and harass t
Homeland Security Secretary Johnson put his agency's internal watchdog on leave after publication of a report concluded the employee was too cozy with senior agency officials and delayed or classified some critical reports to accommodate Obama
New York’s “Homeland Security” suggest people should snitch on preppers as potential terrorists, such as those who buy “MREs, flashlights, weather proof ammunition,” which they erroneously assert are examples of “suspicious activities.”
According to Lisa Monaco, Barack Obama’s Security and Counter-terrorism adviser, parents have a duty to monitor the attitudes and enthusiasms of their children, and report them to law enforcement if they display symptoms of extremism.
DHS likely gearing up for mass panic in America with perpetual ammo purchases
In a speech earlier this week, Lisa O. Monaco, President Barack Obama’s assistant for homeland security and counterterrorism, insisted that American parents must be vigilant because their “confrontational” children could be on the verge of becoming t
A battle over cattle and land rights erupted in a stand-off between armed federal agents pointing tasers and citizens holding cell phone cameras in a compelling video posted to Youtube Wednesday.
Last week, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced it did not intend to appeal last month’s court decision which removed Rahinah Ibrahim from the "No-Fly list" – making her the first person in years to be taken off that bureaucratic black-hole reli
New report on terrorism "blacklists" suggests it won't be easier the next time.
The Transportation Security Administration recommended Wednesday that airports post armed law enforcement officers at security checkpoints and ticket counters during peak hours.
Many recent indicators point to a U.S. national security bureaucracy running roughshod over the sad remnants of the founder’s republican vision.
Glass container ‘could have been perceived as a threat’
Federal occupation of America expands
During the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars, the U.S. Army built 28,000 MRAPs (Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected Trucks).
DHS agents train weapons on innocent neighbors
I certainly didn’t want to drive all the way from Virginia, so I sighed, got a plane ticket, and drove to Washington Dulles Airport.
A senior lecturer at Indiana University was confronted by Department of Homeland Security officials after the federal agency obtained copies of her emails and began quizzing her about the details of her sex life.
Mike Flanders went public with his allegations of Border Patrol misconduct at internal checkpoints after his attempts at redress within CBP (Customs and Border Protection) were rebuffed. Not only were his concerns marginalized by his chain of command
On December 2nd, 2013, the site disappeared offline. The United States host, GoDaddy, suspended the domain with no prior notice. GoDaddy told its owners that the site was taken down "as part of an ongoing law enforcement investigation."
The Los Angeles Times obtained an internal review of US Border Patrol’s use-of-force policies, which US Customs and Border Protection has refused to release publicly (members of Congress have seen a summary). The paper did publish previously
Isolated idiocy or something more sinister?
Immigrations, Customs Enforcement wants to firm up its relationship with Vigilant Solutions, the most dominant actor in the increasingly powerful license plate reader industry, to enable agents to more efficiently track down people they want to depor
The Seattle Police Department is preparing to purchase a new facial recognition software program with a federal grant from the Department of Homeland Security.
The Department of Homeland Security is contracted to purchase 704,390,250 rounds of ammunition over the next 4 years, equal to 2,500 rounds per agent per year, according to a report entitled "Ammunition Purchases Have Declined Since 2009"
The Department of Homeland Security is now seeking a vendor to build and operate a smartphone-based national database of vehicle license plate information that would be shared with law enforcement.
N.J. officials were hoping a barge with 40 tons of salt would arrive from Maine. But the vessel wasn't flying the American flag and officials couldn't get clearance from Homeland Security to come to the Port of Newark. The barge sailed empty, leavi
UK version of spy system was used to target political activists
Another gun-wielding toy has had its weapon seized by airport security.
‘Zombie Hunter’ bullets designed for deadly long range capability
Federal goons assume role of political thought police