News the Transportation Security Administration missed a whopping 95% of guns and bombs in recent airport security tests was shocking. These results demonstrate there isn't much risk of airplane terrorism, and we should ratchet security down
A growing segment of the American population is waking up to the implications of the Jade Helm 15 military operation to be conducted by Special Forces in conjunction with local law enforcement, the FBI, DHS, the DEA and Border Patrol across the entir
The top inspector for the agency that protects America's flying public says he is "deeply concerned about its ability to execute its important mission."
By a vote of 67-32 the Senate today passed the USA FREEDOM Act, just days after the expiration of key elements of the USA PATRIOT Act. The FREEDOM Act is billed as a reform of the unconstitutional and recently-ruled illegal bulk collection of America
An internal investigation of the Transportation Security Administration revealed security failures at dozens of the nation's busiest airports, where undercover investigators were able to smuggle mock explosives or banned weapons through checkpoints
Surveillance hawks concede defeat as Rand Paul forces shutdown of sweeping intelligence capabilities exposed by Edward Snowden
A lobbyist who worked for the company that built TSA's naked body scanners is now working in the government department responsible for TSA spending, it has been revealed.
Today, Rand Paul asked a question that the Homeland Security Secretary didn't want to hear and ultimately wouldn't answer.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is in the final stages of planning to set up a satellite office in California's Silicon Valley, aiming to build relationships with the technology industry and scout for talent there, the department's secretary
Fans attending Major League Baseball games are being greeted in a new way this year: with metal detectors at the ballparks. Touted as a counterterrorism measure, they're nothing of the sort. They're pure security theater: They look good without doing
There's been much speculation about the recent closures of Walmart stores around the country.
There are far too many federal hands on people's private parts in airports
Feds attempting to control the market, dry up supply? Purchase in addition to billions of bullets previously bought by feds
A CBS4 investigation has learned that two Transportation Security Administration screeners at Denver International Airport have been fired after they were discovered manipulating passenger screening systems to allow a male TSA employee to fondle the
Minneapolis city government and police collaborated on violating Posse Comitatus
The Department of Homeland Security is seeking bids from companies able to provide law enforcement officials with access to a national license-plate tracking system -- a year after canceling a similar solicitation over privacy issues.
Citing a lack of cooperation from the Secret Service, Chairman Jason Chaffetz of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform issued subpoenas for two Secret Service agents to testify to the committee about recent security breaches and othe
Banks and insolvent governments desperate for cash likely also dislike safety deposit boxes as they are means for people to protect and grow wealth and protect themselves from inflation and indeed bail-in and deposit confiscation.
"Some participants will be wearing civilian attire and driving civilian vehicles..." Multiple branches of the US military, including Green Berets, Navy Seals, and the 82nd Airborne Division, will participate in the 8-week long exercise, which may res
Tough luck, bucko--be glad you live in a fake democracy with a fake rule of law, a fake judiciary, and a government of thugs with the officially sanctioned right to steal your money and possessions without any due process or court proceedings.
It was just a matter of time before Western governments used the trumped up "War on Terror" as an excuse to drastically ratchet up the very real war on the use of cash and personal privacy that they are waging against their own citizens
Late Friday night, Congress passed legislation funding the Department of Homeland Security for one week.
"Vigilant Video is compiling a vast database tracking Americans' movements, and it's no surprise that one of the most prolific users of surveillance, the NYPD, would seek to access it...for the first time enabling the mass tracking of Americans,
An Air Force major detained at a suspicionless roadblock 5 years ago will not be able to sue for damages. Border Patrol agents could hold Major Richard Rynearson indefinitely simply because they did not care for his attitude.