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The elderly woman and her gun

The elderly woman and her gun

    By Darren Nuesca With all this talk about gun control, I want to convey an experience I had last month. I was doing construction renovations on a quadraplex in a rough neighborhood off  Crenshaw Blvd in Los Angeles. I was there all week and became friends with the tenants, in particularl, this 83 […]

U.S. Wants Israeli Border Fence Technologies

U.S. Wants Israeli Border Fence Technologies

Smart Watches Allow Hackers to Collect Users’ Data

Smart Watches Allow Hackers to Collect Users’ Data

Outsourcing May Be The Only Option For U.S. Intelligence

Outsourcing May Be The Only Option For U.S. Intelligence

Lately the American intelligence community has expressed a wish to receive feedback from Uber and other commercial Start-Up companies about the roadmap it created after five years of data analysis. The wish to incorporate Start-Up companies comes from the American intelligence community’s interest in their knowledge and technology to help find an answer for national […]

The Next Stage: Satellite Wars

The Next Stage: Satellite Wars

The Future Must belong to the First Amendment: Not the Caliphate

The Future Must belong to the First Amendment: Not the Caliphate

    By Michael Greer “The future must not belong to those who slander the profit of Islam.” When President Obama said this to the UN General Assembly, we had no idea what he actually meant by it. We weren’t aware that the Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton had met with the Muslim Brotherhood and […]

National Security Failure: Never, Ever… Again

National Security Failure: Never, Ever… Again

  . By Phil Erwin Hand-wringing and finger-pointing followed the news that a California woman was murdered (“allegedly”) by a five-time deportee released onto the streets of San Francisco by a city government determined to write its own immigration laws. The Obama Administration has tacitly supported “Sanctuary Cities” such as San Francisco, wherein the rule […]

Biometric database – knowledge is power

Biometric database – knowledge is power

Mice at security checkpoints?

Mice at security checkpoints?

Immigration system must work for best interest of Americans

Immigration system must work for best interest of Americans

By Michael W. Cutler June 16, 2015 America’s immigration laws were originally enacted to protect innocent lives and the jobs of American workers by preventing the entry and continued presence of aliens engaged in crime, espionage and terrorism and aliens who would provide unfair competition for American workers. Today the administration seems focused on how […]