Posts filed under ‘Security’
Now, I’m really paying attention to RFID technology!
Hawaii Senate passses Prohibition against seizure of firearms, twenty-one to nothing.
4) Now the clincher: As a result, Obama declares war on Iran, Congress passes an Act of War, as part of his outrage (at death and damage to the USA or Saudi or other Arab countries or in a change of heart, even to Israel.
With a rapidly angry American populace blaming him for his weakness and inability to Administer or govern the country, he will simply – as per the Act of War DECLARE MARTIAL LAW, SUSPEND ELECTIONS AND RULE BY DECREE.
The ultimate LEGAL power grab and imposed obedience of every American BY LAW comes into effect.
How easy is that?
“Quite frankly I’m tiring of politicians using national security issues such as terrorism as political football. They’re going out there, they’re unknowing of the facts, and they’re making charges and allegations that are not anchored in reality,” John Brennan told NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
By charging Abdulmutallab in a criminal court and giving him legal rights, Republicans have argued that it prevented the intelligence community from obtaining information from him on al Qaeda and possible future U.S. terrorist attacks.
a Mike Lester cartoon
The wrong stuff coming off at airport security screening….
When not deployed, reserve personnel would continue to perform their civilian jobs. Therefore, this option neither contributes to nor degrades the overall good of the nation when an SPU is not deployed. However, if an SPF was successful in recruiting active police officers not currently in reserve units, it would lessen the number of police on the beat in their home departments when an SPF deploys. Those SPF personnel employed by police departments would continue to acquire and hone some of the skills needed by the SPF.
- A good portion of SPF personnel would serve in state, local, and federal agencies when not deployed. They would be placed in billets that would enhance needed SPF skills.
- The federal government would pay some or all of the salaries and/or benefits of these individuals when not deployed, and all of their salaries and benefits when deployed.
The possibility of explosive hidden in passengers’ crotch area raises obvious challenges for security officials. “Unless we search – including cavity searches, by the way – every passenger getting on a plane, that’s the only way you can guarantee they don’t have PETN on them.”