Category Archives: Homeland Security

CRS on definition of HS!


April 3, 2012 Congressional Research Service (CRS) publication called “Defining Homeland Security: Analysis And Congressional Considerations.” Advertisements

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EO 12919 Rescinded on Friday the 16th of March!


On Friday the White House issued a press release indicating the signature by the President of a new Executive Order [unnumbered until # assigned by NARA] that rescinds E. O. 12919 delegating the DPA to various departments. E.O 12919 rescinded … Continue reading

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MEK, Holder v. Humanitarian Law, REDUX


I try to avoid providing links on this cite without any of my own analysis but it would be hard for me to improve no the discussion in the following  article by Glenn Greenwald, Esq. http://www.salon.com/2012/03/12/washingtons_high_powered_terrorist_supporters/singleton

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Patricia Gormley Died Yesterday AM!


Yesterday morning Patricia Gormley the first and only female General Counsel of the independent Executive Branch agency FEMA passed away. Pat served as GC of FEMA from August 1990 to January 1993. Some information on Pat’s life: http://www.4militarywomen.org/Who%20We%20Are%20Gormley.htm   Sympathy … Continue reading

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Indefinite Detention of US Citiizens!


Almost two years ago out of the blue I had a call from a female novelist writing a book who had been given my name as one who might be speaking on the record and willing to be quoted. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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DHS Organizational Structure and Reporting Relationships


CY 2011 has been a period of unusual stability in DHS organization and reporting relationships. Congress has been busy on other matters. And the DHS Secretary has largely been traveling. Ms. Outside and not sure wether Jane Lute, DHS Deputy … Continue reading

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HS and EM and Walter Heisenberg


One of the blogs I frequently post comments on is HLSWatch.com! Today’s post on that blog invites readers to submit essays to a contest that requests new terms or concepts that might have application to HS. I don’t plan to … Continue reading

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