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Tag: Janet Napolitano
  • No Love for Miniluv

    The Department of Homeland Security — a gargantuan leviathan of alphabet soup agencies: TSA, FEMA, USCIS, ICE, USSS, etc. — is undergoing a change of leadership with the resignation of Janet “Big Sis” Napolitano. Serving under the Obama administration since 2009, Napolitano has been ravaged by attacks from both political parties, from supporters of state …

  • To Some, Any Speech Is “Terrorist Threat”

    Cameron D’Ambrosio’s free speech case first caught my attention since his demographics and personality closely parallel my own: we are both young Italian-American men from Massachusetts with a knack for generating controversy via the use of written words. Of course, there are some important differences between us as well. Unlike Cam, who is a musician, …

  • If you see something, say something.

    Wal-mart, in conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security, will now begin selling paranoia and fear at discount prices. In a recent video, Big Sis Janet Napolitano encourages all Americans to be on the look out for any suspicious activity at your local Wal-mart and suggests that if you “see something, [to] say something.” In the …

  • Regarding The Lap Bomber Incident…

    I found this great article that asks very interesting and relevant questions by Justin Raimondo.  He mentions  important facts that have not yet been touched by the mainstream media. Some of them are even a bit eerie. In the article, you find an interesting eye witness account from Kurt Haskell, who was on the same plane …

  • I No Longer Fear Big Brother… I Now Fear Big Sister

    Yesterday, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano spoke for a half hour about the need of our nation to respond to the threat of terrorism. Basically, her bottom line is the federal government needs to do more to educate the American people and make them “assets” instead of “liabilities.” Here’s the article.  Personally, I’m freaked out. …