Sorting though the mixed messages of our post-911 culture-

Video: Online threat against U.S. military lists targets in Washington

Hey newspeople- you mean to say that fusion centers, war on terror crime fighting tactics, license plate scanners, Enhanced driver license/ID cards, radar devices that peer inside homes, Homeland Security grant money, bulk collection of phone records, monitoring of e-mails, text messages, and social media sites, tracking of cell phones, use of drones, etc., will be of no use in preventing “Lone wolves” from tracking down and killing service members on U.S. soil?

Surely you’ll schedule an interview with the US Dept. of Homeland Security & report back on how years of building up surveillance state infrastructure pays off when things begin to get ugly.


Navy: Precautions in place to protect those on IS ‘kill list’

“That includes tightening privacy settings on social media accounts, as well as not stating any military affiliation on public pages.”

Otherwise- the terrorists may threaten the safety of The Troops- here in the Homeland?


US Marines-

“We fight over there, so we don’t have to fight here”


Homeland Security Vote of Confidence-

Video: “Shoppers at the Mall of America need to be “particularly careful” after a terror group singled out the Minnesota super-mall for attacks, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says.”


Purple Hearts might be awarded in domestic terrorism cases


“Doug James, the Drug Enforcement Administration special agent in charge of the Seattle division, said the Mexican drug cartels are supplying the heroin. James said western Washington might as well be the backyard for three Mexican drug cartels. He said they grow the poppy and process it into heroin in Mexico, then they zip it right up I-5 using smartphone apps to communicate.”

Welcome Home Troops

Thanks for your service


Enhanced ID has been required to cross into the US since 2009.

If it works to keep bad guys out- how are cartels moving heroin into the Puget Sound area in 2015?


Don’t worry-

The Super Bowl and public affairs will be safe-

US Department of Homeland Security-

“…a department with more than 20 different agencies, a budget of more than $45 billion and a staff of hundreds of thousands of civilian, law enforcement and military personnel.”


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Homeland Security Vote of Confidence


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Local reporters will not question the US Border Patrol at Port Angeles?

here: US Department of Credibility

or here:

Our free and independent press has stopped asking questions.




Photo- Mystery Bay