PRISM revealed: Do you feel safer?

The press has been salivating over the NSA’s “PRISM” program for days, and honestly, I’m a bit perplexed.  What’s the big deal?  You mean we’re actively attempting to use the Internet to ferret out terrorist’s plans?  Holy Shit!  Stop the presses! Why is this so shocking?  Does the United States public actually want our intelligence community to remain in the 1970s?  Maybe sit in a back room playing gin rummy, praying someone walks through the door with the diabolical plan in his grip?  I think not. What’s shocking [...]

By |2013-06-09T15:11:57-04:00June 9th, 2013|Blog|10 Comments

Don’t Touch My Junk

When it comes to security, Americans have the shortest memory span of anyone on earth.  We’re the first to start screaming about individual rights whenever we have to suffer any interruption in our daily routines, and also the first to scream for someone’s head when a terrorist attack is “allowed” to occur. Last weekend, a man refused to enter a full body scanner at a San Diego airport, then refused to allow a pat-down in lieu of the scan, claiming both bordered on sexual molestation, and uttering his [...]

By |2010-11-16T21:21:19-05:00November 16th, 2010|Blog|1 Comment
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