Department of Homeland Security

WTimes Sues DHS Over Reporter Raid

Kellan Howell, Washington Times

The Washington Times and a former journalist, Audrey Hudson, sued the Dept. of Homeland Security, accusing agents of illegally seizing reporting notes during the execution of a search warrant in an unrelated case. 

DHS Prepping for 11/1 Riots?

Janeen Capizola, BizPac Review

DHS has ramped up security at federal buildings across the country to prepare for potential Greece-like riots this Friday. Cuts in food stamps go into effect on Nov. 1, and the gov't is truly concerned about violence from citizens “whose entitlements are threatened.”

Call to Action: Oppose Big Business Fly-in for Amnesty for Illegal Aliens

There's a "fly-in" to Washington to demand amnesty for illegal aliens being organized by the cheap labor wing of the business community this week. We urge you to call Congress (1-866-220-0044) and tell your Congressman and Senators that you want a secure border and that you oppose amnesty for illegal aliens.

Feds Confiscate Journo's Files

Alex Pappas, Daily Caller

A veteran D.C. investigative journalist says that Homeland Security confiscated a stack of her confidential files during a raid of her home in August — leading her to fear that a number of her sources inside the federal gov't have now been exposed.

Pro-Amnesty Americans Pose As Illegals

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

An internal Homeland Security document shows that the agency is aware of pro-amnesty Americants posing as DREAMer illegal aliens to demonstrate the broken system. 

Big Sis Gurus Probed in Sex Scandal

Jeffrey Anderson, Washington Times

A Senate panel is investigating whether former Homeland Sect. Napolitano’s allies pushed the inspector gen. to tread lightly in its probe of the Secret Service prostitution scandal.

Illegals Get Temp. Asylum Amid Protest

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

DHS granted temporary asylum to several Mexican immigrants, even some who are here illegally, after they crossed in a pro-amnesty protest.

Homeland Loses Track of 1Mill. Aliens

Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

If DHS can't keep track of 1 million foreigners, how can it handle new duties gained from immigration reform?

48 Alarming Facts That Tell Us America Has Become a Gigantic Prison: Facts 23 to 36

The Posse Comitatus Act of 1878  forbids the use of military force against American citizens. But the police in America today have become increasingly militarized, equipped now with “shock and awe” military-style weapons. The FBI admits to using drones over America and in 2010 the Department of Homeland Security announced that it plans to use armed drones inside America’s borders to "immobilize" Targets of Interest. 

GOP Boycotts Homeland Nom Hearing

Associated Press Staff

Coburn is blocking the hearing for DHS’s #2 nom who's being investigated for getting a foreign visa for a corp.

DHS Sec't Must Focus on Border

Juana Summers, Politico

Repub. McCaul floated possible Napolitano replacements, saying they must focus on the border.