Homeland

 How do we fight terrorism at home?
Unlike America's past wars, the war on terrorism transcends traditional political boundaries. It is impossible to say that since we are fighting in the  Middle East, we are safe at home. We have to reorient our perspectives on longstanding ideas of offense and defense, as we must practice both on a domestic and a global scale. At home, it is essential to secure buildings, borders, and other assets that are likely terrorist targets. At the same time, we must be proactive, seeking out those who would cause us harm and preventing them before they can be successful. This is a complex challenge that demands a complex response. The government alone cannot fulfill the dual demands of homeland security. The American people must assume some responsibility for their own safety and contribute their individual and collective strengths to the government's effort. Working together, we stand a much better chance of keeping our families and communities safe.

Federal, state, and local level action plans . . .
The United States has always been a nation of immigrants. The entrepreneurial courage of someone who would leave the country and culture they had always known to take their chances in a new world has greatly shaped the American experience. Our population has grown immensely since our founding, but we still welcome newcomers to our shores. Our commitment to an equal opportunity and equal treatment for all, with no consideration for ethnic background and place of birth, remains strong.

Of course, there are other people, those who would do us harm, who are not so welcome in the United States. Technological developments exercised alongside our own precious freedoms provide a lone actor with malevolent intent the tools required to cause immense devastation to the American homeland. Our law enforcement capabilities are poised to detect and prevent such an act before it could occur, but our resources are necessarily limited. It is much easier and safer to stop such individuals before they even enter our country. Preventing individuals with threatening backgrounds or a blatant disregard for our laws from entering the United States is an important step in preventing further attacks. Equally important is having an accurate record of who is here, for what reasons, and for how long, to assist in law enforcement investigations. This is not a question of keeping out those who are different or reserving the wealth of the United States only for those who are native citizens. A balance must be struck that respects the role of immigrants in our national culture and gives an opportunity at the American dream to as many people as possible, while preventing the entry or continued residence of those who would do us harm or disrupt our system of government.

OCTOBER 11, 2017

Do we really have a “mass shooting” every few days? Most gun violence in this country is really gang violence

One of his best-known broadcasts was a 1964 soliloquy on the decline of American moralism aptly titled “If I Were the Devil: How to Destroy America.”

An illegal immigrant in New Jersey is accused of raping a 6-year-old girl then jumping out of a second-floor window after her father walked in during the assault, police said.

The chances are improving that we will finally increase the defense budget to a much-needed higher level. This will be welcome relief.

Should the Trump team withdraw from the Iran deal – as I believe it should – the effect on our ties to Iran would be negligible

OCTOBER 10, 2017

Now that the United States is planning to modernize its nuclear deterrent after decades of neglect, the tenured idiots in our universities who would ban Columbus Day along with The Bomb are all aghast.

This helps explain why Obama has not retired from the public scene and why, in tandem with loser Hillary Clinton, he has worked to undermine the peaceful transition to power of the Trump Administration.

This Sunday, it was 11 years since two Marines showed up at our door to tell us that my husband’s first child, my stepson and our two children’s brother, Lance Cpl. Christopher B. Cosgrove III, 23, was killed by a suicide bomber at a checkpoint in Iraq.

OCTOBER 9, 2017

In a number of cities Columbus Day was transformed into Indigenous People's Day, which sounds like a Marxist terrorist group's holiday.

OCTOBER 7, 2017

Rose, who will receive the Medal of Honor, Oct. 23, for his actions as a combat medic in Laos, Sept. 11-14, 1970, discussed his first flight into combat aboard a military helicopter.

The appeasement approach by South Korea’s new president, Moon Jae-in, plays right into such a Kim mindset.

“Whether it’s 3 months or 6 months or 18 months, it is soon, and we ought to conduct ourselves as it is just a matter of time, and a matter of very short time, before North Korea has that capability . . . ” Marine General Joe Dunford, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

OCTOBER 6, 2017

Iran has never, not for a moment, been ‘transparently, verifiably, and fully implementing’ the JCPOA.

We have had a number of liberals/progressives/leftists elected the office of POTUS. However, none were—arguably—quite as damaging as was the presidency of Barack Hussein Obama and his team.

Israel has a love for everything American. We enjoy your movies, TV series, fast food, country music, New York, Los Angeles, Florida, and your wide open spaces We even enjoy your innocence when it comes to your domestic freedoms.

President Trump has called the JCPOA “one of the worst deals” he has ever seen. He looks set next week to certify that Iran has not been complying with its commitments under the accord.

OCTOBER 5, 2017

The Humanitarian Hoax is a deliberate and deceitful tactic of presenting a destructive policy as altruistic. The humanitarian huckster presents himself as a compassionate advocate when in fact he is the disguised enemy.

Supporters of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran have been very active on social media this afternoon claiming that Secretary of Defense Mattis broke with President Trump when he told the Senate Armed Services Committee today that the U.S. should remain in the Iran deal.

OCTOBER 4, 2017

“A continually growing population of illegal aliens, along with the federal government’s ineffective efforts to secure our borders, present significant national security and public safety threats to the United States,” the FAIR report states.

President Donald Trump has described the Iran nuclear deal as “the worst deal ever negotiated.” He has reportedly decided what to do with it but has given no details.

What if President Trump had in mind a much higher rate of interdiction of laundered “dirty” drug money that freely flows from purchases made in the U.S. back to sources in Mexico?

At a time when Americans are focused on the mass murder in Las Vegas, the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a bill protecting life.

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