The advanced technology of the war on terrorism, combined with deferential courts and legislators, have endangered both the right to privacy and the right of people to be free from government snooping and tracking.
For the communities that are left to cope with the disasters of the Administration's draconian immigration enforcement policies, the commitment to break ICE's hold continues regardless of this month's announcement.
Since 9/11, the homeland security state has come to campus just as it has come to America's towns and cities, its places of work and its houses of worship, its public space and its cyberspace.
The chances of an American dying in a terrorist incident in a given year are 1 in 3.5 million. To reduce that risk, to make something minuscule even more minuscule, what has the nation spent? What has it cost us?
Let us all be vigilant against fear mongers who invoke phantom terrorists everywhere we look and nuclear bombs around every corner. We will not rest until we defeat and denounce their dubious damaging agendas.
Geographically, Iran may be far away from the Americas but its growing presence in Venezuela is a serious danger. It is not a joke.
For years, Seattle salmon fisherman Pete Knutson has developed pioneering environmental alliances between commercial fishermen, Native American tribes...
The current system fails more than just immigrants seeking opportunity and fair treatment. It fails all of us by refusing to embrace a future that welcomes diversity and equal access to the American dream.
A new nationwide survey of 2,406 senior law enforcement officials (75% of whom were officers longer than 20 years) documents police and sheriffs are b...
Two weeks ago, on the 70th Anniversary of Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor, Rep. Peter King once again sought the spotlight with a congressional hearing claiming to explore 'homegrown terrorism's threat to military communities inside the United States.'
This week we discus Occupy Wall Street and the Homeland Security conspiracy theory; Michael Moore and Naomi Wolf rumor-mongering; progressive outrage; Twitter fights; and other issues.
On its 10th birthday, the TSA is an agency in complete disarray, by most accounts. It needs a little sunlight, and the mainstream media is doing a ridiculously bad job of covering it.
The U.S. government needs to be certain that our response to the genuine and massive threat of cyber attacks is not as bureaucratic and fractious as everything else that goes on in Washington these days.
With a deteriorating 19th- and 20th-century infrastructure and its evident ties to the overall national well-being, a wall is a colossal investment in something for which history offers little evidence of lasting results.
As members of Congress and the administration debate a new cybersecurity proposal, for once, our privacy must be considered just as high a priority as our security.
With the death of al Awalki, the plotting of attacks and the Internet recruitment effort directed toward Western youth by radicals has suffered a significant blow, but the threat by no means has been completely eliminated.