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How Charlie Ended Up on the Government Enemy List
"The story from just the news dot com that we have been focusing on is just extraordinary. This organization that was in charge of this should be investigated by the new Congress. It's unbelievable if we're able to take back the house which I believe we will. Targeting voices and organizations that they don't like. Silencing and censoring them, it really makes you believe. It really makes you pegs the question. How many seats in the Senate? How many seats in the House of Representatives? How many governors mansions would we control if we had a fair fight? If we had a fair fight against the left, what would the country look like? Maybe this is one of the reasons why they have felt so confident going into these midterms. Maybe this is why they don't slow down and they're driving us off a cliff. Inflation open borders, how many other tricks do they have up their sleeve? From manipulating our elections to interfering directly into the discourse of the country. We saw it firsthand, we have the evidence we have the goods, I think our lawsuit would be very compelling. We have damages and we have direct off a cliff engagement on multiple social media sites and now we know why. The Department of Homeland Security cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency and the State Department inexcusably targeted my own social media. Right here, I'm a threat to the regime allegedly, supposedly I'm such a threat to the federal government because I ask questions about an election because we call out the nonsense of what's happening in the federal government, there's a list of us together, as I've mentioned, James Woods, James O'Keefe, Rick grinnell, Breitbart News, Eric Trump, gateway pundit Donald Trump Jr., all of us together being suppressed and silence, millions of times.
Congressman Mike Burgess Discusses the Latest in Immigration Policy
"Real problem and you know this and this wiggling back to the late 80s coming back is we've got a population that is not legal in this country that is probably upwards of somewhere in the 30 to 40 to 50 to 60 million range. And we just don't even have those discussions anymore. I mean, because now you've got to open border this just, it's just there. Well, I think you're working with the judiciary committee on some other resolution of inquiry. How is that looking? So resolution of inquiry is a tool that you have when you're in the minority in Congress. Well, you could use it in the majority as well. Where the you asked the agency involved to provide you information because you don't understand something is going on. Now, Nancy Pelosi turned off the resolutions of inquiry for two years because of the pandemic. She said, well, we just don't have time to deal with it. Resolution of inquiry has to be heard in the committee and the committee has to either dispatch it or that motion then can come to the floor as a privileged resolution if the committee doesn't take any action. So yeah, I've got one that will be in front of the judiciary committee sometime this week and it was an effort to get information out of the office of refugee resettlement and Homeland Security about unaccompanied minors that are being placed in this country. And it has been very, very difficult. And this goes back years, but it's gotten worse in this administration to be able to understand what is the process. How are you vetting the families where these kids are sent? How are we ensuring that our policies and procedures are not aiding and abetting child traffickers at the southern border.
Archives nominee to face questions over Mar-a-Lago search
"The person nominated to be in charge of the national archives could face an unusually rocky confirmation hearing today Colleen shogun will appear before the Senate Homeland Security and governmental affairs committee the 46 year old historian and political scientist faces lawmakers as Republicans continue to demand more information about last month's FBI search of former president Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort and the documents that were seized the national archives and records administration sent the investigation into motion after Trump returned 15 boxes of documents that contained dozens of records some marked as classified John of water Washington
Revolver.News' Darren Beattie Discusses Manufactured White Supremacy
"Joining us now is Darren Beatty from revolver dot news. Darren, welcome back to the program. Excellent to be back as always. So Darren, thank you. So I want to talk to you about this one particular story. Is it true that the federal beer investigation is misrepresenting what might be considered white supremacy arrests or incidents in their reports to make it seem as if there's a bigger problem than they're actually is. Walk us through this story. Well, it certainly seems that way on the basis of whistleblower accounts. And just to contextualize all of this, this alleged national security threat posed by white supremacy dates back to really the Trump presidency where the DHS, the Department of Homeland Security, which is a national security bureaucracy set up in the aftermath of 9 11 to protect us against foreign terrorism, declared that white supremacy was the number one threat and since the DHS declared this a number of other national security institutions have followed suit. Now evidently, the FBI is getting on board. And the problem with white supremacy is there's just not the supply to meet the demand. And so it has to be manufactured. And it can be manufactured the kind of laborious way of actually setting up entrapment schemes like what we see the FBI did in the Michigan Whitmer case. But the easier way to do it is just cook the books and manufacture the numbers and count certain things as white supremacist terror when they really have nothing to do with it to feed into the desired narrative.
Greg Steube: Republicans Can Protect the Border Starting in November
"Get to see the rich white liberals for who they really are. And you're right, they are hypocrites. They have opened up their cities and their states. They say they have taken the moral high ground to become sanctuaries for the illegals, and yet when the illegals show up in mass all of a sudden, they're crying foul when in fact this is how people in the border states have to live every single day of their lives and it's just not right and I certainly hope that when a Republican is elected in 2024 to The White House that we actually secure that border once and for all. Well, I think we can do it when we take the majority back in 2022. God willing we take it this November and less than 60 days now and get the gavels in January because we can use the money comes from the house and our framers of our constitution were brilliant and the way they designed our government. So the house controls the purse string and we can put riders on the appropriations bill and a simple sentence that says not a single fun of this dollar that funds the Homeland Security budget shall allow in the legal immigrant to come into our country and if they violate it, it's a felony and they lose their funding. I mean, there's a lot of tools that we will have when we have the majority back. And I just hope that the American people in the middle of our country independent and moderates are seeing this type of hypocrisy from Democrats in these cities that claim to be sanctuary cities and see what is happening on our border in the crisis that is facing our country because of crime and fentanyl. All direct results of Biden's border policies.
Karine Jean-Pierre Is Shocked a Sanctuary City Can't Welcome 50 Aliens
"Out Jean karine Jean Pierre, The White House press secretary, reacting with outrage, anger, shock, dismay, that a sanctuary city would be expected to welcome 50 illegals into their precious community. So as we have said, repeatedly, there is a process in place. We have had a process in place. There is a legal way of doing this. And for managing migrants, Republican governors interfering in that process and using migrants as political pawns is shameful is reckless and just plain wrong. And remember, these are people who are fleeing communism who are fleeing hardship. And if these governors truly care about border security, they should ask Texas governor Ted Cruz and Florida senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott, why they voted against the president's request for record record funding for the Department of Homeland Security. She's so rattled she called Ted Cruz the governor of Texas. Although then again, maybe she doesn't really know. Because she's not exactly the brightest bulb in the box.
The Imaginary Liberal Outrage on Immigration
"I want you to hear gene Pierre say, what she has to say, which is the press secretary, say what she have to say about the border, roll clip 5. The best thing inside, how do you explain this influx? Well, again, we understand that we have work to do. We understand that. And we have been doing the work to do that. We have taken unprecedented action over the past year and a half to secure our border and rebuild a safer and orderly process system. Go clear, I think it's clear for not only for do 6. Also, the fact that Fox News and not the Department of Homeland Security, the city, or local NGOs, were alerted about a plan to leave migrants, including children on the side of a busy D.C. street makes clear that this is just a cruel premeditated political stunt. This is what they are doing. And a couple more things, the migrants, including children, who arrived in Martha's Vineyard, were misled about where they were being taken and what would be provided when they arrived is also deeply alarming. The children governor Abbott abandoned in Martha's Vineyard, the children that governor desantis abandon as well. Deserve better.
The Evolution of DHS' Efforts and the Radical 2009 Obama Shift
"So 9 11 happens, DHS is founded Patriot Act has passed. Mass surveillance begins. Collection of cell phone data, phone records, the erosion of personal freedoms and liberties. And so some people start to whisper about this in O 5 O 6 O 7. And honestly, to their credit, most of the complaints came from the American left. Not left liberals. People that like Dennis kucinich, for example, let me talking about how, why are we spying on citizens? This is not appropriate. Republicans full speed ahead working in the uni party with Democrats past massive United States surveillance bills. And we always thought as conservatives, oh, this is against jihadis. This is against the Taliban. This is against ISIS. This will be used against foreign terrorists and domestic extremists. And so what ended up happening, we passed the bill department and security gets founded. And around 2009, around 2008, 2009, a problem started to emerge, which is, okay, they indicted a bunch of foreign Middle Eastern terrorists that were floating through the country and they did huge dragnets, but they kind of ran out of people to arrest. Department of Justice had a separate desk just committed to American national security Department of Homeland Security had an entire operation dedicated to it and right around 2009 something very important happened. Which is there was a shift. There was a pivot. In 2009, Obama took office and then released the DHS memo on right-wing extremism in 2009. This memo, which was put forward, showed that right wing extremists have capitalized on the election of the first black president and are focusing their efforts to recruit new members and mobilize existing supporters and broaden their scope and appeal through propaganda, but have not yet turned to attack planning.
9/11 Terrorism and the Security State 21 Years Later
"9 11, there was a mandate. It was a mandate, no different than after the financial crisis with a mandate, no different than after COVID, which is something terrible and awful has happened. We must do something big and bold and ambitious. And there's something that ended up happening was now 21 years later. We look back and we see it was putting the United States Constitution through the shredder. Patriot Act, the launching of the Department of Homeland Security. Fisa courts, spying on Americans without their consent. You see, after 9 11, the worst aspects of the American government seized on the fear and they said, if we do not pass this bill, another 9 11 could be right around the corner. Now in my personal opinion, I don't think the politicians or the people in charge actually properly told the story of how 9 11 happened, for example, it was an immigration problem. You could put all the other theories around 9 11 aside. Everything that happened there from laxed airport security to all of it. And instead, ask the question, why were they allowed in the country? Why were the terrorists in a hijackers allowed into the country? And you look at it, there is some very suspicious entrance and kind of immigration flaws and issues of allowing these hijackers to come in without any sort of idea. So because of that, they said, well, we have to start the Department of Homeland Security. DHS, an entire new branch of government that is dedicated just towards domestic surveillance that was basically focused on your activities, your language. More than 263 government organizations were either created or reorganized following the 9 11 attacks. 263 government organizations. Now, 21 years later, we're actually able to look at things with a cool and very prudent and calculated approach. But in the heat of it, I want to be very clear in the heat of 9 11. After it happened, you wouldn't dare oppose this sort of expansion of the government. It's
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot: 'We Welcome Texans to Chicago'
"Lori Lightfoot, the mayor of Chicago where people are gunned down and shot in the highest gun control city in the United States blaming Abbott for racism for moving these people the same way President Biden's done for months. Texas, obviously, if none of these migrants were sent anywhere else would have to bear all the bread of this themselves are these migrants better off going to places like Chicago, welcoming cities to get cared for. Well, I think alderman reboots kind of alluded to this. I'm happy to take and drain Texas of all of its residents. I wouldn't want to live in a state with a governor like that. I certainly want to want to live in a state where they are doing everything they can to strip people of their basic rights and let's not forget about what they've done to women and others who are seeking reproductive healthcare. So we welcome Texans to Chicago. And we'll rent a buses next time. To bring them here. That is a great idea. Mayor lightfoot, why don't you start sending the buses down, let them load them up, let you pay the bill for them moving these illegal aliens from Texas to Chicago. And by the way, maybe mayor of New York and the mayor of D.C. will do the same things because they're just getting a small portion of the millions of illegals that have come across the border during the time that President Biden has been claiming that the border is secure. His Homeland Security chief my York is claiming the border is secure. And yet 2 million people coming across and being schlepped around the country by the Biden administration and now they're protesting when a few thousand are taken to Chicago, taken to New York and taken to Washington D.C.. She
DHS Video Encourages Young People to Report Their Elders to the State
"Want to play a piece of tape here, play cut 30. Consider this post from Susan's feed. It's from her uncle Steve, who claims everybody knows COVID is no worse than the flu. Beware of phrases like everybody or nobody. Statements like these often commit the fallacy of mob appeal. By appealing to the emotions of a crowd for an idea to be accepted or rejected. Comparing a pandemic virus to a seasonal virus also commits the fallacy of weak analogy. Because the two viruses have telling differences. Steve fails to share those differences, committing the fallacy of suppressed evidence. Finally, unless Steve is an infectious disease expert, he is also committing the fallacy of appeal to authority. He is presenting this information as if he were an expert in the field. When he is not. What was that? That was a Department of Homeland Security video, published by your government, targeted to young people. Attacking the uncle who compares COVID to the flu and encouraging them to potentially report them. That you should need a report your elders to the state. Let me
Biden names new Secret Service director amid Jan. 6 scrutiny
"President Biden has appointed a new Secret Service director I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest President Joe Biden has named Kim cheadle who's a veteran Secret Service official as the agency's next director Her appointment comes as the agency faces controversy over missing text messages around the time that thousands of supporters of then president Donald Trump stormed the capitol She takes over as congressional committees and the homeland securities internal watchdog or investigating the missing messages The Secret Service has said that those messages were purged during a technology transition Cheadle worked at the Secret Service for 27 years and was the first woman to be named assistant director of protective operations that division provides protection for the president and other dignitaries I'm Lisa dwyer
James O'Keefe: DHS Bulletin Smears Conservatives as 'Extremists'
"James what's this bulletin all about Mark this is a document that was given to us by a source inside of the Department of Homeland Security It's titled joint intelligence bulletin It stated August 12th and it talks about in light of the Mar-a-Lago FBI raid This is an internal document for official use only that was given to us by a source inside DHS After the FBI executed the search warrant Palm Beach on August 8th the document talks about dv domestic violence extremists motivated by range of ideologies who have grievances against the FBI So this document talks about this D VE in light of the militia extremism we expose that the FBI document we exposed just a few weeks ago that Ted Cruz talked about in the Senate hearing this is an internal document that really is shining a light on the Department of Homeland securities view of people with ideologies who are upset about what happened calling them domestic violent extremists
Wolf Blitzer Should Just Say What He Means
"Caught one go As you probably know by now I'm sure you've seen this joint FBI Department of Homeland Security bulletin It's now warning of what they call unprecedented violent threats in the wake of the search of Mar-a-Lago Now what's interesting about this is I believe it was project veritas that broke this right mister producer I believe so and we'll have James O'Keefe on the program and literally ten to 15 minutes But of course the constipated news network and no better picture of that than Wolf Blitzer quite frankly He looks like he's in pain every day He looks like he said too many Bologna sandwiches But anyway so He said the Department of Homeland Security if you question what took place a Mar-a-Lago ladies and gentlemen you're a potential threat Your potential threat Go ahead President Donald Trump responsible for inciting his supporters Yeah absolutely a 100% wolf So he wolf You bring this guy on You ask a phony question by putting a question mark after it Why don't you just get on the air and say I'm Wolf Blitzer I'm a star as a ten year old turd And I believe Donald Trump is inciting his supporters with his comments Now among the comments that Donald Trump has put out there is it's time to lower the temperature something terrible is going to happen They act like Donald Trump has all this power They think he's like Chuck Schumer Urging the Democrat party ma the Democrat party militia to attack two Supreme Court Justices
Everything You Need to Know About the FBI Raid of Mar-A-Lago
"24 hour period we saw some of the most significant expansions of federal power ever. This is more significant than the creation of the Department of Homeland Security in 24 hours you saw to seemingly disconnected data points that are trying to achieve the exact same thing. You saw 87,000 new IRS agents approved by the U.S. Senate and you saw an armed raid of a former president and his home. What exactly happened yesterday? Well, Mar-a-Lago, for those of you that have never been there, it's a phenomenal spectacular property. I've had the blessing to be able to visit there a couple of times is the residents, not a property, is the residents of Donald Trump. It is his home. A hundred FBI agents showed up with weapons and a warrant that was signed by a judge we're still learning more about the judge because there's some information circulating about the judge saying that he might be connected to Jeffrey Epstein. We're going to get that confirmed. Shows up to Mar-a-Lago while he is in New York City. And walks out with 15 boxes, opens the safe, splinters the safe for what? The only action that could possibly justify that is if Donald Trump had an act of dirty bomb in the living room of Mar-a-Lago with an impending intent to try to blow up Miami. Or if Donald Trump was sex trafficking children via the Lolita express to some unknown island in the Caribbean. The idea of going in with armed federal agents, they knew exactly what they were doing though. This for weeks they were methodically planning this. Christopher wray knew about this raid when he was testifying smugly in front of the U.S. Senate. We even said last week on the program how smug and arrogant Christopher wray is, as he is in front of all the senators because he said, oh, you have no idea. Your boy's about to get rated next week. This was all planned.
DHS watchdog asked the Secret Service for all Jan. 6 texts, then retracted the request in an email
"Congressional Democrats allege a cover up on deleted Secret Service texts and demand records The chairs of the House oversight and Homeland Security committees have requested sit down interviews and internal documents from the Department of Homeland securities inspector general regarding deleted Secret Service text messages surrounding the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol House oversight chair Carolyn maloney and Homeland Security chair Benny Thompson wrote a letter to inspector general Joseph Kofi Monday The committee say they have evidence showing the inspector general's office first learned of missing Secret Service text messages related to the attack in May 2021 But efforts to recover the text messages were abandoned in July 2021 nearly a year before Congress was informed the messages had been erased Mike Gracia Washington
Dinesh Examines the Implications of a Third Political Party
"We all know that there's a good deal of political polarization in America, and it's often deplored as a bad thing. Wouldn't it be great if Americans could come together, but what is the way to respond to the polarization? Well, it turns out that there's a group of people and one or two in the democratic side and two or three on the Republican side. And they've decided that the solution is a new party. A third party, a centrist party that they call the forward political party. Well, it's kind of a weird name, first of all. And it sounds a little socialist to me. Doesn't like it, she goes, it sounds well, I mean, forward sounds a little bit like progressive. It sounds a little bit like, but I suppose what they would say is we're trying to find a way forward out of the polarization. Now, who's involved Andrew Yang now Andrew Yang is the tech nerd who ran for office. I think he ran for New York. And then he ran for mayor in 2021. And then he said, that's it. I'm out of the Democratic Party. Now that by itself is a good thing, but evidently Yang thinks that there is space for a new party and he's joined by some Republicans, although these are kind of has been former, old, establishment type of Republicans who are part of the, you know, the George H. W. Bush administration or the George W. Bush administration, so there is one guy who was part of the Trump administration, miles Taylor, a former Homeland Security official. And then David jolly, a former Republican congressman, a Christine Todd Whitman, a former Republican governor. Notice a common theme here, it's former. These are basically people who have lost office, can't really gain much traction, it seems like time has passed them by. They have no real constituency. So I think they kind of feel like if you put a bunch of losers together, you might get a winner by loser plus loser, plus loser equals winner, but generally loser plus loser plus loser equals three losers.
"homeland security" Discussed on WTOP
"Secret Service agents on or around the time of the capital insurrection were deleted. And now The Washington Post is reporting this week that text messages from top Homeland Security officials have also apparently gone missing. So was it all a mistake? Or could it have been deliberate? This morning, Washington Post technology reporter drew harwell, with more of what experts are saying about the missing texts. They're baffled, just like all of us, really. I mean, here you have the secret services agency that was closer to Trump and Pence than really anybody on this pivotal time that now says, you know, these really potentially important messages from their agents have been deleted. And their explanation for it has really strained the disbelief for a lot of people, the Secret Service that, you know, they had this pre planned system migration for their phones that they had asked the agents to sort of back up their data before they did the reset. A lot of the people we've talked to have just sort of felt like the argument that the secret services suggesting to explain what happened. It doesn't really make sense to them. And they feel like either something really sort of suspicious is happening here or there's an episode of incompetence that has affected what we can know about January 6th. Fair to say, drew that they're about split on whether it was this baffling incompetence or maybe something more nefarious. Yeah, I think so. The argument from a lot of Democrats you hear in Washington right now is that they're hiding something, right? Speaker service agents protected Trump obviously professionally and a lot of them liked him personally. So maybe they're trying to not share something that would contradict him or be inconvenient for the case as the committee pursues January 6th. But there are a lot of people who feel like, okay, we could see how something like this could go wrong. The secret services obviously it's in the name. They're very secretive. They prefer efficacy and security. And they've set up their systems so that the agents appear to have a lot of control over their own personal data and their messaging data. So did something happen here where the agency gave the agents the sort of responsibility to back up their own messages before the agency went through with this. The agents either didn't mean to or didn't intend to save those records. That's what we're trying to figure out, but the real matter of it is that these records should have been saved, right? Their by law, the Secret Service is supposed to preserve these records or the national archives. None of this should have ever happened. So yes, but everybody sort of split over whether this was in confidence or something worse. This changeover that apparently caused all of the texts to go missing. Did it affect everybody in the Secret Service and Homeland Security or adjust these people whose texts the committee wants? Well, right now we're trying to figure that out. You know, the Secret Service said, we don't have many other texts to provide to the inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security who had asked for more than a month of text from several dozen Secret Service agents. But the agency only returned one text from that entire time. And so the question becomes where agents risk texting in a different way. Instead of IMS, maybe they were using apps like signal or were these messages to totally
Glenn Kirschner Wants Republican Lawmaker Insurrectionists Dealt With
"We were saying you are confident they're going to find all these missing texts and Homeland Security, including Homeland Security officials. We were hard to say how much bigger than Watergate this is. There are a lot of there are a lot of tapes, right? And texts and things missing. I mean, that's the one thing that struck me as the breadth of this because the other thing we have to talk about and you also tweet about is Republican lawmakers involvement. I mean, this goes through every branch of government, doesn't it? Yeah, you know, Merrick Garland is fond of saying and I agree with him. He said, look, we have to hold everybody accountable for their crimes, but we have to do it in a way that honors the constitution. Now, as a former career prosecutor, I embrace and I celebrate that sentiment. We have to honor the constitution in the way we go about investigating and prosecuting crimes. The problem is honoring the constitution is not a sort of part way proposition. The Fourteenth Amendment is part of the constitution. And the Fourteenth Amendment says, insurrectionists can't serve in public office. If you're a public official, you've taken an oath and you participate in an insurrection, you are disqualified. That's what the constitution says. So we have to honor the entirety of the constitution, including the Fourteenth Amendment, and time is running out so the Department of Justice has to tackle these insurrectionists who are running for reelection because if they don't, they will burrow back into government and continue to try to kill our democracy from within.
"homeland security" Discussed on WTOP
"The top stories we're following for you this morning on WTO, the Justice Department is investigating Donald Trump's actions as part of its criminal investigation into efforts to overturn the 2020 election results. Prosecutors have asked in recent days about conversations with former president Trump, his lawyers, and others in his inner circle. Investors and economists are bracing for another interest rate hike, the Federal Reserve is expected to raise rates by three quarters of a point today as part of its efforts to combat soaring inflation. We're in the middle of another COVID wave now and the spread of the virus is now classified as high in Montgomery county. County officials and the CDC are again recommending that people wear masks indoors. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. The top Republican on the Senate Homeland Security committee says China has recruited Federal Reserve economists for more than a decade to share sensitive and confidential information about U.S. economic policy making. Ohio is rob Portman says it's an attempt to influence the Central Bank in a report Portman details what Senate investigators call long running and brazen actions by Chinese officials and certain Federal Reserve employees. He says the fed has failed to effectively fight the threat because it doesn't have sufficient expertise encounter intelligence or adequate policies to thwart China's influence campaign. It's 7 18. Traffic and weather on the 8s and Jack Taylor and the traffic center. Oh, with some caution downtown, our trouble now leaving the 11th street bridge onto the freeway going three 95 southbound after main avenue. That's what we've got word of a crash and it's solid now unfortunately as you leave the 11th street bridge from I two 95 going northbound. D.C. two 95 also a slowdown as you approach and pass nanny Helen Burroughs avenue in east capital street. Bladensburg road north near 17th street northeast, we earlier had some fire department activity a clothing donation bin had been on fire the right lane had been closed. You're gonna find a delay in Maryland on the beltway inner loop south of town, saint Barnabas road down toward the Wilson bridge, topside outer loop, brake lights from 95 over to Georgia avenue, then just a little heavy traffic through the big curve where you emerging with everybody coming off this purr. Two 70 lanes are open, but heavy, near the monocacy through urbana down to one O 9, leaving clarksburg you're good, headed toward Rockville, should find nothing in your way. Route two and Arnold, northbound, near being a boulevard, there was an earlier crash. All right, into Virginia, a little bit busier on this side of the ledger, inner loop, your heavy as you approach Braddock right up toward two 36, 66 headed west on that ramp to 28 Centreville, stay far right. There's a broken down vehicle, no flashers on unfortunately. Braddock road going eastbound Southampton drive. That's a reported crash, and there was a wreck blocking the intersection of franconia road at the intersection of lowest tail road and commerce street follow police direction. The reminder, how toward rose Dale, telegraph road remains blocked till further notice between franconia road and Sharon chapel road, this unfortunately due to a water main break. For over 35 years in the DMV, Greenberg and Benjamin has helped tens of thousands of clients who have been hurt in auto accidents, or victims of medical malpractice, visit GB lawyers dot com and feel better. Jack Taylor WTO P traffic. The forecast with storm team four and meteorologist, Lauren ricketts. The Weeknd still looks beautiful with low humidity, but the next couple of days a little unsettled mid to upper 80s today, temperatures around 90 tomorrow mid to upper 80s on Friday each day from today through Friday. We're going to have a chance for some showers and thunderstorms. Some of those are going to be strong to severe. It looks like the best chance for strong to severe storms are going to be on Friday. It's a cold front pushes through the area. But as I said, we're back in the mid 80s for this weekend with lower humidity and plenty of sun. I'm storm team four meteorologist Lauren ricketts. Right now we have
"homeland security" Discussed on WTOP
"A warning coming this week of potential domestic violence in the coming months due to several high profile events that warning coming from the Department of Homeland Security the bulletin comes amid a long string of mass shootings of late it also comes ahead of the Supreme Court decision on roe V wade And the highly charged midterm election This morning CBS News senior investigative correspondent Katherine heritage on why this threat being issued right now This assessment looks at the activity on online forums and it says they're seeing calls for copycat attacks like you and taking that attack as an opportunity to spread disinformation in this specific case Unwarranted claims that somehow the shooting was staged And the second level to this is that they're seeing also an effort to incite other grievances that are unrelated to the shooting In what ways does this go beyond the recent mass shootings Well if you think about the current threat environment they see this uptick in online activity and then also the individuals involved are kind of brittle if you will Sort of vulnerable to the incitement to violence So it's not just the mass shootings There's also deep concern about the pending decision from the Supreme Court about abortion rights and they see this spillover effect So it's not just on the right It's also on the left And a lot of undermining and grievances directed at institutions of democracy as well as political candidates Catherine this seems to lay out some really big challenges ahead for intelligence and law enforcement The issue here is very clear but it's very hard to resolve which is what really can be discerned as credible and specific intelligence And most importantly what can be acted upon and how does that kind of online activity cross a threshold and go beyond freedom of speech and what they have found in recent months is that when lone actors or individuals decide to take violent acts.
"homeland security" Discussed on WTOP
"Help change your life Here's Eric hyson the chief information officer for the Department of Homeland Security on ask the CIO Department of Homeland Security in partnership with Verizon I think I am able to succeed as the CIO for DHS that we have today When I left DHS after my first student we were just starting our 360 five migration and we've made so much progress in the last several years that it's allowed me to build on that work continue to focus on maturing our operations our cybersecurity But also expand how the CIO role in the CIO office is involved in delivering the mission on everything from our operations at the border to our work on Afghan refugee resettlement to how we're facilitating trade and travel and many more And so it's been that combination that I think has been where I've been excited to see a lot of progress For the full discussion visit federal news network dot com and search ask the CIO This is WTO P news It's 8 53 now will a teacher in Springfield Virginia is now out on bond after police this week arrested her for what investigators say they found while searching her home this week It was a tip about a SnapChat account that possessed child pornography which came in on Tuesday from the national center for missing and exploited children that led fairfax county police to the apartment of 28 year old Christine kisner of Springfield The search of that apartment where she lived alone ended with police arresting kisner and charging her with two counts of possessing child pornography Kisner is a science teacher at Irving middle school in Springfield and before that taught at key middle school in franconia Irving middle school sent a letter to parents on the arresting kisner is on leave and that the school is cooperating with police the investigators have not identified any offenses related to fairfax county public school students Mike Morello WTO news A driver accused of killing two people in a car crash will have to stand trial At the time the driver was operating a Tesla on autopilot The accident happened in a Los Angeles suburb in December 2019 When a Tesla Model S exited a freeway ran a red light and crashed into a Honda civic killing a couple on a first date 27 year old Kevin George Aziz Riyadh was charged with two counts of vehicular manslaughter a judge ruled there is enough evidence for him to stand trial marking what's believed to be the first felony prosecution in the U.S. against a driver using a partially automated driving system Wendy Gillette CBS News Prosecutors say Tesla's autosteer and cruise control were active and no brakes were applied.
"homeland security" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The intelligence at Homeland Security in D.C. raised the alarm He feared a mass casualty event They all were warned They all knew People on Twitter knew you know Just every day detectives that are like oh I'm seeing some stuff online Are you going the dark web or fortune or whatever Right We all could have we all knew Even if we didn't see anything we all knew wait there's no way This is gonna go down without something They were as specific as the 9 11 warnings Yes Yeah but also like when they say aspirational I envision someone with a vision board with glitter Right And pictures That's not what this fan of the secret If I just envision right it's not a passive thing Okay this kind of aspiration All right 46 minutes after the hour This portion of the show brought to you by my wild Alaskan company sandwich I'm so excited to tell you I'm a little more basic than you are I don't make beautiful Instagram photos Travis but I did the sockeye salmon with a little bit of honey and sesame seeds That works And a little teriyaki sauce Oh my God I bet that was delicious Oh it's fantastic We have a competition thing going Travis I swear to God has like stylus and lighting and stuff when he makes his wallet asking company fish It's really quite and then he goes at least I have a husband Look what he made He made the Brussels sprouts Whatever my point is I made the buses sprouts he made the salmon Whatever I made everything alone and I like it But my point is Jenny did you good quality You can almost do anything and it's good This is the quality of the fish It's flash frozen almost immediately after they catch it and it is I'm telling you ding dong you could receive a variety of well portioned wild caught seafood like salmon halibut cod and more delivered right to your door While the lasting company it's all the shizzle it really is I don't go to the supermarket anymore anyway but I used to stand there going previously frozen farm raised I don't know When do I have to cook it This is you know you get the highest quality delivered right to your door It is everything's in season Everything is fresh fresh fresh It is the best quality stuff I can't even screw it up and I'm not really even a chef of.
"homeland security" Discussed on AI in Business
"To the a in business podcast. This is our third and last episode in a short three part series over the last three weeks on ai and the future of defense. We had steve blank on the program two weeks ago. Famed silicon valley innovator with Some rich military experience and a real mover and shaker in terms of changing defense culture mike brown the actual director of the dia iu proper and today we have the technical director f- artificial intelligence machine learning at the defense innovation unit. And that is none. Other than jared donman jared holds a phd in mechanical engineering and was a post doctoral fellow and computer science at stanford university before making his move to become technical director of ai. For the d. i you a little bit over a year ago. At the time of this recording and in this episode we focused less on the international dynamics of kind of building ai predominance between the west and china and we focus more on the range of use cases that are present when it comes to the broad topic of in this case homeland security and defense. Broadly as well. We chris and cross between the two jared opens. Our is a bit too. Just how many different kinds of ai. Projects the department of homeland security and the dod and up working on everything from mundane paper processing to healthcare related applications. And almost everything in between. There's so much to cover in the public sector that ends up under the dhs. And the dod. And jared gives us a nice lay of the land of those different kinds of applications. I think when people think defense they think ai for guiding missiles when it's really not like that at all there are smart phd's who leave excellent schools finest schools in the world And work in the public sector and don't end up working missiles for the bulk of their time. They work on a variety of other things that end up helping with homeland security. That might seem more mundane but also seem pretty interesting. There's some interesting niche. Use cases that jared covers that i think will be surprising for some folks who are thinking about ai indefens- or a in homeland security also talk a bit about jared's career path going from top university and into the public sector and what public sector folks might do to be able to recruit more smart folks like him. So if you're interested in ai in defense or if you're just interested in a wider array of ai use case understanding. I hope that this interview will be helpful for you so without further. Do this jared gunman. You're on the ai and business podcast. So jared.
"homeland security" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"So jared really catch up. we're gonna be diving into some broad skull of what national security. Hey i use cases. Look like. But i think that your background is quite different than what people might think. We're talking to folks in the dod the dia you talked to us a little bit about your background education wise and how you came to the position that you're now sure. Thanks then i'll give you the the winding story that's in insurance for kofler. Heard thus far has focused on developing new technologies in central interconnected areas national security healthcare energy the environment and leading into practice. I started out developing energy technologies. I was working on building. New types of energy services undergrad. I was using high-performance computation and applied mathematics to investigate better ways to stabilize fusion reactors master student and while i love building new technology and still do. I hadn't inch to understand the many problems that crop up when you try to take new technology and put it into practice year business school enduring that most of that actually worked in tanzania with a company what was then called off electric working to deploy small scale solar technology in technically feasible economically. Sustainable way i learned a lot doing that and really wrestled with a decision about whether to keep working on that effort or pursue a ph d. I ended up doing a phd based the stanford mostly because i thought that some of the technical fundamentals that were changing in real time would be the basis of the way that our economy and our society would function during my lifetime. I focused on leveraging performance computation at medical imaging systems designed flexible fuel combustion chambers over the course of those four years in my phd. I began working with machine. Learning algorithms computer vision to analyze medical imaging data and realized how useful a tool that this type of approach could be in practice. As a result of that. I ended up sticking around stock at stanford i got the opportunity to work at the stanford et al present. What your particular for. A guy named chris wray over there. Who's not post. Doc adviser
"homeland security" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"Ai in business podcast. This is our third and last episode in a short three part series over the last three weeks on ai and the future of defense. We had steve blank on the program. Two weeks ago famed. Silicon valley innovator with Some rich military experience and a real mover and shaker in terms of changing defense culture mike brown the actual director of the dia iu proper and today we have the technical director artificial intelligence machine learning at the defense innovation unit. And that is none. Other than jared donman jared holds a phd in mechanical engineering and was a post doctoral fellow and computer science at stanford university before making his move to become technical director of ai. For the d. i you a little bit over a year ago. At the time of this recording and in this episode we focused less on the international dynamics of kind of building ai predominance between the west and china and we focus more on the range of use cases that are present when it comes to the broad topic of in this case homeland security and defense. Broadly as well. We chris and cross between the two jared opens. Our is a bit too. Just how many different kinds of ai. Projects the department of homeland security and the dod and up working on everything from mundane paper processing to healthcare related applications. And almost everything in between. There's so much to cover in the public sector that ends up under the h. s. And the dod. And jared gives us a nice lay of the land of those different kinds of applications. I think when people think defense they think ai for guiding missiles when it's really not like that at all there are smart phd's who leave excellent schools finest schools in the world And work in the public sector and don't end up working missiles for the bulk of their time. They work on a variety of other things that end up helping with homeland security. That might seem more mundane but also seem pretty interesting. There's some interesting niche. Use cases that jared covers that i think will be surprising for some folks who are thinking about ai indefens- or a in homeland security also talk a bit about jarrett's career path going from top university and into the public sector and what public sector folks might do to be able to recruit more smart folks like him. So if you're interested in ai in defense or if you're just interested in a wider array of ai use case understanding. I hope that this interview will be helpful for you so without further. Do this jared gunman. You're on the ai and business podcast. So jared.
"homeland security" Discussed on Geek News Central
"Follow the follow Indicator that warned someone that there's a tracking tag There's one of these tags tracking along with you so Anyway more to come on that. I'm sure okay. Amazon is announcing they season story. Two million counterfeit products in two thousand and twenty. So that's amazing. Over two million of proxy tillerson to amazon warehouse at twenty twenty and blocked more than ten billion suspected battling before they published in our store and the destroy. Something went to the film store. In cases were counterfeit products turned full mobility centers. We separate them attorney and destroy those products. So they're not real anywhere in the supply chain third party sellers can also ship products directly consumers have using amazon shipping system. The two million fakes founded amazon says only count for counterfeit products himself using the bill of bill by amazon service so Amazon to report was meant to reassure legitimate sellers that their product won't be counterfeited so amazon customers said that fewer than point zero one. Yes one percent of all products on amazon received and counterfeit complaint and twenty twenty point. Zero one at still pretty high amazon has invested seven hundred million played more than ten thousand people to protect our store from fraud and abuse and his escalating battle with criminals. Amazon said now. Reports confirmed counterfeits of law enforcement agencies in candidate china european union. Uk in us amazon also urged governments increased prosecution of counterfeiters. They're having stricter seller verification system and amazon monitors product details detail changes for fraud. So were they were doing bait. And switch where they displayed the real thing but shipped a fake and one case a twenty three dollar. Joan was sixty. Four hundred reviews received a five star average rating only because they had thousands of reviews from honeypots same point that product lewis and changed from food item to attack product. So crazy so they were selling something to store honey. In got great reviews and then they switched the product out for a A drone that was a piece of crap. So that kind of thing. Great article microsoft and mozilla plan new upgrade tactics edge and fire foxes bulldozer. That i that are the it guy or it lady so variety managed environments those view. The do that will be interested in this story. And how they're going to change those rollouts again. Already messed into space actual launch dodge cleaned. Funded moon satellite link-up. Show notes on that. You can read about it now. The big news really is apple may switch to its own. Five g iphone modems. Bhai twenty twenty. Three qualcomm remains five g chip supplier until then soviet big hit on qualcomm if apple switch to its own Silicon but i think that's probably Probably pretty accurate and but you know they're they say they're gonna rely on qualcomm for a couple more generations but they want to be on their own silicon if you live in new york city amazon's palm reading. Payment tack is now available. There's just one store for now you're gonna see this all over the place and You know long after shop in washington state. Use amazon's palm reading tech. They've finished when you're city making the biometric identification available in the amazon. Go store at eleven west forty second street functions as i did before once you sign up you just need to cover your palm above a reader to enter the store and approve your purchase so At least they're not chipping but they are putting our poems on record. Forty sporting four state attorney generals of ask facebook to abandon instagram for kids. The group argues facebook's for trekker with kids. Make this a bad idea and i would absolutely unequivocally agree and reminder they facebook is in the early stages a building a version of instagram for kids under the age of thirteen. It's all we don't need under thirteen. We're so screwed. We really are nasa. An axiom axiom. Space has announced first private international space station mission could happen as soon as january for astronauts make a trip aboard a spacex crew dragon module had spent eight days on the international space station and in return transport home a product or experiment samples so space tourism is looking to ramp up in the coming months so i hope they're paying a big price. Go up the international space station and use resources and and he may be support. The space mission. I guess so. It'd be curious to see how much this cost there'd be one retired. Nasa astronaut an three businessmen that are going to make the make the trip. So we'll keep our eye on this. But they're contracted with spacex for a crew dragon capsule. Facebook is testing a way or facebook. Test has a test going on that encourages people to read articles before sharing so this new interface feature will prompt people to at least open a link before they share it with their network. The company says is trying out the message if it prompts more informed sharing they say you're about to share this article without it says sharing articles without reading them may mean missing kickbacks and then offers users to options you can either open article reposted as normal so you wanna reshare a geek new central podcast link. It's going to prompt you to come to the website to make sure it's legit in the first place It's kinda interesting. Do you think that a scare people from posting in the just allows them to dictate the message more or is it going to do it for every time you share an article or is it only select people. Sony is expecting. Ps five supply shoot at continued to next year. Demand appears to be higher than it was for the ps four and According to comments from cfo in his recent earnings report that it's difficult persona keep up with demand for the ps five and. It's a situation that continued into twenty twenty two he said. I don't think demand is coming down the share in any way we secure a lot more devices and produce many more units. Ps by our supply. You wouldn't be able to catch up with demand. We've sold more than one hundred million units a ps four and considering our market share and reputation. Can't imagine the man dropping easily saint sony's Fourteen point eight million psi consoles in the financial year beginning april twenty one having sold seven point eight million through march thirty first. So if you've been looking at. Ps five demand will be continue to be high for those of you that listen to the show in the uk. Here's one for you martin. Lewis.
"homeland security" Discussed on Geek News Central
"That the just mimics who'll things on her so. I doubt you'll see this on a mr planners pitted canning time soon but it is kinda comical so for those of you. This thing link will be in the show notes for it. Apple's investing another forty five million gorilla glass maker. Corning this is after already. Investing four hundred and fifty million dollars over the past four years. it's all about rollable. Boll bendable glass so you know corning provides glass right if apple products who is the ipad and apple watch and last year they collaborate in the iphone twelve lineup serum shield technology which apple claims is tougher than any smartphone glass and makes it latest flagship store times more resistant. I've seen corning glass demos at cis you along with me if you've been the show per while you've seen those demos as well quite impressive little gimmicky but at the same time very very hard to break some of those really but we all dropping phones every day and busniess things so That they still have a ways to go right. I what did. I get burger king. Saturday went through the drive thru home. My god took forever Which is picking up some hamburgers before. We went over to steph unease. Stephanie diane is the is my daughter's name and before went over to her house to The work on that flooring issue and had my brother-in-law with me and we're talking about the impossible burger. I don't i've never had one. I don't desire to eat one but impossible. Burgers are coming to the to the us school system and possible food-secure child nutrition labels where it's impossible burger products which means they can now be part of a school nutrition program the united states attainment eight child nutrition label. Us steve buddha nutrition service had evaluate the plant based meat product relation as well as the company's quality control procedures and manufacturing process now does acquire to see and label for products companies launching a k. Twelve pilot program. This month and partnership was several school districts. And this should not surprise you where there's being tested the palo alto unified school district in california the aberdeen school district in washington. The deer creek public schools in edmond. Oklahoma i actually surprised at that. One and the union city public schools in union city. Oklahoma be the. I will be using the the impossible fox. Meat be in a in a variety of dishes for their menu. Those issues include tacos frito pies and spaghetti with possible meat sauce. Okay have any of you. Had this impossible burger possible. Starting something product is seventeen hundred kroger billion in stores. Two thousand walmart soars and twelve hundred public stores across the united states. So i just don't know what to think about the plant based hamburger. Gimme a good. Uc beef hamburger medium rare. Nasa's parker solar probe and this is going back a little bit detected natural radio missions from venus a. How did it do that well. It's skimmed the honest. Fear and five hundred seventy miles. Above the surface of july twenty twenty the probes electric and magnetic field detector fields picked up a low frequency output similar to one scientists noticed when galileo swum by jupiter moons. Sooners expected head hadn't expected to brush with the atmosphere. Although it wasn't a complete surprise the findings are another manner. Scientists using earth-based telescopes suspected venus's outs mysterious thinning is a son settled into a solar minimum. But the parker probe data appears to have confirmed it. That's widely different than the pioneer. Pioneer venus orbiter data from nineteen ninety. Two when the sun was near its dick solar maximum so No on venus transmitting on the radio. It's just natural natural frequency. Stuff that happens up there were suffer. Sparkling away will elon. Musk saturday night. Live appearance crashed the price of dodge coin. And i guess a whole bunch of other people are pissed off or another reason. I figured that out but It did it. Crash forty three percent after basically in a joking sorta way they said it was kind of what was the exact words he said Says it's the hustle. But yet they announced that they're going to do a probe going to the moon this going to be its first dodge coin. Minor Next year sometime so boyle boy all kinds of crazy stuff going on there. The united states is cracking down on bulletproof hosting providers that nibbled now where tax well for individuals behind a bulletproof hosting site have pled guilty to us racketeering charges. The services ain't accommodate criminal activity. Help clients detection was founded by russians. Alexander grece given andrey korsakov the other two parties have lithuanians who works admins on the site. But i guess they. I'm assuming here for individuals have pled guilty. So do they have. Do they have them here in the united states. I don't remember about this. Oh so let me see here. The recent guilty pleas aren't like they make a dent in their activities security. Researchers have noted most operators are base in russia or former soviet republics are likely to face prosecution long as they stay there. The four parties named by the ajay will be sentenced over the next month. Base up to twenty years in prison. So i guess i don't understand if these folks are why would you plead guilty of you weren't under custody. That's the thing. I haven't quite figured out here yet. But anyway. that's the headline security researcher. Successively jailbreaks yes. A security researcher successively broke an apple. Airtags so how he got ahold of these already is still kind of amazing to me I guess i'm already shipping. But this week in german security searchers stack smashing declared successive breaking into dumping and refreshing micro controller on. Apple's new air tag. So it's got a picture of it. All wired up got got it chipped up in the he hacked it but He was able to make it. Send a modified The l. and So not a big hack but One is interesting. None the less and what happens when they figure out how to hack this so that they can turn off the.
"homeland security" Discussed on Geek News Central
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I do here allowing me to have the resources to pay the insurance like bill rent everything that goes along with doing the show in the studio so definitely want to thank you all for ongoing sport of go daddy. Of course the studio designed by automate meet dot com for those of you. They're listening to the and check this show at live dot geeking central dot com check that out sound conditioned by that team. So let me get your real quick up. What happened since the last show Had a diane. My daughter which i told you about Worked on her place she's Had some issues in the bathroom and We cut some bad wispy out. Put some new well. We had a head. Oh my brother-in-law had a wispy and some leftover from one. My sister bill house so we we needed some. Some patch. Work done on samoa speed. That had gotten some water damage. Got that all done and hopefully in the next week will be able to get a new board down and her bathrooms can help out where we can but nothing special mother's day. It rained here. But i did take some time to scope out the future camping site that i'm going to be building and hopefully that project gets off the ground here in the next couple of weeks of course with the chip out the honolulu for my son's graduation which goes down the middle of next week. it's gonna be interesting to see if i may get anything done and also there's a few trees that are scheduled to be logged. Hopefully they won't come into the fall the cut those Because right around the camp area there's two or three. I think there are where the way they would fall with. Ball away from the camp ground but You just never know and how the folks are gonna timber. The are going to be. Cut the timber going to work on that but anyway that's what's been going on here. Nothing else back in the studio today. Working the working Work in the office. Were doing blueberry podcasting course sustained busy and That really is You know today was a series of meetings making some plans. Get some supper laid out It wasn't too bad of a monday in all things considered but for some reason i feel like it got hit by mack truck. I i really don't know why today just kind of a little bit sore. But it's a red bull night so If anyone else's byron up red bull tonight Please join me and no. They're not a sponsor here but That's what's going on so let's go out and get into the into the show. Content got a great stack stuff to talk about tonight in the first one is and i guess the verge is doing a a look nationwide of america's broadband problem and for for those of you that are listening and not watching the show whether you've via podcast or watching live. This map is really really interesting. So what do you. What they have is they have a county by county look at broadband utilization across the united states. So when you look at the eastern seaboard except for a few counties in maine and a couple of other counties in different states there there are hardly any. You've got heavy heavy adoption. So let's let's go over and look at like the new york and all that you know year and higher sixteen new hampshire. Let me scroll down a bit. Further in a lots of lots of adoption of broadband into maryland over independence. Avena you know looking at new york state. And they've got fifty sixty some some as high seventy percent. But then let's let's move to.
"homeland security" Discussed on WTVN
"The House Homeland Security Committee is looking into last month's capital insurrection. Jonathan Greenblatt, chief executive, the Anti Defamation League told the panel. The insurrection is clear evidence that the threat posed by white nationalist terrorism can be triggered by incendiary rhetoric. People in positions of authority need to clearly and consistently call out. This information, extremism and hey, whether again it's coming from the president. I'd states or a first term member of Congress. Addressing the State Department president Biden outlined a foreign policy that largely repudiates his predecessor president Undoing the Trump policy of blocking many foreign citizens who were fleeing repression and will now be able to raise the refugee admissions. Back up to 125,000 persons. The president also extending the U. S. Russia Start nuclear treaty but warning today's the United States rolling over The face of Russia's aggressive actions interfering with our elections. Cyberattacks poisoning its citizens are over and the field ABC NEWS Washington Japanese experts say the Haya Busa two spacecraft brought back 5 G of soil from the asteroid where you go 200 million miles out. Black Granules will be examined in a search for clues to the origin of the solar system and life here on Earth. This is ABC News. Ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing is getting laid off. If a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in $20 million searching for the next big trend, wouldn't you want to know what he found?.
"homeland security" Discussed on Ending Human Trafficking Podcast
"And if anybody wants to go take a look at that webinar. The link will be in the show notes as usual. So let's just start off and tell us what the center for countering human trafficking actually is sheriff so we launched the center on october twentieth. Officially the secretary signed the policy creating the center for countering human trafficking and committed sixteen of the departments federal agencies to come together encounter human trafficking both sex trafficking and labor trafficking occurring in the united states and also. We're going to be investigating the import of goods produced with forced labor in foreign countries. We plan on accomplishing this through existing law enforcement programs and then some innovative training and education. And of course working with victim advocacy so. The department has focused on human trafficking for years however the department is is a large department and we have a lot of federal agencies who independently look at indicators of trafficking through each respective agencies authority for example. Tsa airport they work closely in and monitor and and all are trained on what indicators might look like but now all of these agencies will have a representative who sits at the center for countering human trafficking that people in the fields can call and rely on on a real time basis for support when encountering potential victim or a potential activity that they believe might be human trafficking so when i first heard about the center i thought that the agencies that were gathering were really the same agencies that sit around the table on the interagency task force but then i began to understand that of homeland. Security isn't just one office or one building but there are sixteen. Dhs programs can you give me some categories for what those programs include. You mentioned already. Tsa that we see at the airport. That's something we all know about right. So the department has more than sixteen agencies but we decided that for the center for countering human trafficking their sixteen that more specifically align with this crime an investigating it so i mentioned tsa but both in immigration and customs enforcement will have ourselves homeland security investigation. Us coastguard is gonna set with us. Customs and border protection. Both the office of border patrol also the office of field operations. So the folks in blue uniform that you see at the ports of entry and then the folks that in green uniforms who said in between and guard the land in between arts eventually also customs and border protection office of trade. Those folks looking at all the importations having in and who many of you may seen have seen in the news recently for issuing withhold release orders on goods produced with forced labor fema secret service the federal law enforcement training center to name a few of the law enforcement agencies who will now have someone assigned to a center so tell us from your perspective what the significance is of convening those kind of resources in one place for those who've investigated this crime right in the feel. We all start somewhere. I specifically remember getting the lead. The first human trafficking case i ever worked in san diego california and it was someone reporting was actually the counselor of mexico letting us know that they believe some folks were being forced to work without pay and as a new investigator. You often wish you had center or you know someone specific that you could go to for all the things you might need to investigate this very complicated cases and i. I know that senator is going to be that center for law enforcement a place you can call and find out more about a potential perpetrator that you're looking at but we're gonna have four different sections at the center. One is gonna be operations which is gonna be subject matter. Experts sitting and working with our field offices of further human forced labourers sex trafficking cases brin have another section for intelligence. we already have new. No over ten analysts sitting at our center looking at cases helping field offices have ongoing investigations to further identify. Who the perpetrators are what the links might be an really build out these cases to make sure that we look at all the potential victims in the field and then also make sure that all the perpetrators responsible for the activity are being looked at also. The third section is victim protection in support. We're gonna work with our existing. Hsi victim assistance program to make sure that as we're pursuing these cases than as our investigators in the field are investigating a crime that we make sure that they're paralleling the investigation with victims the survivors and making sure that we're doing our part to stabilize them and make sure that they get the services that they're entitled to and then the fourth section of the center will be training outreach and right. Now we're working on cataloguing the different agencies that i mentioned existing outreach to catalog what it is that we have what exists who will be given a to what works what needs improvement and then build a cadillac bet that all of the existing agencies can continue to give independently but that we can make sure we have some metrics behind it also. The blue campaign will now be co located at the center. So they've done a magnificent job of raising awareness and providing materials really globally and we expect them to just align more closely with the law enforcement side of the house now and.
"homeland security" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Homeland Security of our Great Republic and then analysis on the battleground states. Which way is it Trending with Washington political editor For the most influential conservative website in the world. That's mad Boyle of bright but dot com. First let us we've got a caller on the line will have to wait for a second date. If you want to talk to us. The number here is 83333 Golkar. We to love your commitment. The numbers 833334675 to that clip was from the president in Arizona. Good year in Arizona. He is speaking right now. In Tampa, Florida. The first lady addressed the huge crown in the glorious sunshine and the president is still still talking at the post. I'm Kayleigh Mcenany is there If there's any breaking news we will share with you instantly. But let's talk. About the swamp, Miles Taylor. Miles Taylor. The man who has outed himself as anonymous. The person we were told by The New York Times is a senior Trump administration official. When in fact He wrote that letter. He wasn't even chief of staff. Well, the Department of Homeland Security He was a bag carrier. He was an individual in a very lowly rank, but the New York Times sold it as potentially a Cabinet member. Remember, they were even even theories that it was the first lady that wrote that scathing letter that read Hashtagged resistance broadside. But it wass an individual who, if you read the Wikipedia is propaganda. It's garbage. But even Wikipedia Gives us a very interesting insight into this man who worked first in the Bush administration. Who admits that he, actually while he's donated. Two Republican candidates over the years. He donated Obama's campaign. In 20. So why would a registered Republican Donate. To barrack Hussein Obama. Here's a quote for you from Miles Taylor no longer anonymous I was gunning for John McCain. But wanted to be able to tell my kids that I supported the first black president of the United States. I was gunning for McCain. Well, that tells you something. But I gave money to Obama so I could virtue signal to my Children. That's why we elected Donald Trump. You have no moral center if that is what you do. If in accordance with virtue, signaling Ugo against your principle decision. Oh, he's black. Therefore I will donate to the rival off my party. That's the definition of swamp creature. Not only that this is an individual. Who Just lied. To the American people, and I'm curious if CNN is going to do anything about it, because not only has miles Taylor translated his swamp like activity into the quote. This is quite stunning. When he left When he was kicked out of the Trump administration. He ended up as head of national security. For what? What do you think? He ended up his head of national security for Coca Cola. Federal Express. No. Google. Google. The people. Who are censoring conservatives. Right now. That's where Miles Taylor the scum Miles Taylor, his head of national security. Not only that. He's a contributor for CNN. Are they going to fire him from that position? Because not too long ago live. On that strange individual. Anderson Cooper's show. He lied not only to Anderson Cooper. But to see an end. Into the whole world. Let's listen to Miles Taylor demonstrate to you his moral fiber. This is video cut. Six. Anderson, Cooper and Miles Taylor. Wake up. There was not bad. There was a book by someone calling themselves anonymous. Are you aware of who that is? I'm not looking at. That was a parlor game that happened in Washington D C of a lot of folks trying to think of who that might be. I've got my own thoughts about who that might be, but You know you're not a president. I certainly don't want to. I wear a mask for two things. Anderson, Halloween Tze and pandemics So no It's really good to watch the video if I'm a I'm a trained interrogator. If you didn't know that about myself, my M. O s and the British reserves was my job was interrogator and they're certain tells that Toons find very, very hard to control. Anderson Cooper clearly got some kind of tip. So he asked. Smiles. Taylor live. On this. So are you anonymous. I've posted the video on my Twitter feed. Seb Gorka. Look a tw two things. First, watch it and look at Miles Taylor's throat. Look specifically at his Adam's Apple. And watch it again. Look at his eyelids. Look at his eyes. Instantaneously. Without being able to control himself. When Anderson Cooper asks him, are you The scurrilous Seditious. Anonymous. That pen that article. For The New York Times. He swallows twice. He has a nervous reaction. Because he doesn't know how to deflect. At the same time as he swallows. He blinks four times rapidly right after each other. Hey, to tell and Miles Taylor is a liar. He's a bad liar. But he's a liar. And he's the reason that we elected Donald J. Trump to be the president. And he is exactly why he must be re elected. Five days.
"homeland security" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle
"So we're back with Paul Rosenzweig Talking Homeland Security I noticed that during your tenure at Homeland Security, a couple of your focuses were very interesting to me. One of which was international rules for data protection is that another term for cybersecurity actually, no rules for international data protection were rules about when we as the US government could or should share information with say our partners in Europe or when Europeans would share information with us more limited -ly with other nations like Brazil or India, what type of information? Well, the main locus of that information at the. Time was large scale data sets about things like who's moving money around and who's traveling. It turns out that the best ways to kind of get a handle on terrorist activity are through following their communications, which was an essays job following their money movement, which was treasuries job and following their travel, which was DHS job. So strategically, our goal was to get better insight into how terrorists were moving around the globe including through Europe. The problem with that is that in order to get insight into terrorist movement, you have to collect information about the movement of everybody. Helped me understand why why you would need to track everybody's movement in order to track certain targets that you've identified as potentially dangerous first off often we don't identify them until after they've traveled. So if we don't have a historic record of WHO's entered the United States in the last six months, say I can't look back and say, Oh, I just found out that the Mohammed Atta who is a terrorist and he may have arrived sometimes in the last six months. That's the first bit of it but the other more innovative and also intrusive aspect of it was that we wanted to build. A system that would build connections between people. So for example, if we knew that Mohammed Atta was a terrorist, we would also want to know something about the person who made a reservation with the same travel agency on the same day as Mohammed. Atta. So one of the things that remember back then because two decades ago doesn't seem like that far from me anymore we were concerned that the tools used to track potential terrorists targets could also be used to track I don't know the other political party for example, that's exactly what the problem was a with the collection in the first instance. I mean, the department took the view that that the terrorist threat was sufficiently real and that risk was small. So we were urging that we go for with it. Your concern was very real because I could just as readily say, let's track Jane because he's the head of the Democrat Party in Malibu and follow all the people that she knows and build a profile on her the Europeans were very reluctant to..
"homeland security" Discussed on KCRW
"I see Marathon and get a top 10. But I couldn't definitely Find my own route. Macon Afghan tea That's interesting. And then my name will be on something. Katie fastest known time quickly now to the news. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. President Donald Trump has signed executive orders aimed at bringing down prices Americans pay for prescription drugs. Move, fulfilling a campaign promise made by the president and coming as he steps up his efforts to win reelection. Among other things, it would bring down costs were certain medicines like insulin and also allow states wholesalers and pharmacies to import less expensive drugs from Canada. The American people pay an average of over three times more for medicine than the Canadians. Many people go to Canada. I see it all the time. They go to candidate by drugs, and then they come back. Description drugs because they save so much money The trip is well worth. The orders would also require pharmacy benefit managers to pass on discounts to patients and allow Medicare to pay lower international prices for certain drugs. Sandal is stealing itself for a weekend of potentially violent protests that follows reports the federal government sent law enforcement agents to the city more from NPR's Martin cost. Mayor Jenny Durkin says she's learned that Homeland Security has sent quote limited agents to Seattle to be on standby in case they're needed to protect the federal courthouse. Durkin says such reinforcements are not unusual, but she's disappointed that the feds didn't tell her that they're becoming And she's worried the news will inflame protests planned for this weekend. And I'm just urging everybody who hears my words. Please don't take the bait. Don't buy into it. Be peaceful. Most demonstrations here have been peaceful. But in recent night, some protesters have smashed windows and.
"homeland security" Discussed on KOMO
"The Homeland Security Department says that those agents air they're guarding federal property. Listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the CO Mo Morning news 602 right now. On a cloudy start to this Wednesday morning, 63 degrees the current temperature in Seattle Along with Greg Herschel time Manda factor here. The top stories from the camo 24 7 news Center. State Athletic officials say there will be a high school football season this coming year, but it'll be in the spring, not the fall, almost core when take reports the pandemic is forcing widespread changes. There simply are not enough counties in phase four of the governor's re opening plan, the phase that allows gatherings of 50 or more people So, the Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association says the football season will now begin in March 2021. Lakewood High School Junior Jaden Riley is philosophical and something And something's better than nothing. The W. Ay is announcing a four season sports schedule, along with football boys and girls, Soccer and volleyball also are moving from fall to spring. For Jayden. At least the uncertainty is over. He knows he'll get to play eventually feel like his boosted morale within a lot of people just hearing you today because, you know I have something to look forward to. Washington becomes one of a handful of states, including California and Virginia to call off high school football for the fall. Washington schools will have some fall sports low risk events, including golf and cross country. Korwin Hey HQ co Moh news business in the North Shore School district will not be on campus when the school year begins. The district made the decision, it says, based on guidance from the Health Department and the increasing number of Corona virus cases, almost Carleen Johnson has reaction from the state school superintendent North Shore, like many districts, was considering a hybrid learning model where students would come in person a couple days a week and then Stay home the other days, but they say it is just not safe at this point because of the pandemic can't says the same and federal way is considering it. Now State School Superintendent Chris Rate Dull is promising parents. The entire remote learning model is going to be much improved statewide requiring district to do even in online models. They have to have daily on weekly schedules for their elementary, middle and high students that are published. They have to show that they could meet 180 days 1027 instructional hours for their annual calendar. I mean, they're taking daily in the north. Sir, plans to have teachers in their classrooms at least part of the time offering live instruction while students learned from home. Bellevue plans to make an announcement about its plan today and I'm told Seattle is also expected to tell families with the plan is sometime this week. Carleen Johnson Come on news. It's sick. So for right now, the whole morning news where you get traffic.