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Fresh update on "homeland security" discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

00:56 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "homeland security" discussed on No Agenda

"Pro palestinian that she had to go in and make a big stink and then voted present present. Nancy would let her vote against And i think that that was meant to cover stuff. Here's yes a proud of. What a the phony. yeah. I think that was the cover up. All the nutjob stuff. That's in this but okay. That's how it goes kind of. I did a lot of reading so there was no there was no extra space space For staff for any off world budgets. That i could find but a lot of social basically the nda environmental social governance version except for the actual pollution that they make the people they kill. We're environmental own socially governed. It's about time the wall down by del. Rio in texas has been really interesting haiti reports. Let's do that. And then i then i then i'd like i got three clips from from the border what you got in haiti. Oh man i i've got. I've got four clips in one of them is the democracy now rundown and we already warned about any here. She goes special. Envoy to haiti has resigned in protest over the biden administration's policies in a letter. The longtime diplomat daniel for wrote quote. I will not be associated with the united states inhumane. Counterproductive decision to deport. Thousands of haitian refugees foot also criticized the by administration for meddling and haiti's political affairs including its support for reo. only as haiti's prime minister following the assassination patient president giovanni in july foot wrote quote this cycle of international political interventions in haiti has consistently produced catastrophic results. Foot's resignation came just days after. Us border patrol agents on horseback filmed chasing grabbing and whipping haitian asylum-seekers who gathered and makeshift camp and del rio texas on thursday the department of homeland security banned the use of horses in the area but deportations continued despite growing criticism from human rights advocates. The new york times reports the biden administration is now deported. Nearly two thousand haitians. Since last week about three thousand haitians remain in the makeshift camps and doria while thousands of others have been allowed to stay in the united states. Yes the funny bit of all. This was the horses was the border patrol in the horses and it was funny until until the administration the president and the vice president started lying and saying that that these these men on horseback. We're whipping whipping. It went from whipping to You know they tried to move it around but man. Here's the vice if you don't mind just because of my favorite part is when they when these other radicals came out and said there weaponising these horses and my favorite part weaponize horses. Have you ever been to new york city. Yes or the police police horse squad and that's what horses are for their just their do intimidate play are they are literal weapons yeah weaponize a weapon hey weaponize that pistol. These people are stupid. Here's our vice. president depicted. Did those individuals horseback treating human beings the way they were horrible and I fully support what is happening right now. Which is thorough investigation into exactly what is going on there But human beings should never be treated that way and deeply troubled about it and the whole point is that we have to understand eighty. I mean talk about a country that has just experienced so much tragedy that has been about natural disasters if we really have to do a lot. More to recognize that as a member of the western hemisphere. We've got some very basic needs that the people of haiti have to get back up. We'll just like your communist. Amy there This is all not true. These people did not come from haiti ten years ago and they went to brazil. That's where most of them are from and they've had lives maybe not also colombian-venezuelan death throughout the throughout south america. But she's making salad. Oh by the way. Not a single report on president assassin. Assassination earthquake Hurricane no one cared about haiti but nah yeah all the poor haitian people. A- diss ingenuous woman. This camera harris but nothing compared to the shock. Jock maxine waters. I'm pissed i'm unhappy. And i'm not just unhappy with the cowboys. Cowboys running down haitians and using their range to them. I'm happy with the administration. We are following the trump policy. He is the one that does not follow the constitution and would not allow those seeking refuge to be able to petition to get into the country. What the hell are we doing here. What we witness takes us back hundreds of years. What we witness was worse than what we witnessed and slave rate cowboys cowboys with. The rains again whipping black people his sons into the water where they're scrambling and falling down and all they're trying to do as scape- escape on violence in their country. It is untargeted. Is the poorest country in this hemisphere. It is unfortunate that they have no stable government right now. It is unfortunate that they've had to live through earthquakes. I've been working with haitians for thirty years to khuda ta ta went to the central africa republic. And i brought back. Aristide was exile into the central african republic. She's always been between canada and the united states treated worse than anybody else. Take it home. And so yes we're here and we're organized and we're saying to the president and everybody else you got to stop this madness and i wanna know in the first place. Who's paying these cowboys to do. This work they've got to be gotten rid of. They've gotten to be stopped. It cannot go on. And so i thank all of you for being here today. Right to story. Tell the story right to lie. What is going on and let people know that. They're trying to take us back here. We go to slavery aired worse than that and the children who are unfortunate to be in. This situation must be allowed into the united states immediately. Not tomorrow not next week. Not next month but immediately. Yeah yeah yeah lies. She really doesn't know that these border patrol agents or she's i mean. She is a shock jock so maybe just effect but she's. She thinks that he's just cowboys. Just some random cowboys. Who are jim. Jim crowed up please. Do you really think she's that stupid..

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Texas migrant camp empty, Haitians await word on their fate

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00:59 sec | 1 d ago

Texas migrant camp empty, Haitians await word on their fate

"No migrants are left at a Texas border encampment about a week after nearly fifteen thousand people most of the patients huddled in makeshift shelters hoping for the chance to seek asylum so far around two thousand were flown back to Haiti and stepped up flights will continue over the weekend according to homeland security secretary Alejandro Mayorga ignoring criticism from democratic lawmakers and human rights groups who say they left because Haiti is an unsafe country my R. because defending the expulsions they are driven by a public health imperatives he says about twelve thousand four hundred will get a chance at asylum they're being allowed to stay at least temporarily five thousand of them in DHS custody meanwhile the mayor of del Rio Texas where the campus located says officials will search the brush along the Rio Grande to ensure no one is hiding and finish cleaning the site before re opening the international bridge Sunday night at the earliest I'm Julie Walker

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Fresh update on "homeland security" discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

00:56 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "homeland security" discussed on No Agenda

"I read the read the nba the national defense authorization as anything. There's just the same old stamp was anything new in it. Well i think what what was going on just There's always something new. What's new this year and really has three. Sections is Gender inclusion specific gender programs diversity equity inclusion they snuck in some red flag laws for confiscating guns. That was nice but all of that was in the in. The in the mainstream was kind of covered up by The actress known as sandy. Cortez she did a great job of grandstanding about this vote. You know because she made it all about the iron dome of course like every year we fund the iron dome in israel and yeah such a such a pro palestinian that she had to go in and make a big stink and then voted present present. Because nancy would let her vote against And i think that that was meant to cover stuff. Here's a proud of what a phony. Yeah abso- i think that was the cover up all the nutjob stuff that's in this but okay that's how it goes kind of. I did a lot of reading so there was no there was no extra space space For staff for any off world budgets. That i could find But a lot of social basically the nda environmental social governance version except for the actual pollution that they make the people they kill but we're environmental own socially governed. Its about time. The wall down by del rio in texas has been really interesting shahidi reports. Let's do that. And then i then i then i'd like i got three clips from from the border what you got in haiti. Oh man i i've got. I've got four clips in one of them is the democracy now rundown and we already warned about any here. She goes special. Envoy to haiti has resigned in protest over the biden administration's policies in a letter. The longtime diplomat daniel for wrote quote. I will not be associated with the united states inhumane. Counterproductive decision to deport. Thousands of haitian refugees foot also criticized the by administration for meddling and haiti's political affairs including its support for reo only as haiti's prime minister following the assassination. Patient president. giovanni louise in july foot wrote quote. This cycle of international political interventions in haiti has consistently produced catastrophic results. Foot's resignation came just days after. Us border patrol agents on horseback filmed chasing grabbing and whipping haitian asylum-seekers who gathered and makeshift camp and del rio texas on thursday the department of homeland security banned the use of horses in the area but deportations continued despite growing criticism from human rights advocates. The new york times reports the biden administration is now deported. Nearly two thousand haitians. Since last week about three thousand haitians remain in the makeshift camps and doria while thousands of others have been allowed to stay in the united states. Is the funny bit of all. This was the horses was the border patrol in the horses and it was funny until until the administration the president and the vice president started lying and saying that that these these men on horseback were whipping whipping. It went from whipping to You know they tried to move it around but man. Here's the vice press if you don't mind just because of my favorite part is when they when these other radicals came out and said there weaponising these horses and my favorite part weaponize horses. Have you ever been to new york city. Yes or the police police horse squad and that's what horses are for their just their do intimidate play are they are literal weapons yeah weaponize a weapon pay weaponize that pistol. These people are stupid. Here's our vice. president depicted. Did those individuals horseback treating human beings the way they were horrible and I fully support what is happening right now. Which is thorough investigation into exactly what is going on there But human beings should never be treated that way and deeply troubled about it and the whole point is that we have to understand eighty. I mean talk about a country that has just experienced so much tragedy that has been about natural disasters if we really have to do a lot. More to recognize that as a member of the western hemisphere. We've got some very basic needs that the people of haiti have to get back up. We'll just like your communist. Amy there This is all not true. These people did not come from haiti ten years ago and they went to brazil. That's where most of them are from and they've had lives maybe not also colombian-venezuelan death throughout the throughout south america. But she's making salad. Oh by the way not a single report on president assassin assassination earthquake hurricane. No one cared about haiti. But nah oh yeah all the poor. Haitian people a- diss ingenuous woman this camera harris but nothing compared to the shock. Jock maxine. waters. I'm pissed i'm unhappy and i'm not just unhappy with the cowboys. Cowboys running down haitians and using their range to them. I'm happy with the administration. We are following the trump policy. He is the one that does not follow the constitution and would not allow those seeking refuge to be able to petition to get into the country. What the hell are we doing here. What we witness takes us back hundreds of years. What we witness was worse than what we witnessed and slave rate cowboys cowboys with. The rains again whipping black people his sons into the water where they're scrambling and falling down and all they're trying to do as scape- escape on violence in their country. Yes it is untargeted the poorest country in this hemisphere it is unfortunate that they have no stable government right now. It is unfortunate that they've had to live through earthquakes. I've been working with haitians for thirty years. Importing hook into to khuda ta ta went to the central. And i brought back. Aristide was exile into the central african republic. She's always been between canada and the united states treated worse than anybody else. Take it home. And so yes we're here and we're organized and we're saying to the president and everybody else you got to stop this madness and i wanna know in the first place. Who's paying these cowboys to do. This work they've got to be gotten rid of. They've gotten to be stopped. It cannot go on. And so i thank all of you for being here today. Right to story. Tell the story the what is going on and let people know that they're trying to take us back here. We go to slavery aired worse than that and the children who are unfortunate to be in. This situation must be allowed into the united states immediately. Not tomorrow not next week not next month but immediately yeah yeah lies. She really doesn't know that these border patrol agents or she's i mean. She is a shock jock so maybe just effect but she's. She thinks that he's just cowboys. Just some random cowboys. Who are jim. Jim crowed up please. Do you really think she's that.

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Officials: All migrants are gone from Texas border camp

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00:51 sec | 2 d ago

Officials: All migrants are gone from Texas border camp

"Officials say the Texas bordering cabin where nearly fifteen thousand migrants had converged days earlier he is now empty it's a drastic change from last weekend there are no longer any migrants in the camp underneath the del Rio international bridge homeland security secretary Alondra may work it says the U. S. has allowed about twelve thousand four hundred of the migrants to enter the country at least temporarily to make claims before an immigration judge to stay meantime he says the department is investigating after images surfaced of border agents maneuvering horses to forcibly moved the migrants I promise you those people will pay president Biden calls their actions in embarrassment the White House says he was speaking from the heart and not pre judging the probes outcome Sager make ani Washington

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Ancient tablet acquired by Hobby Lobby going back to Iraq

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00:39 sec | 3 d ago

Ancient tablet acquired by Hobby Lobby going back to Iraq

"An ancient tablets acquired by hobby lobby is going back to Iraq it was looted from an Iraqi museum thirty years ago now thirty five hundred year old clay tablet discovered in the ruins of a library of an ancient middle eastern king is headed back to Iraq the relic is known as the Gilgamesh dream tablet officials believe it was illegally imported into the United States in two thousand three then sold to hobby lobby and eventually put on display in its museum of the Bible in Washington federal agents with homeland security investigations sees the tablet from the museum in twenty nineteen the artifact will be repatriated at a ceremony at the Smithsonian's national museum of the American Indian I Walter Ratliff

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The Scam to Turn Texas Purple With Haitian Immigrants

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 d ago

The Scam to Turn Texas Purple With Haitian Immigrants

"The associated depressed many Haitian immigrants camped in a small Texas border town are being released into the United States to U.S. officials said undercutting the Biden administration's public statements that the thousands of the camp faced immediate expulsion Biden and his people are the most grotesque and unconscionable liars in politics ever They are unseemly they are pernicious they just lie and lie and lie about everything And so do their their little supporters like Terry mcauliffe who wants to be governor again in Virginia newson where they tried to destroy Larry elder they just lie through their teeth All 6 of them Patients have been freed on a very very large scale quote on quote on recent days according to one U.S. official with direct knowledge of operations The official was not authorized to discuss the matter and thus spoke on condition of anonymity put the figure in the thousands and now they think about 8 to 9000 Of the 15,000 Many have been released with notices to appear in immigration office within 60 days and outcome the requires less processing time and I'll get into this from border patrol agents than ordering an appearance in immigration court points to the speed at which authorities are moving The Homeland Security department has been busing Haitians from Del Rio to El Paso Laredo and Rio Grande valley they can hardly afford more illegal aliens too Along the Texas border And this week added flights to Tucson Arizona the official said Arizona's a purple state They want to flip it They want to turn Texas into a purple state and then a blue states all scheme It's all sabotage

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Officials: Many Haitian migrants are being released in US

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00:49 sec | 4 d ago

Officials: Many Haitian migrants are being released in US

"Asians have been freed into the U. S. on a very large scale in recent days according to one U. S. official who put the figure in the thousands the official who spoke on the condition of anonymity says many have been released with notices to appear at an immigration office within sixty days the homeland security department has been busting Haitians from del Rio to el Paso and Rio Grande Valley along the Texas border and this week added flights to Tucson Arizona a second U. S. official also speaking on condition of anonymity so as large numbers of Asians were being processed under immigration laws and not being placed on expulsion flights to Haiti the releases in the US were occurring despite the signaling of a mass effort to expel Haitians on flights to Haiti under pandemic related authority I'm Julie Walker

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Options shrink for Haitian migrants straddling Texas border

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 d ago

Options shrink for Haitian migrants straddling Texas border

"Thousands of Haitian migrants straddling the U. S. border are facing some tough choices the migrants are at a makeshift camp in del Rio Texas but the US says they can't stay in this country illegally and it's flying them back to Haiti Mexico is now busting some of them away from the border homeland security secretary Alejandro Mayorga says this is heartbreaking but in his words if you come to the United States illegally you will be returned one risks one's life the life of one's loved ones for a mission that will not succeed he says images of what appear to be border patrol agents on horseback rounding up migrants horrified him and investigations under way more than six thousand Haitians and other migrants have been removed from the encampment in del Rio Texas I'm ready to fall late

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US officials defend expulsion of Haitians from Texas town

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 6 d ago

US officials defend expulsion of Haitians from Texas town

"The department of homeland security is defending the expulsions of thousands of Haitian migrants at the U. S. southern border but will investigate the use of horse patrols to block the refugees although initially defending footage that showed border patrol agents using whips and horses to push back Haitians approaching the river along del Rio Texas the department now says it will investigate calling the images extremely troubling earlier homeland security secretary hello hunter my Orchis himself a migrant says the US will increased flights to return the refugees to Haiti warning people not to travel to Mexico in an effort to reach the U. S. perilous journey is not the journey to take one risks one's life the life of one's loved ones for a mission that will not succeed because of the pandemic the U. S. is allowing immediate expulsions instead of asylum processing Jackie Quinn Washington

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Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas Promised Open Borders

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 6 d ago

Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas Promised Open Borders

"What he said A while back, right? This is the same secretary Andrew Mayorkas. That said, Listen. We're not telling you not to come to the United States. We're just saying Don't come right now. And this was at a time when the pandemic was really like, out of control. And it was for like, five minutes when he was saying Don't come right now. Right. It was it wasn't as forceful as came alive as the vice president, who when she said, she said, I'm telling you don't come right should have got that one. That's a funny audio, but She was more forceful in it, and she took heat for it. Mayorga says What he wants to say he doesn't take heat for anything. But so that's what he said today. Now he went on today and I think we have the clip from earlier this year in March when he said, I'm not saying that the countries don't come right. We are not saying Don't come. We are saying don't come now because we will be able to deliver, uh safe and orderly process to them as quickly as possible. Oh, safe and orderly. Yeah. Do you really think somebody saying I'm just saying Don't come. Just don't come right now, because we want to make this safe and orderly. Do you think anybody's going to listen to somebody that talks that way? I know I'm not. I'm just okay. Excuse me, sir. Step aside. I've got some border crossing to do, And that's exactly what they did, because he's literally opening the door. He's opening the border, and he's doing it at the command of the commander in chief, Joe L. Barbosa.

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Biden Administration Plans Expulsion of Haitian Migrants near Texas Border

NPR News Now

00:37 sec | Last week

Biden Administration Plans Expulsion of Haitian Migrants near Texas Border

"New administration is facing pushback over. Its plan to move those haitian migrants who are camp beneath a bridge on the us side of the border with mexico near del. Rio texas carleen. Joseph is with the activist group. Haitian bridge alliance. People have literally been spending five months on a journey dying on the way on me to be met with extreme violence again. only to be deported. Back to the same you know a disaster to the earthquake zones that they have fled homeland. Security department has announced plans to remove the migrants deportation. Flights are expected to start today.

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States learning how many Afghan evacuees coming their way

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00:48 sec | Last week

States learning how many Afghan evacuees coming their way

"States are learning how many Afghan evacuees are coming their way the binding ministration is notifying governors as well as state refugee coordinators there are about thirty seven thousand in the first group of evacuees state department data shows about five thousand of them will be going to California others are going to Texas Maryland and Virginia the administration has requested funding from Congress to help resettle sixty five thousand Afghans by the end of this month ninety five thousand by next year many of the new evacuees requested to be resettled in states where family is nearby each will go through a department of homeland security coordinated process of security vetting and health screening they'll receive about twelve hundred dollars to help with rent furniture and food and provide a small amount of pocket money at Donahue Washington

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U.S. Reopens Immigration Program for Central American Children

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00:54 sec | Last week

U.S. Reopens Immigration Program for Central American Children

"Mine administration is accepting new applications for recently reinstated program that helps them minors from central america to reunite with parents in the united states details from npr sprinkle or donas president biden restarted. The obama era program this spring that allows children from el salvador guatemala and honduras to apply to be reunited with apparent lawfully in the united states. The program was terminated by the trump administration after restarting the program the biden administration reopened fourteen hundred cases that had been closed by the previous administration then in july the biden's state department and homeland security department announced that it would expand eligibility to include legal guardians as well as parents in the united states. The white house says tens of thousands of families should be eligible for the program which is seen as a safer alternative to illegal means of

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US extending travel restrictions with Mexico, Canada

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:14 sec | Last month

US extending travel restrictions with Mexico, Canada

"On non essential travel between the U. S. Mexico and Canada are being extended the Department of Homeland Security's as they remain in place through September, 21st and DHS tweeted. The move was made to minimize the spread of Covid, including the Delta Variant,

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Biden Says Taliban in 'Existential Crisis' Over Role in World

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00:37 sec | Last month

Biden Says Taliban in 'Existential Crisis' Over Role in World

"Changed but is having an existential crisis about whether they want legitimacy on the global stage after taking Afghanistan. ABC News, Homeland Security contributor. Elizabeth Neuman says the Taliban's paying lip service to being different this time. It seems like they're putting these niceties out there trying to, uh, wait out the U. S is full departure and then you know, clamp down and I think we'll see. What we came to know. As the Taliban from the nineties, the U. S. Is struggling to speed up the evacuation of U. S citizens and allied Afghans of the Kabul airport. American David Fox is Afghan spouse and

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The Pentagon Has No Idea How Many U.S. Citizens Are in Afghanistan

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last month

The Pentagon Has No Idea How Many U.S. Citizens Are in Afghanistan

"So how many americans are still in afghanistan. wouldn't it be the role of government to find out. Will maybe if our government was spying on american citizens citizens domestically so much. We would have a better idea of the headcount in afghanistan another. They're too busy worrying about whether or not you reject kovic vaccine mandates. According to the department of homeland security cut ninety the pentagon has no idea. How does a multi trillion dollar government. Have even just a ballpark figure of how many of their own citizens are in a country that they're curly currently occupying and waging war. And how is that even possible. Cut ninety those numbers. The seven thousand saying this is this is afghan. Do not have a. I do not have breakdown. I i suspect that overtime as our manifesting process gets more refined we may be able to be there. But i. We don't have that specific breakdown. Khomeini americans american citizens remain in in. I don't know he does not know so who gets preference in priority will if you were to implement the doctrine of the woke the principals and the tenants of the activists like million austin who run our military will then americans do not get first preference to leave the country because americans are evil. You see if you implement nicole. Hannah jones belief that america was founded on slavery. And we've always been slayed. We've always been engaging in a form of slavery as henry. Rogers who renamed himself as max candy would say or tani see coats would say then. Why would you ever prioritize. Americans in a time of need you see when chaos breaks out you need to know your rulers priorities.

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FBI Joins Criminal Probe in Colorado Voting Equipment Breach

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

FBI Joins Criminal Probe in Colorado Voting Equipment Breach

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the FBI joins a criminal probe of a possible voting equipment breach in Colorado the FBI has joined a criminal investigation into an alleged security breach of voting equipment in mesa county Colorado Colorado secretary of state Jena Griswold alerted federal cyber security officials within the U. S. department of homeland security of the suspected breach last week griz walled accused mesa county clerk and recorder Tina Peters of directing staff to turn off the video surveillance of voting equipment before a may twenty fifth software update non employee who Chris Wallace office has identified was allowed into the elections office at that time Peters a Republican says the investigation is an attempt to take over mesa county's elections hi Mike Rossio

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Former Marine Says Liberal 'Woke' Fantasy Meets Reality in Afghanistan

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01:53 min | Last month

Former Marine Says Liberal 'Woke' Fantasy Meets Reality in Afghanistan

"Got it. All right. So, mark One thing you know, I'm pretty sure you remember. But I want to refresh your memory, but I was a former Marine. Served in Iraq. Oh, that's right. And now the one thing You know, and I also have the audio book of American Marxism. I'm going to the first couple of chapters. It is truly amazing. I hope everybody gets because it's definitely a book that was made for this time. And the one thing mark that I want to say in the military we have this one scene that we all understand. Right. There is respect for the man and respect for the rank. Right when we're overseas when you're in theater when you're overseas in combat when it comes to the commanders, and the commander in chief personality means absolutely nothing. It is all about policy. It is all about what the man does his actions that he takes and doesn't take. And the one thing that I'm now putting together even more see clearly, especially because of your book. Is the fact that to today's people like dark, hard society were incapable more and more of having two different thoughts at our in our minds at the same time. What I mean by that mark, is that President Trump as imperfect as he is not not a perfect man, not necessarily the best role model to have But when it comes to trump on policy, right the way that many of my friends that are in the military right now. To work in homeland security that work I used to work on homeland security as well, but many of them to work in the federal government military they did not care about tweets. They care about what President Trump was doing with his pen. Trump on policy deserves four more years. That is the only thing that matters. Now what we're seeing now, What we're seeing is the inverse. We're getting all this nice rhetoric. That's all fantasy world rhetoric of how the world looks like the way that they want to see it. But now what happened in Afghanistan is when this woke fantasy meets

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UN Chief Says Afghanistan Spinning out of Control; US Evacuates Diplomats

KFBK Outdoor Show

00:35 sec | Last month

UN Chief Says Afghanistan Spinning out of Control; US Evacuates Diplomats

"The Taliban continues to take control of parts of Afghanistan. The secretary general of the U. N. Warns Afghanistan is spiraling out of control. US Marines have arrived in Kabul to support the evacuation. ABC News Could troop contributor Tom Bossert was a former homeland security adviser to President Trump and criticizes how President Biden is handling the withdrawal. He's now this month continued to say We weren't there. The Nation state build And not acknowledge some of the other, more obvious counterterrorism objectives of our presence there, and the timing of this has led to a very predictable Taliban

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US Warns 9/11 Anniversary Could Inspire Extremist Attacks

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

US Warns 9/11 Anniversary Could Inspire Extremist Attacks

"The department of homeland security's putting out a warning in advance of the twentieth anniversary of the September eleventh attacks the homeland security department says the upcoming anniversary of the nine eleven terrorist attacks in addition to some religious holidays coming up could inspire extremists to act well the national terrorism advisory system bulletin doesn't cite any specific threats it does note that the US is in a heightened threat environment fueled by various factors they include violent extremists motivated by racial and ethnic hatred and resentment of restrictions that have been imposed during the pandemic homeland security issues these warnings to alert the public as well as state and local authorities I'm Jackie Quinn

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"homeland security" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"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

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"homeland security" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

02:54 min | 2 months ago

"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.

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"homeland security" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

03:06 min | 4 months ago

"homeland security" Discussed on Geek News Central

"And serve. Richard branson names are the most used by scammers The national cybersecurity center remove more than seven hundred thirty thousand websites running the tricks and twenty twenty and They been using base endorsement. Scans to basically yet people to buy all kinds of stuff. Criminals create baked news articles claiming celebrities. You're backing new. Investment schemes darker spread through mass email campaigns. Sms text or adverts they come with a link to website which courage victims vasan unscrupulous programs although the themes that attack is often cryptocurrency temple can used for any type of fake investment opportunity. So i guess this guy martin. Lewis is some big truly financial whiz. And they've been using his name in bane. Of course we all know who sir. Richard branson is so These can be very very very convincing. Finally tonight got a dream job for some of you and it's truly a dream job. You get paid fifty dollars to nap fifty dollars to nab a nap. You get paid fifty bucks for thirty days. Fifteen hundred dollars to nap thirty minutes every day and then you write about your experience by people. We'll get this job so it's not like it's going to be easy to get it but wow you pay me to sleep. Signed me up. That sounds like the perfect perfect perfect thing to do all right. This is going to bring us to the end of the show. I hope you had a good time with me today again. If you love the show geek center dot com ford session cider. Become an insider support the podcast. It is greatly appreciated when you do so becoming an insider. Yes the insider podcast is still coming. I know i know a broken record. thank you for being patient and Thank you for those of you have become insiders but Again the insider donation does a lot to help the show. continue justice. Appoint sponsor does the definitely courage to go tweeting. Central dot com ports insider. Fire that to five ten fifteen twenty or twenty five dollar donation of each did two bucks if they cheated two bucks. We could buy this building now. My sister building so she not sell it to me that we might be able to buy another building that anyway and we thank you opera being here. Thanks for being part of family We'll see on thursday with another edition of beginning to center podcast. It's been my pleasure to bring it to you again. The e mail address to send a comment is geeked music. Gm dot com. Stay safe daycare. Family members watch out for your pets be safe out. There was on thursday. take care bye..

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"homeland security" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

08:01 min | 4 months ago

"homeland security" Discussed on Geek News Central

"My state and the county value levin. Mike connell has thirty nine of people that are using broadband speed and what their qualify is is. Twenty five down. That's what they're qualifying is a percent of people that have broadband above twenty by makes down only thirty nine percent in the county next to me. His hillsdale county has twenty five percent. If my roll up to jackson county which is includes a pretty big town city. They're at thirty eight. Calhoun county which includes a battle creek is thirty three. And if i move over here and look at where grain rampages at sear. Did i get that right. I gotta come up and over. I think i think Grand rapids is an allegheny county thirty four percent but it just It shows you. The of people have broadband is not that high everyone is below the average and then they have counties that are really bad as an example Oceana county here in michigan. Fourteen percent are using broadband if we get up towards the. Up loose county eight percent mackinac county thirteen percent. And if i even look at iron county in the up nine percent but you know you back over to california and he look at san diego sixty two percent adoption. Orange county seventy five los angeles sixty five ventura sixty nine kern county. Thirty four percent by govind look at nevada at sierra nevada is which county is clark county is is i think that's the county for las vegas sixty five percent nye county twenty seven percent but he in northern nevada down on six three same thing with northern california horrible glenn county and california twelve percent up to seattle area always a fringe counties counties that are rural rural america and then we get into the middle america here and you know looking at colorado in. They have pretty good adoption throughout colorado. And but then you get down into texas. And there's again through large swaths of texas the tab no broadband. Texas looks like checkerboard Oklahoma same thing looks like a check checkerboard of no broadbent and then we get down in louisiana. Was like that not bad. This year that's This is georgia this mississippi. So mississippi's not great either. So you know it really shows and we look at Alaska one percent so just shows you that broadband is is really truly still a big big problem right now and And for those of you listening to show you definitely want to look at this map and get an idea. How many people have you have these counties broadband speed over. Twenty five megs. It's shocking. it's truly shocking. So it chose you. You know an elon. Musk and spacex. Put up another sixty satellites over the weekend. That crank krankl and mouse like every show. I can report and You know almost got the point where i don't even bother to watch the replay. Just wanna make sure nothing blew up so it is a it is a challenge and i think what he has found already by selling five hundred thousand potential subscriptions to starlink is. There's a bunch of people beneath broadband. And if i look at this map it's not. It's not just my area. Michigan indiana ohio tennessee kentucky tennessee. I'm looking at these. These states are just full of hardly any broadband adoption so. He's got a huge opportunity here to bring rog ban in the. You wanna see where your taxpayer dollars have been spent remember. Remember these these these Broadband providers have been given billions of dollars over the year to fix the broadband gap. And they've done little to do that. And covert and everything else is exasperated. What's going on and But they got the state of from microsoft. They made this map from microsoft. Data that they've incrementally made available and that is. That is a pretty remarkable. So eliza chat says i brad says i have two hundred down in five up that you know that. That's a dream for me out where i live in. When it was raining all day sunday and sometimes pretty hard might broadband just might my my thing would buffer buffer buffer buffer proper buffer buffer. Then it would play play play for five ten min buffer buster bumper bumper. It sucks. I did speak tests. I was getting like six and a half down half way up. Forget getting any work done. When you're on that type of connection. So i just absolutely cannot wait until starlink is available for me because it opens up a whole set of options here. What it could mean is that. I mean not need this studio space anymore. I might be able to move the studio to my rural loo living a location and save money. You know i would immediately be a huge savings because i could recreate this set very very easily. I mean i may be a little bit cousteau challenged but i could remake the set in the loft note. No sweat no problem at again enough room to do that and they're challenges just like anything else but why not and I even seen those like little Ten by twenty sheds that you can buy that you can sat. I thought maybe that will be great studio location if it again if i can get consistent broadband from starlink you know. I don't need this commercial space. I love it. It's kristie be able to go to work in it. It's really quite a dream to be honest with you and but it it's more than i need so i use the green room a little bit. I used the demo room a little bit but that could be duplicated as well in in the new location may not be as fancy that there be challenges and getting lights up that kind of stuff. But what else you know. It's like anything else i've ever done. So let's get this thing. Let's get this startling stuff going here. Alana i can't wait summer's coming. It's may my. I want my notification I really do it. It's it's to be a big deal. Breads says a can't imagine what you're going through todd. My wife has to work from home and needs at two hundred down. Absolutely you know i. I'm here. I don't get me wrong here at the studio i get four hundred down and twenty up when everything's working. It's modern.

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"homeland security" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:26 min | 9 months ago

"homeland security" Discussed on AP News

"This was an attempted coup to overthrow the government. Tomorrow, the House will start debating the charge drafted by Rhode Island's David's Cellini and others. Today it will vote on a resolution urging vice president pants and the Cabinet to immediately remove the president. Something. Pence has not indicated he will do. The president's not backing down and today plans to visit the US Mexico border wall to trumpet one of his signature projects, one overseen by the Homeland Security Department. Was acting secretary announced his resignation yesterday. Saga Room agony Washington Tomorrow it will start debating impeachment, with the president facing a single charge incitement of insurrection after the deadly capital riot president Who most of us believe participated in encouraging an insurrection. But first number two House Democrats Steny Hoyer and others will vote on a resolution urging vice president Pence and the Cabinet to use constitutional powers to remove the president. Hen says, given no indication he will do that and met with the president yesterday for the first time since the attack. No cabinet members have publicly called for the president's removal. Three have resigned with acting Homeland Security chief Chad Wolf. The latest FBI is warning of potential armed protests here and across the nation by Trump loyalists. Saga room agony. Washington The House is moving forward with efforts to remove President Trump from office a little more than a week before his term ends tomorrow. It will start debating impeachment, with the president facing a single charge incitement of insurrection after the deadly capital riot president Who most of us believe participated in encouraging an insurrection. But first number two House Democrats Steny Hoyer and others will vote on a resolution urging vice president Pence and the Cabinet to use constitutional powers to remove the president. Hen says, given no indication he will do that and met with the president yesterday for the first time since the attack. No cabinet members have publicly called for the president's removal. Three have resigned with acting Homeland Security Chief Chad Wolf, the latest the FBI is warning of potential armed protests here and across the nation by Trump loyalists..

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"homeland security" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"homeland security" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Department of Homeland Security has ordered computers with that software shutdown. WSB news times, 7 18, WSB meteorologists Kirk Mellish and his dependable five day forecast protected by great A pest management. They handle bugs and critters. Whole Jack Frost nipping at your nose this morning, but we will stay dry today. The main window for rain tomorrow. 7 A.m. to 2 p.m. lower coverage before and after that, with amounts of quarter of an inch on average and cold with the old wedge pattern taking shape tomorrow, and we stayed chili into the weekend. For today about a seven on the malice meter. Mostly sunny to partly sunny Hi Ron 51 Lows 34 to 38 Tomorrow Rain showers 70% likely in the morning diminishing well 40% chance. Late afternoon high 45 lows 32 to 35. For Thursday. I make some clouds and sunshine High 46 lows 25 to 28. My exclusive five day forecast Friday and Saturday. Sunny Friday. Mix of sun and clouds Saturday Friday. 52 Saturday 54 lows 28 to 39 Recapping our forecast for today, about a seven on the Polish manner mostly sunny to partly sunny, a little breezy and chilly high around 51 right now, 35. I mean Iraq's is Kirk Knowledge. 95.5 WSB Time of 7 20 times check in the morning drive again and here's Dr Bull. We bought the head Wind up 400 from Sandy Springs to coming at the crash. 100 south of Highway 306 is gone. Really? 400 is delaying free all the way into town 75 5 75 r light of the global but the right lanes of 75 south are slow get.

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"homeland security" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"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..

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"homeland security" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"homeland security" Discussed on 790 KABC

"He was always on my mind. 18. Us did it again. USC 30 56. The law that empowers Department of Homeland Security Secretary. Basically deputized agents of the federal government to go and protect federal property is. 40 U S. C. United States Code 1315 13 15 Look it up yourself. Read it. Anyone telling you the president doesn't have the authority through the homeland Security secretary to protect and investigate the destruction of federal property like they're doing important is just making it up. Read it yourself. 40 U. S c. 1315 I'd read through the whole statute if we had time. It's clear as day. You're just making that up. Stop spreading misinformation. Oh, the president needs permission. I'm holding back here because I'm very annoyed. Because people used the imprimatur of authority to say things on television, and people who don't know don't call them out. And now people believe it because the president is permission from Ted Wheeler, Portland to protect the courthouse. Where did you hear that? It's totally made up. It's not true. 40 U. S. C 1315 Look it up yourself, Dan Bongino show Paid for by tax advocate group. Are you tired of dodging the IRS for back taxes? Are you curious about potential new options available to you? Because of covert 19 The Corona virus has forced.

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"homeland security" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"homeland security" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Homeland security secretary Kirstin Nilsson announced her resignation Sunday US customs and border protection. Commissioner Kevin michelina Macalinsan will take over on an acting basis. CBS's Errol Barnett on Nielsen's tumultuous tenure in sixteen months as head of the department of homeland security. Nielsen found herself between the president adamantly dramatic change. Congress eager for oversight. This totally unacceptable. Secretary. Nielsen was grilled in front of the house homeland security committee for the poll treatment of migrants, and is a member of this committee. You're darn right. I'm gonna hold this you accountable for knowing what's happening at the bottom. There's joy in Waco, Texas site of Baylor University Baylor defeated Notre Dame eighty to eighty one for the NCAA women's basketball, title Baylor. Coach Kim mulkey. They're the defending national champions can score at all positions played zone against this. No thank people thought we could score against zone. We scored a lot of points. This great game for women's basketball for the men. It will be Virginia and Texas Tech Monday night in Minneapolis CBS's. Dana Jacobson has one of the games. Subplots? Had this story line of the only one seed to lose to a sixteenth, which is what happened to them last year against you NBC and to come back from that and be playing for championship the next year. It's not like everybody's gone. He's the guy that went through that both Texas Tech. Virginia looking for the first NCAA men's basketball title in school history. Both are in the final for the first time. No matter who wins Monday night history will be made in college basketball games on CBS at nine eastern. Have you noticed gas prices going up? You're not alone. They've been climbing steadily nationwide gas analysts trilby Lundberg gasoline. Prices have surged in recent weeks as a matter of fact over twelve weeks, they are actually up forty seven cents per gallon. We may see a few more pennies, but unless this is joined by still higher crude oil prices, then it will probably be just a few pennies before peaking a California woman who was abducted on a safari in a national park in Uganda has been rescued along with her driver. CBS news. Correspondent Meg Oliver has the latest American Kimberly sue Antica in her local driver, John Paul Moran, gay Ramez. Oh, were rescued. Sunday night, initially the gunman demanded a half million dollars. Ransom. The US. Government policy is not to pay hostage. Takers and Uganda. Authorities insisted they would not pay it. CBS news is told the tour group wild frontiers alternately paid money to secure their release though, it was a significantly lower amount..

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"homeland security" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"homeland security" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Higher. Homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen appeared before a house panel today for the first time since Democrats have taken control the house. Homeland security committee chairman says oversight of the Trump administration's border policies is long overdue this morning Nielsen reiterated the president's claim at the US is facing a security and humanitarian crisis at the border that the president had no choice, but to declare an emergency he hoped congress would act that it didn't have to come to issuing emergency declaration. If congress had met his request to find the resources that C VP has requested in February border agents, say more than seventy six thousand people were either caught crossing illegally or not allowed in that's higher than any February in the last twelve years London. Police are investigating the explosive devices that turned up yesterday at three transport hubs in London CBS news. Vicki Barker reports counter terror officials say. They're keeping an open mind about the mail bombs, but at least to have Irish pulse marks leading some observers to blame Brexit, and here's why after Brexit, data smart, the Irish Republic Lorraine in Northern Ireland will be out of the EU now an open border between the two was crucial to Northern Ireland's mainly Catholic Republicans laying down their arms, helping to end decades of sectarian violence. Tensions have risen as Brexit has neared yesterday's mailbox came after two bomb blasts in Northern Ireland in recent months. Vicki Barker, CBS news, London. A man accused of fatally shooting a stepmother in their home in Chula vista appears in court today. Raymond is scheduled for fifty five year old. No, berto Sanchez. Police say last weekend. He shot Maria Gonzalez several times she later died from her injuries Sanchez apparently called family member and confessed to the crime. He's being held without bail. Apple vice president Cristina rasp and San Diego mayor Kevin Faulkner today announced plans for the company to add. Twelve hundred jobs in San Diego. That's more than previously announced for its planned, San Diego campus. News eight Steve price has more many of those will be high paying jobs across a number a specialty engineering fields, including both hardware and software technologies. As for exactly where apple will be located. They say they're still looking for a location to build a campus. That's gonna feature office lab and research space. Now, apple CEO, Tim cook.

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"homeland security" Discussed on Civics 101

Civics 101

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"homeland security" Discussed on Civics 101

"I feel like they're being specifically target even though the bigger threat appears to be coming from white supremist groups there has been criticism for the department of homeland security on a number of different levels for waste at lack of oversight lack of transparency low morale can you give us an update on how this huge bureaucracy is doing to meet those challenges what i think in in terms of morale uh would do something started under the los administration under secretary j jossef former secretary now jay johnson was was something called unity of effort which is he it these organizations to work together in to think of themselves as department of homeland security because you're again as you bring in these twenty two different agencies into one agency they're still thinking of themselves as legacy customs in legacy ins so he created these task forces so one of the task force joint task force west has a border patrol officer as the head of it in his deputies or an ice employee and a coastguard employees so force them to work together to go after these drug smugglers human trafficking terrorist instead of doing it apart and so ice is doing his thing sebp is doing his thing in the coast guard is doing its thing that forced him to to work together so that it was this this unity of effort so so to speak and in some ways that helped with morale because people have a greater sense of where they fit within the agency so that's one thing that's being done and tung turns of oversight there have been some some issues in terms of reno tsa's had a number of issues with our whistle blowers.

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"homeland security" Discussed on Civics 101

Civics 101

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"homeland security" Discussed on Civics 101

"Guard is they rescue people when you're a loss boater out somewhere but the coast guard actually had a as a huge role in border security because they stopped threats thousands of miles away before they actually get to the us so they will target drug smugglers thousands of miles away off the coast of south america before they even get to the border they also uh target migrants who are trying to get to the us on boats run you recently wrote in the new york times detailing how the dhs has expanded its role in foreign countries and some other countries aren't pleased about this but how else could its various agencies prevent people from coming to the us other than acting in other countries while those those primarily the reason that there there is to target the threats as close to the sources possible rabin in some ways a similar to the military in the military always has his name as better to fight them over there been been here and that's similar to the way that dhs looks at it is that if we stop a terrace from getting on a plane in europe then that makes us safer here if we can stop a narko set up you know one of these semi semisubmersible submarines that the the drug cartels use that can store up to five tons of cocaine if we stop that off the coast of south america rather than trying to stop it as is broken down into kilos at the border then that's a good thing it the enough in terms of a public health perspective that debt makes us safer as well because the drugs don't get it so while there is some opposition in in some of these countries that simply the way that you are able to target these threats abroad well as we're getting more and more years are between september eleven and today and the dhs has been operating for some time is it drugs that they're looking at or terrorism has the focus shifted their looking at all of it in the act that created the department of homeland security and basically gave it the focus of a terrorism is contradictory in a way because the fbi is considered the lead agency or is the lead agency on counterterrorism in us so you know it's like whoa whose.

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"homeland security" Discussed on Civics 101

Civics 101

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"homeland security" Discussed on Civics 101

"Civics wanna one is supported in part by the corporation for public broadcasting who is the karn speaker of the house uh don't even know who will they on ruin the present favor when they tended the supreme court you can't refer to a senator directly by their name congressional redistricting gratien of power executive order national security see the final line everton a prescott and the specifics went to want the podcast refresher course on the basics of how our democracy works after the terrorist attacks of nine eleven america felt new threats had new enemies and declared itself leader of the global war on terror the federal government created the department of homeland security incorporating existing agencies and creating new ones to help secure the nation from threats and attacks helping us to understand homeland security today is ron nixon he's the new york times homeland security correspondent and ron thank you so much for joining us thank you for having me so the current department of homeland security huge and in charge of a lot of different agencies so let's start with the big picture what is its goal the overall goal of the department of homeland security from its inception is to protect america from a terrorist attack uh that is the overarching goal in your other uh beneath that but that is that steve the first thing that is listed in the act that created the department that is a huge mandate is he guinea give us a rundown of some of the biggest agencies within the department of what they do yes the biggest one is customs and border protection which is a mishmash of various agencies that came together to create this this one they took pieces of the old customs agency um and so they took that they took the border patrol they took pieces of iin asked a took pieces of the department of agriculture and create it customs and border protection which heads bus sixty thousand people that's the biggest agency within that uh also within that is ice which is immigrations.

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"homeland security" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"homeland security" Discussed on The President's Inbox

"At this from a very pragmatic lens which is to say uh um as a homeland security um person as somebody who's focused on counter terrorism issues and law enforcement i believe in very strong vetting i think we ought to have very strong vetting of individuals were trying to come to this country and realize its benefits and the rights that it affords not only citizens but people who are present in our borders so we ought to have strong vetting that something carry opposite group the state department department of homeland security the fbi it there is a actually a whole of government approach to that strong vetting whether it's the interview by the consular office that's the state department to the department of homeland security to the fbi so it is it is a and i've seen this work uh from a whole of government perspective but that strong vetting has to be rooted in intelligence and specific threats in other words we ought to be willing to refine our vetting process based on the threats that we see and where we think um the most likely threats are gonna come from so for instance after the paris attacks and we saw really how individuals with european passports namely belgian or french could travel back and forth from syria back into europe and not be detected um we improved some of the vetting focused on that that type of traveler right we mean whereas collectively woods partners yes but we focused in particular on what we in the united states should do for individuals who would be able to travel to this country under it's called the visa waiver programme if you're a european passport holder from a country that doesn't require you to get a visa to come to this country how would we detect that threat so we needed to ratchet up our vetting on that score and we did that but that's an instance of being very focused on what the specific threats are and tailoring our vetting to that i contrast that with.

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"homeland security" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"homeland security" Discussed on The President's Inbox

"Getting more sophisticated and the impact is more dangerous so we're seeing more destructive attacks think of things like the attack on sony pictures entertainment where north korea literally turns the computers on the desks in that corporation into bricks in to basically hunk of metal and plastic that was useless and of course you can look at the iranian attacks on a saudi aramco the saudi oil company and a whole host of other more destructive attacks that we're seeing so the it's growing more diffuse more sophisticated more dangerous and then of course i put in this category as well the attacks against and the efforts to influence our election and 2016 which is a destructive in my mind to our political system and toward a democratic system you mentioned this being a relatively new office in i i would imagine cyber becoming this emerging front of greater and greater concern preoccupation museum of women special office just focusing on the cyber security threat serve hived off of uh what this office deals with in terms of other types of threats said jane that the role i occupies the assistant to the president for homeland security counterterrorism cybersecurity has been for a long time in that in that portfolio you know how we organize ourselves as a government to address this a threat that in the last several years than the national intelligence the director of national intelligence has put a top the list of worldwide threats right so some years ago i think was 2015 the cyberthreat eclipsed terrorism as being the number one threat that our national security community pointed to so i think that's worthy of notice so how we organize ourselves to address it i think we ought to constantly reevaluate the president president obama um put together a bipartisan commission in 2016 to make recommendations for the next team the next administration actionable recommendations.

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"homeland security" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"homeland security" Discussed on The President's Inbox

"Welcome to the presence in bucks to see if our podcast about the foreign policy challenges facing president donald trump i'm robert mcmahon managing editor of cfr that order this week would assessing threats to us homeland security the united states has been fighting an openended war on terrorism since the september eleven two thousand one attacks this is involved everything from maintaining military operations in afghanistan iraq two steps like toughening borders at home in introducing multiple layers of security around air travel but fears persists in every new attack in the middle east and europe or lone wolf incident united states srs fresh debates about the threats facing americans we are fortunate to have as our guide this week lisa monaco she was the united states homeland security adviser to president barack obama and his chief counterterrorism adviser she is a distinguished senior fellow at new york university law schools centre on law insecurity and she's also the author of a peace in the novemberdecember issue foreign affairs titled preventing the next attack a strategy for the war on terrorism lisa thanks for being here good to be with you lisa a sum up for our listeners at this point the chief threats you were preoccupied with the white house in many what has continued what you see is continuing in the current way us well my experience was that the homeland security um portfolio only expanded as i was there and obviously before i was there the role itself is one that has an existed for a long time it actually was one of the changes after nine eleven it was created after nine eleven and the role is as you stated in the outset homeland security advisor to the president so think of the homeland security focused equivalent to the national security adviser and what i found myself focusing on to day was anything that posed a threat to the homeland that had a particular impact here at home and that could range from terrorist attacks here or against us citizens abroad to cyber threats to pandemic disease two active shooters as we call them more um large mass shootings or anything that how to public safety impact and of course natural disasters hurricanes flood.

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"homeland security" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"homeland security" Discussed on The Daily

"I think that's rate when it came time for president trump to select a secretary of homeland security john kelly's name ultimately became the one that he picked and was sort of hailed by folks on both sides of the aisle actually folks even who were critics of tougher border enforcement or tougher immigration enforcement they also saw him as a kind of person who had at the head of southern command also gotten a broad view of the of mexico central america south america understood both the cultures and the politics of the place and so you know there was a cut a bipartisan sent that this was somebody who could sort of look at the problem of immigration for example in a holistic way so many general kelly's picked by president trump to be secretary of homeland security as you said so what's he actually been doing in that role was he accomplished it's been interesting admit i think the first few days of his tenure at the department of homeland security was really marred by a what still to this day remains one of the most chaotic and controversial moments of the trump president trump's travel ban prompting demonstrators to gather at terminals in new york los angeles which was the imposition of the travel ban and more than a hundred travellers from seven muslimmajority countries were detained at airports in the us one of the things that the striking about that moment was that the reason it was so chaotic was that secretary kelly who as the head of the department of homeland security was.

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