Tag Archives: cybersecurity

Big Sis Doesn’t Answer

Concerning the large number of bullets that the DHS has purchased over the last year — “Congressman Timothy Huelscamp revealed this week that the Department of Homeland Security has refused to answer questions from “multiple” members of Congress regarding its … Continue reading

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Executive Orders of the Secretive Kind

The rules of cyberwarfare, including the acceptable lethal use of drones, are being worked out in secret amongst President Obama and a very close group in the executive branch. These rules are to be the marching orders for several agencies … Continue reading

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Wars and Rumors of War

Where war in the past involved the difficult to hide transport of personnel and large, noisy weapons to the point of conflict, a new face of war — cyberwarfare happens mostly in secret. In fact, if executed successfully, the general public … Continue reading

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