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Immigration Reform News and Impact on US Homeland Security September 30, 2014

September 30, WASHINGTON | Immigration news and analysis this week from Washington as the DOD announces amnesty for service while ICE reports 70% of illegals don't show up for their court dates.

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Digital jihad: ISIS, Al Qaeda Seek a Cyber Caliphate to Launch Attacks on US

Jihadists in the Middle East are ramping up efforts to mount a massive cyber attack on the U.S., with leaders from both Islamic State and Al Qaeda – including a hacker who once broke into former British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s Gmail account – recruiting web savvy radicals, FoxNews.com has ...

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An ISIS Nest Grows in Boston

An ISIS Nest Grows in Boston

Boston’s WCVB.comreported Monday that “the federal government is targeting Boston and two other American cities to shut down what they are calling the U.S.-Jihad pipeline to ISIS in an attempt to stop Americans from joining the terrorist organization.” Boston apparently made this elite list because ...

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‘Sanctuary Cities’ or ‘Safe Havens’ for Terrorists?

‘Sanctuary Cities’ or ‘Safe Havens’ for Terrorists?

Since the deadly terror attacks of 1993 at the CIA and the World Trade Center, there have been a series of terror attacks attempted inside the United States by radical Islamists.

On September 11, 2001 our nation suffered the worst terror attacks ever carried out within the borders of our country.

Every ...

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Immigration Reform News and Impact on US Homeland Security September 23, 2014

Immigration reform update from the Federation for Immigration Reform in Washington as Senate blocks vote on amnesty and other breaking news on immigration reform.

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6 Takeaways From the Benghazi Panel's First Hearing on Security Failures

6 Takeaways From the Benghazi Panel's First Hearing on Security Failures

The House special committee investigating the Benghazi terrorist attacks today convened its first public hearing, examining Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., at today's hearing . (Photo: Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)progress in implementing security improvements at U.S. embassies and other missions abroad.

Although ...

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Guilty Knowledge: What the US Government Knows about the Vulnerability of the Electric Grid, But Refuses to Fix

Guilty Knowledge: What the US Government Knows about the Vulnerability of the Electric Grid, But Refuses to Fix

On January 21, 2014, Fox News aired a segment describing the vulnerability of the U.S. bulk power distribution system, popularly known as the electric “grid.” The report described various dangers that could cause the grid to fail, possibly catastrophically. These range from physical and cyber ...

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Immigration Reform News and Impact on US Homeland Security September 16, 2014

Immigration reform update from the Federation for Immigration Reform in Washington as lawmakers and the executive branch wrangle over immigration reform, executive amnesty and UAC.

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Why Illegal Aliens Are Hard on America and Why an Amnesty Will Not Help

A Democratic candidate for the House of Representatives — one of the few that might actually capture a GOP seat — phoned the other day to talk about immigration policy. Having once been in his shoes (long ago I was the Democratic candidate for the U.S. House in a GOP district), we talked for a ...

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