About Me - Sara A. Carter Sara is a thespian who studied with the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and practices foreign accents to embarrass her family in public settings. Sara A. Carter is a national and international award-winning investigative reporter whose stories have ranged from national security, terrorism, immigration and front line coverage of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. She is currently the senior national security correspondent for web-based Circa News, working on major projects in conjunction with Sinclair Broadcast Group affiliates across the nation.
Monitoring America Correction to this article: An earlier version of this article contained several incorrect numbers that have since been updated. The errors occurred because of the accidental duplication of 74 records in a database of over 4,000 counterterrorism organizations that The Post assembled. While not affecting the overall conclusions of the article, the 74 duplications mean that there are 3,984 federal, state and local organizations working on domestic counterterrorism, not 4,058. Occupy Wall Street: Dark Side of Hacking, Threats, Dirt Emerges <br/><a href=" US News</a> | <a href=" Business News</a> Copy What's not to like about Occupy Wall Street?
Senator Durbin and the Corruption of the English Language Some choice nonsense from Senator Durbin: Sen. Durbin on “chain migration”:“I said to the president, ‘Do you realize how painful that term is to so many people? African-Americans believe that they migrated to America in chains. Top Secret America: Local agencies help collect data on Americans Nine years after the terrorist attacks of 2001, the United States is assembling a vast domestic intelligence apparatus to collect information about Americans, using the FBI, local police, state homeland security offices and military criminal investigators. The system, by far the largest and most technologically sophisticated in the nation's history, collects, stores and analyzes information about thousands of U.S. citizens and residents, many of whom have not been accused of any wrongdoing. The government's goal is to have every state and local law enforcement agency in the country feed information to Washington to buttress the work of the FBI, which is in charge of terrorism investigations in the United States. Other democracies — Britain and Israel, to name two — are well acquainted with such domestic security measures. But for the United States, the sum of these new activities represents a new level of governmental scrutiny.
Brookfield Office Management Says Occupy Wall Street Protesters Can't Bring Sleeping Bags, Tents And More Back Into The Park After The Cleaning 'Occupy Wall Street' To Fight 'Eviction Notice,' But Apparently Has Backup Plan October 13, 2011 11:59 PM From our newsroom to your inbox weekday mornings at 9AM. Sign Up NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Friday morning could be the beginning of the end of the “Occupy Wall Street” demonstration. On Thursday, Brookfield Office Management employees were passing out notices to protesters, who have been camped out for 26 days, saying that tarps, sleeping bags and tents are all prohibited in the park, as is lying on the ground and on benches when it becomes an interference for others.
CREEPS ON A MISSION: Michael Horowitz is Really Investigating the Investigators Since at least July 2016, the upper echelon of the FBI and the Department of Justice began a stealth operation—with the complicity if not instigation of President Obama—to taint and destroy Candidate Trump with a concocted “Russia collusion” narrative. Michael Horowitz, the Inspector General of the Department of Justice, has been running a little-watched parallel investigation that is already producing results—when he is not manipulated or overborn by Robert Mueller. His name is not familiar to most Americans, but Mr. Horowitz has played an important role since President Obama named him Inspector General (IG) for the Department of Justice in 2012. Congress mandated the position of IG for every major federal agency.
Microsoft Blocking Kinect Sex Games - Xbox360 News at IGN Microsoft said it will block software developer ThriXXX from releasing its newly revealed Kinect software on the Xbox 360 console. A video surfaced on YouTube earlier this week showing a demo of the software, which allows players to use hand gestures, voice commands, and objects to simulate sexual acts. ThriXXX, open since 2003, traditionally creates "3D animated interactive sex games" for PC. "Recent events in the Kinect Hacker community and the Open Sourcing of device drivers have enabled the Kinect device to be used directly from connected PC's operating on Windows 7," ThriXXX said. Declaration of the Occupation of New York City We encourage the public to participate and collaborate with each other using NYCGA.net and other digital properties established by the New York General Assembly. Be advised that all postings, including any links to 3rd-party sites, shall be subject to limited monitoring for violations of this and any other policy. The following types of content are considered inappropriate for posting on NYCGA digital properties:
'Common Sense Coalition' sets centrist Senate tone Senators in the 25-member Common Sense Coalition on Monday said their work in developing a deal to help end the government shutdown shows the road to getting big-ticket items passed in the future needs to run through the middle of both parties, rather than the extremes. Though senators in the bipartisan group cautioned that the final deal to fund the government through Feb. 8 was ultimately brokered by their respective leaders, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer, the coalition’s input was critical in helping break the stalemate. Mr.