Category Archives: Border Security

Rage participation is better than none at all

Let’s face it. Donald John Trump is turning out to be everything anyone who actually paid attention during the 2016 presidential election cycle thought he would be. He is now doing things people detest for reasons they detest and, in … Continue reading

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Only terrorists hate assault by the government

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Department of Homeland What?

Worldview Item of the Day Michael Yon has up a scathing piece on the treatment of a Thai fried by an officer of the Department of Homeland Security who traveled to visit Yon over Christmas. Yon’s story fits with a … Continue reading

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20070525 Worldview Web Roundup

The Worldview Web Roundup is a collection of links to the news, commentary, and information I found interesting or useful over the past week or so. If you want to read more of what is found in this post, find links to my favorite news, commentary, and information sites at Dennis L Hitzeman’s News Reading List. Continue reading

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Science and Technology Mega Brief

Welcome to another Science and Technology Mega Brief. The Mega Brief is an extended version of the biweekly glance at interesting science and technology news and profiles on science and technology that is or will affect us all published once weekly in lieu of the normal biweekly post. See the post for this week’s topics. Continue reading

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