Archive for the ‘Overseas Contingency Operations’ Category
Think of that. They cant give answers when the storys fresh because it just happened, theyre looking into it. Eight months later they dont have anything to say because it all happened so long ago.
“Think of that. They can’t give answers when the story’s fresh because it just happened, they’re looking into it. Eight months later they don’t have anything to say because it all happened so long ago.”
What a joke. Why can’t everyone see how the press is ignoring this?
“It’s unclear exactly why, but the Department of Homeland has been operating a “Social Networking/Media Capability” program to monitor the top blogs, forums and social networks online for at least the past 18 months. Based on a privacy compliance review from last November recently obtained by Reuters, the purpose of the project is to “collect information used in providing situational awareness and establishing a common operating picture.”
Big brother is watching.
“What turned the strong horse into the weak horse? Precisely the massive and unrelenting American War on Terror, a systematic worldwide campaign carried out with increasing sophistication, efficiency, and lethality — now so cheaply denigrated as an “overreaction.”
Victory against terrorism is when nothing happens- harder to measure and much different than a conventional war.
“Senior commanders are said to be livid at the decision, which has already been signed off by Defense Secretary Leon Panetta.”
I guess we’ll see who is right somewhere down the road.
“House Oversight Committee officials aren’t happy with The New York Times. Committee staff are accusing the paper of burying its story on how acting ATF director Ken Melson lost his job amid the Operation Fast and Furious scandal.”
NY Times AWOL.
Do we really have to pat-down our former Defense Secretary? Has he been compromised since leaving office? Isn’t this the height of our lack of common sense. Use profiling!