Last night President Barack Obama brought his full attention to the stage during the second Presidential Debate. To say that Romney got crushed I think would be an understatement.
â€œI want to underscore the important work Congress is doing to screen cargo shipments that may constitute threats against our security. In September, I co-introduced the Air Cargo Security Act of 2010, a bipartisan bill that would establish federal air cargo screening centers for packages carried by foreign and domestic air carriers.
So… We got to the office today and there was a noose tied to the front door… To be safe we called the police to file a report… When the police showed up the male officer said, “Well… Sometimes you just have to live with being a victim.”… This is how Santa Ana Police respond to a Hate Incident/Crime?
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of Iran, criticizes the U.S. nuclear policy while stressing Iran only intends to use uranium for nuclear energy. India’s courts convicted one of militants responsible for the terror attacks in Mumbai. Chief of the Pakistani Taliban claims responsibility for the Time Square bomb but is probably lying.
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-47), Chair of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Terrorism, Unconventional Threats and Capabilities, today announced that her subcommittee will hold a hearing to receive testimony on Department of Defense information technology and cybersecurity activities. Cybersecurity experts from the private sector will be on hand to discuss the opportunities and challenges surrounding government and private sector collaboration on cybersecurity issues.
“If Mr. Cheney believes we are at war, then he, as the most recent occupant of the vice presidency, is under the strictest of obligations to put aside his case of terminal partisanship, and rally to the support of his president in a time of war. Instead, his remarks not only give encouragement to the enemies of this country, they give them an exact measure as to how successful they have been in damaging our freedoms.”
I have just returned from a debate on presidential power at Chapman University Law School. In retrospect, the event should more properly have been called â€œThe Trial of John Yoo.â€ And strikingly, it was Yoo who cast himself in the role of defendant. The debate was titled “Presidential Power and Success in Times of Crisis,”…