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May 16, 2011

Sheriff Garcia, Precinct Constables, Representatives from the County Judges office, esteemed deputies, officers, surviving family members and friends.

Thank you for this invitation and your warm introduction. In a world that seems to race forward at an ever increasing s...

March 9, 2011

When Barry Bujol wanted advice on how to support Jihad, he would go to the library at Prairie View A&M University in the Houston suburb of Hempstead. But beyond surfing the Internet for answers, Mr. Bujol would exchange emails directly with the man believed to be the w...

February 23, 2011

by a 25 year veteran of the FBI

A couple of weeks back, Kyra Phillips of CNN did a story about misconduct in the FBI citing disciplinary reports that delineated embarrassing accounts of incidents and missteps by FBI employees over the past three years.

A negative story...

February 1, 2011

The U.S./Mexico border, a region notorious for the most murders and violence on the face of the earth during the past five years, was front and center again in the news this past week. In a syndicated article by Gary Martin of the San Antonio Express, a new dimension w...

January 7, 2011

The Christmas season for Christians around the world officially ends today, January 6, with the Feast of the Three Kings or the Epiphany. But a quick look in the rear view mirror over the past few weeks depicts a violent and bloody holiday season for Christians commemo...

December 30, 2010

Julian Assange, the self-anointed “star” of the Wiki Leaks saga, has declared, among other things, that his release of State Department cables will forever change the global landscape of geopolitics. Mr. Assange, the quintessential narcissist, has credited himself far...

December 7, 2010

We made it...after all the trauma and turmoil over the TSA screening protocols over the Thanksgiving holiday by Monday morning it turned out to be much ado about nothing. Passengers were threatening security officials not to touch their “junk” and staunchly berating th...

November 12, 2010

It’s a constant drone of accusations and finger-pointing that the U.S. is responsible for the violence on the streets of Mexico edging the country close to a state of anarchy. Yes, we Americans who represent only about 6% of the worlds population, consume nearly 90% of...

November 4, 2010

By Jeffrey F. Addicott, Director, Center for Terrorism Law

There can be little doubt that the so-called “War on Terror” has caused great stress to “civil liberties” over the past nine years. Without question, certain basic privacy rights of the individual have given way...

June 25, 2010

By Jerry Brewer

Those that are diligently following the massive violence and escalating carnage in Mexico may have difficulty explaining how something so horrific can occur within their homeland, but accurately defining it may hold promise and strategic relevance.

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