Policy changes to the emergency communications system are needed.
Many steps have been taken to secure the northern border.
A sliver of a silver lining peaks through the dark cloud that hovers over the Secret Service.
Americans have a renewed fear of Islamic terrorism, but a disconnect regarding domestic efforts to protect.
The Secret Service reaction to the latest White House intruder was the slow and incompetent.
New information suggests that America's emergency response system is under enormous stress.
In my latest column, I criticized Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) for flipping and flopping on national security policy and moving between...
We the people deserve a government whose branches are not spying on each other, or us. We the need the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth on the issues surrounding the CIA-Senate spying controversy.
I worked closely with many FBI agents while I was a prosecutor in the Justice Department. Most were hard-working, devoted colleagues. But their boss, J. Edgar Hoover, was — as recent studies have disclosed — a very odd character.
The report of the working group advising President Obama about the future of NSA eavesdropping, along with the latest decision of a federal court that finds much of the NSA spying unconstitutional, inspires one conclusion: There should be a cutback in the overall level of NSA spying.