Monthly Archives: July 2012

‘Friend on Friend’

AP reports on the US counterintelligence community’s concern over the intelligence threat from Israel. There is no doubt that Israel represents one of the most significant intelligence threats to this country but it also represents one of its most significant … Continue reading

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Aren’t Juvenile Criminal Records Sealed?

Maybe that is why Rob Cowan was called in to work on the procedural details of the administration’s new program directed at young illegal aliens. The Cowan Corollary: Records? What Records? AP is reporting the following concerning, “The Plan” : … Continue reading

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Why Has the Justice Department Failed to Investigate Robert Cowan?

In 2006, according to internal emails in the possession of Congress and the FBI, the upper management of USCIS was engaged in a heated debate which accused the National Benefits Center under Rob Cowan of approving immigration benefits without completion of … Continue reading

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Black Listed

The background section of Brad Thor’s lists Joel Brenner’s  America the Vulnerable: Inside the New Threat Matrix of Digital Espionage, Crime, and Warfare as a source for his new Novel, Black List . The irony is that Joel Brenner who headed … Continue reading

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More Stealth Amnesty Behind The Scenes | Judicial Watch

More Stealth Amnesty Behind The Scenes | Judicial Watch.

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KGB vs KGB Wars Coming to America

Yes some of the infighting within the power elites of Russia will no doubt spill over into America on a more noticeable and regular basis with the changing of the visa regime between the two countries.  We can expect more … Continue reading

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Tattoos, Organized Crime and Visas

Quote from yesterday’s Wall Street Journal: “In the fiscal year ended September 2006, the State Department refused immigrant visas to only two people it had “reason to believe” sought to “solely, principally or incidentally” engage in organized crime. In fiscal … Continue reading

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