Did anybody else feel less than homeland-secure after yesterday's fandango with the Dallas County Homeland Security Advisory Committee?
First, Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price tried to re-appoint to the committee the founder of an international anti-Semitic hate group -- a guy best know ... More >>
One week ago today we got our first look at Joe Ayala and Larry Chen's late-night shenanigans at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport as documented in the short film Stuck, which, in short order, would become a national story because of security concerns raised by some (including Friend of Unf ... More >>
Courtesy of U.S. Customs and Border ProtectionAs The Musers might say, count the red flags in this story: U.S. Customs and Border Protection has announced that on Tuesday, it stopped two 22-year-old Japanese citizens at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport who were on their way from Jamaica to ... More >>
Seems like it was only Friday that Transport Workers Union Local 556 -- which reps Southwest Airlines's 9,400 flight attendants -- was sending Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano and TSA Administrator John J. Pistole that note letting the officials know they most certainly did not app ... More >>
Admit it: You forgot all about Michael Laurence Browne, the gentleman who led police on a slow ride through Dallas -- right by Unfair Park HQ, no less -- before landing on the Love Field Airport runway a couple of months back. Browne, charged by Dallas Police with a laundry list of no-no's the da ... More >>
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced yesterday that it's giving Dallas $25 million in grant money -- more than in previous years. Why the bump? Says here that's because Dallas, along with Boston and Philadelphia, has been promoted to a "Tier 1" city -- "the highest-risk tier for ter ... More >>