Monday, May 19, 2014

Is it wrong to connect these dots?

The Unknown in the Boston Bombings

The House Homeland Security Committee released a report summarizing its investigation into the April 15, 2013, terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon. Among the report’s key findings: Nearly one year after twin backpack bombs killed three people and wounded more than 260 others, U.S. officials are still unsure about the extent of the terrorists’ foreign ties.

Jay Carney spins ‘laughable’ yarn about Obama’s focus on bringing Benghazi killers to justice

Google Glass wearer interrogated, removed from Easton movie theater

A Hilliard man’s trip to the movies on Saturday night was cut short because of his eyewear: Google Glass.

The 35-year-old Glass wearer said he was yanked out of a showing of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit at the AMC Theater at Easton Town Center by two Homeland Security agents who thought he might be making a bootleg copy.

Authorities raid flea markets

LAWRENCE — Police, joined by agents from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, arrested 40 people for selling counterfeit items at two flea markets yesterday.
Throw in the IRS targeting of conservatives and the and the aggressive leak investigations aimed at the AP and James Rosen, and a disturbing picture emerges. The government has plenty of resources and can move with alacrity when it chooses to. The priorities, however, seem screwed up.

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