Posts Tagged ‘napolitano’

Say What?

04May10

Do you think the White House coordinates the language used to get its message out? Advertisements


An isolated extremist, or part of a terror war? “This incident demonstrates that an alert and courageous citizenry are far more resilient than an isolated extremist,” he said. “As a nation, we will do everything in our power to protect our country. As Americans, we will never give in to fear or division. We will […]


Heck of a Job

27Dec09

A respected Nigerian business leader goes to the U.S. embassy six months ago and says he’s concerned about his son’s radical beliefs, also reporting him to Nigerian security officials. The young man in question – Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab – is the son of Alhaji Umaru Mutallab, a former Nigerian minister and bank chairman. Half […]


Would the Obama administration really pursue immigration reform next year? It’s hard to imagine, but let’s hope so. Napolitano Affirms Amnesty Legislation is on the Agenda in Early 2010 On Friday, November 13, Janet Napolitano, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, gave a speech at the Center for American Progress (CAP). Napolitano used […]


Open Mic Night

03Dec08

Cambell Brown and others are making a big deal out of Ed Rendell’s remarks yesterday. Politicians are supposed to watch what they say – especially when a nearby microphone might be on. But, yesterday in Philadelphia, Gov. Ed Rendell made some blunt remarks that could be construed as insulting, if not sexist, about Arizona Gov. […]


What’s up with Team Obama? The well-oiled campaign machine hasn’t transfered into a well-oiled transition machine. The problem is the age-old one – leaks. Obama has not officially announced any Cabinet appointments, but transition officials reluctantly confirmed Thursday that Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano is Obama’s choice for the Department of Homeland Security. Officials also have […]