Better Days? Biden Administration’s New Immigration Bill To Increase Green Card Allocation
Citing health concerns, former President Trump froze green card processing for new immigrants and suspended temporary work visas. This invariably created a severe backlog, and hurt multiple industries that relied upon skilled workers from other countries. Now with a new person in power, it seems that changes will occur in America’s immigration laws.
Best Guns for Home Defense
There are several things to consider when arming your home for defense. Things like the size of the household and how many adults and children are in the house. How many family members will be using the firearm, and what are their individual preferences? If you are single, are you living alone, or are there other adults with you in the house who are also keen on using the gun for protection?
Border Control Forces Receive New Technology
Regulating the movement of people, goods, and animals across country borders is vital. As such, border control forces need the best technology. In this article, we’re exploring the latest advancements in technology that are helping in border control. A sense of space: drones and holographic printers VICE has reported that a company called Zebra Imaging, at the Tenth Annual Border Security Expo in San Antonio, Texas, was noted to be selling holographic printers for a cool $1 million. According to the report, these machines were already being utilised at Border Control stations in El Paso, San Diego and Tucson — having initially been sold to the US military for use…
The Battle Against Botnets (And What You Can Do)
While battling botnets sounds like an early ‘90s computer game, the kind that would have you jamming on the joystick while digitized Beethoven came muffling through your speakers, rest assured that battling botnets is actually a very contemporary undertaking, one that is growing increasingly important with each passing day.
Most Famous Gunfights in American History
You've likely heard countless tales of good guys and bad guys battling it out with guns, of cops in pursuit of robbers, and of soldiers fighting for their countries. Some of these tales have become legends, yet some of them did happen in real life. Mankind’s history is rife with conflict, and America the brave isn’t spared from such violence.
4 Ways Cities Save Money on Sewer Repair
United States cities are suffering from aging infrastructure, from bridges to highways and sewers. Aging water and sewer systems are a major concern that’s been amplified by Hurricane Harvey and Irma. Sewer systems were unable to properly manage the overflow of water, causing untreated sewage to pour into the streets and people’s homes. Flash floods are causing similar issues in cities where the infrastructure might date back to the late 1800s or early 1900s. Cities are often underfunded, leaving the cities to repair sewer lines and “do their best” to correct systems that are past their useful lifespan. 1. Service Line Warranty Programs Cities are teaming up with utility companies…
Trump Is Pushing for GOP Tax Reform Changes to Slash Corporate Taxes
The Trump rule is here with its own cornucopia of reforms and regulations. Republicans are now controlling the Chambers of Congress. They have already rolled out many tax reforms and, like always, there is a lot of debate about their pros and cons on the commoner and small business owner. Trump has already pushed for significant last-minute alterations to the GOP tax plans during the first year of its rule.
The Opioid Crisis: a National Public Health Emergency
In mid-October, Ex-DEA Agent Joe Ranazzisi appeared on 60 Minutes to expose details of how pharmaceutical lobbyist and the US Congress have worked in conjunction to knowingly derail DEA efforts at curtailing the opioid epidemic. “Rannazzisi accuses the distributors of fueling the opioid epidemic by turning a blind eye to pain pills being diverted to illicit use,” says 60 Minutes correspondent Bill Whitaker to the viewing audience. Then, to Rannazzisi, he asks: “You know the implication of what you’re saying, that these big companies knew that they were pumping drugs into American communities that were killing people?” “That’s not an implication,” responds Rannazzisi, “that’s a fact. That’s exactly what they…
Is Cyber Security Dead?
If anybody in the U.S. hadn’t heard about cyber security before 2016, you can bet that they’ve heard about it by now. From Russian hacking and interference during the 2016 election, to the Dyn DDoS attack that shut down Internet traffic on the East Coast for half a day in October the same year, cyber security began to dominate the headlines, especially toward the end of the year.
Cyber Threats Amid Growing Global Tensions
As global tensions continue to climb in the wake of to North Korea’s nuclear activity, many are focused on the physical aspects of a possible global conflict. Unfortunately, what many aren’t focused on are the aspects that are not so physical.