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Separating Kids from Parents and Asylum

Here are some easily implemented steps- that shouldn't have to involve Congress passing a law (good luck on that!)- to substantially reduce the number of applicants for asylum

1. No longer accept requests for asylum at the U.S. border. Shift the responsibilities to our embassies in the various countries from which the people are coming.

2. When a person with children requests asylum at an embassy, take a DNA swab... more »

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129 STATUTE 470 - PUBLIC LAW 114–43 AUG 6 2015

(Overt impacts of a new law on DHS Information Technology)
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ABOUT THIS LAW: (H.R. 1626) "An Act To reduce duplication of information technology at the Department of Homeland Security, and for other purposes."
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DISCUSSION PURPOSE: I've posted this topic in a short/brief form to open a dialogue, and stimulate discussion about how this law may/could impact DHS (e.g. transitioning technologies, reserved capacity, and... more »

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Emergency Preparation Kit

First - Thank You for laying out such a GREAT Plan for building an Emergency Preparedness kit.

Situation: Adding a weeks worth of Medication to the kit. If a persons pulls a weeks worth of med's from their bottles, this could lead them to come up short, and need to refill before the actual refill date. The pharmacy's may not go along with this need.

Solution: At Least once a year - Having some sort of authorization... more »

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Psychoacoustics Closed loop neurostimulation Solutions for Homeland security activities - NeuroAudit Technologies

About Us

We are At NeuroAudit Technologies from Israel.

AT NeuroAudit we are developing Psychoacoustics neurostimulation.

Solutions based on innovation combined with Neuromonitoring ,fit for Homeland security activities to make intervention in neuro effect on humans and Civilian population.

While the HLS industry is concentrating its efforts on developing technologies for coping with a world in flux, NeuroAudit utilizes... more »

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Maximizing Public Assistance at Federal Coronavirus Vaccination Sites

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS)/Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is currently providing assistance in setting up Mass Coronavirus Vaccination site locations where eligible members of the public can receive COVID-19 (Covid) vaccination shots. These sites are designed to vaccinate anywhere from hundreds to many thousands of people a day. The Pandemic of 2020-21 has caused large-scale financial problems... more »

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Understanding truths and myths.

If someone look up and either way are thinking. Thinking of a way out or trying to recall the past. If people talk about sex their thinking about sex and that is normal. If they watch porn a lot they have higher then normal testosterone. If their lying they are dumb or underestimate others knowledge. What is predictable is patterns pass on by past generations. We know when somethings is up but or mind see it from our... more »

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Recommendations to Ensure Equitable COVID-19 Vaccination Access Among U.S. Disadvantaged and Marginalized Populations

At a United States Senate Hearing held in the Spring of 2020, Senator Bernie Sanders stated that "[i]f and when the vaccine comes, it won't do somebody any good if they don't get it." COVID-19 [Covid] infectious disease is a severe public health crisis and the administration of vaccines to inhibit this disease is a Global task. But the Covid inoculation process for socially disadvantaged persons in America, needs to be... more »

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This might be a cheaper more efficient way to handle the migrant and asylum seekers.

It is estimated that ICE detention facilities cost from $135 per day to at least $300 per day for a family bed. Some of these tent cities can charge up to $750 per day.

In a kill-two-birds-with-one-stone approach, we could help those in financial straights with the pandemic while we can offer a better detention solution for much cheaper for the taxpayer.

The idea being to offer Spanish speakers with a spare bedroom,... more »

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Border Security build idea

I would say that we can kill several birds with one stone.
We take old cargo containers to make into vet housing with a second story only one window facing South. Various electronics for multi functions (can be discussed if this idea is liked) We would do roads, water sewer, etc. Lots of work for years both North and South borders. Solar panels for each box to have energy, and more. Paint with Rhino lining for bullet... more »

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Need to conduct national audit of all law enforcement agencies records - 3 strikes and you are OUT

DHS needs to conduct an independent audit of all law enforcement agencies, not just the police, and enter into a database ALL police shootings, beatings, and complaints. Any law enforcement officer with 3 complaints or inappropriate behavior needs to be terminated immediately! No Exceptions. All law enforcement personnel need to be put through rigorous psychological examinations and racial/sexual orientation bias exams.... more »

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Use of a Pathogen Retention System to Protect DHS/FEMA Disaster Field Employees and Disaster Survivors

DHS/FEMA should research and investigate the efficacy of utilizing a Pathogen Retention System to filter airborne pathogens out of the air in all DHS/FEMA facilities. At present, FEMA Disaster Response and Recovery Field Facilities present risks for employees as well as Disaster Survivors being exposed to airborne pathogens like the common flu virus and the COVID-19 virus. A music club company in London, England, (100... more »

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Contact Information

As an old Soldier, I totally understand the need for OPSEC, but whenever I need to reach out to DHS for a task I'm working on, it's extremely difficult to contact people. Calling the main number and asking to be transferred can be a challenge because those hard working people who answer the phone cannot be familiar with every part and sub-part of the organization nor can they be expected to know every sub-section. I... more »

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Border protectection Security

Our borders still need protection and no open borders. The immigrants need not break the immigration laws, our borders need security, and those who violate our county border security need to be prosecuted. Our country well comes immigrants who apply for a green card to this country. Getting a free citizenship pass if breaking immigration laws should not happen in this country and all family members should be criminalized... more »

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