Forget about not looking back, Mr. President. We want to know if we should start taking notes while watching AMC’s The Walking Dead.
While it’s not news that the Center for Disease Control has been warning us on proper zombie protocol for almost a year now–while simultaneously claiming there is no such thing as a zombie attack … not even when you’re high on bath salts–yesterday a new government office took up a “tongue-in-cheek” zombie cause. It’s those pranksters Homeland Security, known for issuing fake threats just to rile up people near the holidays.
The recently announced partnership between Walmart and the Department of Homeland Security—under which the discount retailer agrees to pepper customers with the cheerful holiday greeting, “If You See Something, Say Something”—has set off a rebellion among the conspiracy-theory crowd listeners of radio host Alex Jones, a number of whom are among the Read More
Netizens looking to nab a pirated copy of the latest Kanye West album were greeted with a rude surprise this weekend on some of the web’s most popular file sharing sites.
Instead of easy access to copyrighted content, users found themselves staring down insignias from the Department of Homeland Security, which shut down Read More
When the Department of Homeland Security released a cautiously worded report on the potential dangers of right-wing extremism last April, the talk-radio wingnuts and certain Republican lawmakers went into spasms of indignation. Clearly, that report—an innocuous nine-page document commissioned by the previous Republican administration—had been conjured up by White House Democrats to smear conservatives.
“There Read More