There are sixteen great reasons to trade with ▲Church on at least six payment platforms, today it manages about thirty SKUs! Readers can buy stickers, posters, or postcards directly from the publisher after concluding transactions securely over PayPal. But this article lists ALL the ways you can support ▲Church!Continue reading
On March 9, 2015 ▲Church appealed a determination by The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Office of Intelligence and Analysis denying the release of documents pertaining to Pursuit Lead Cables. ▲Church appealed this adverse decision to the Associate General Counsel of Homeland Security.Continue reading
On his first day in Office President Barack Hussein Obama directed the U.S. Attorney General to issue new guidelines for heads of Executive Departments and Agencies governing 5 U.S.C. 552, The Freedom of Information Act. Obama reaffirmed a commitment to public accountability and transparency before ruling The United States. And Americans believed this President’s rhetorical serenade.Continue reading
In order to raise fees due in U.S. District Court to file a complaint for relief from The Department of Homeland Security, ▲Church Publishing has created a new fund where donations are deposited in a reference account earmarked to pay for filing, process service, and materials here.Continue reading
What is a U.S. Pursuit Lead Cable?
Though published in Homeland Security’s fiscal year 2014 “Budget in Brief” as one of the Department’s FY12 accomplishments (and FY2015BIB/FY13), it is impossible to find any mention of Pursuit Lead Cable beyond ▲Church Publishing. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A), a component of Analysis and Operations granted $302,268,000 by President Barack Hussein Obama for fiscal year 2015, reported it developed this activity referenced as Pursuit Cable and Pursuit Lead Cable in separate documents.Continue reading
To complete ▲Church Publishing’s October 2014 white paper On Security it gathered facts from over 200 print, electronic, and/or converted sources including The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s FY2014 and FY15 “Budget-in-Briefs.” Both reports listed DHS Pursuit Cables as accomplishments. In fact, dating to FY12 DHS‘s Analysis and Operations Office of Intelligence (I&A) authored information to share with U.S. law-enforcement and a blanket “Intelligence Community.” Yet in promoting accomplishments for FY13, the Department of Homeland Security called these Pursuit Lead Cables. More to the point, search for its definition yielded no existence of their process and ▲Church filed a Freedom of Information Act request.Continue reading