Blog-diva Mary Katherine Ham has a new blog at her new job. Happily she also has her own RSS feed, something I couldn’t figure out how to disaggregate from the other Townhall blogs at her previous gig. Congrats on your
I woke up today to the voice of a hotel employee announcing that the building’s power was out, as was the power for an entire city block. It turns out that the power outage in DC is a bit
One of my students just posted a fantastic article (her student note) “An Investment to Die for: From Life Insurance to Death Bonds, the Evolution and Legality of the Life Settlement Industry” to SSRN. Here is the abstract: Profiting from
New resources will be coming soon to GSMcNeal.com.
Is it me, or is there a theme running in the cover art for books on interrogation. I know, I know, don’t judge a book by its cover…with that said, it seems like the waterboard is so passe, it’s
“The expertise of the authors and the contributors (all specialists in the rarified world of international criminal tribunals and the broader fields of international human rights) ensured that the essays are uniformly well written, focused on important topics,
Jim Carafano at The Heritage Foundation has posted a copy of his insightful testimony before Congress entitled “Moving Beyond the First Five Years: Solving the Department of Homeland Security’s Management Challenges.”
I’ve posted my article “Cyber Embargo: Countering the Internet Jihad” to my Selected Works site where it can be downloaded in .PDF format. Terrorists are engaged in an online jihad, characterized by the use of the internet to fundraise, distribute
– I was interviewed on May 6, 2007 regarding the Guantanamo detainees. The full audio is available here.
– The Washington Times Onus to Protect Identity June 3, 2006 By Gregory S. McNeal The personal information of 26 million veterans is still at risk thanks to poor security procedures at the Veterans Administration. Unfortunately those veterans and
– The New York Times The Terrorist and the Grid August 13, 2005 By GREGORY S. McNEAL AFTER the blackout of 2003, addressing the vulnerabilities of America’s electrical grid was a top priority. Not only was the creaky system going