Monday, July 19, 2010


The blog has been modified to show with a click certain baseline studies, reports, and documents that provide insights into Homeland Security and Emergency Management. It does not mean that I always agree with the discussions, rationales, or conclusions of the documents, but I do think that they are of significance and matter to the evolution of homeland security and emergency management not as labels but as in the arena of human efforts to deal with what seems eternal struggle to cope with events, whether naturally occurring, or assisted by man's technology and science and the application of technology and science to malevalent purposes whether by nonfeasance, malfeasance, misfeasance or gross negligence or even criminal intent to harm the innocent. As they are posted from time to time I will try and provide some analysis of their merits and weaknesses at least in brief.

Previously, I posted similiar documents on Clinton Anderson's blog at which apparently does not turn up on all search engines. A PhD candidate Clinton at some point I hope will be returning to active blogging. I had the good fortune to finally meet Clinton in person at the 13th FEMA Higher Ed Conference in June. Good luck Clinton.