NSA Domestic Spying headquarters relocated to Colorado
Is geography destiny? Here's a little nuggest from WaPo:
The National Security Agency is in the process of building a new warning hub and data warehouse in the Denver area, realigning much of its workforce from Ft. Meade, Maryland to Colorado.
In truth, NSA is aligning its growing domestic eavesdropping operations -- what the administration calls "terrorist warning" in its current PR campaign -- with military homeland defense organizations, as well as the CIA's new domestic operations Colorado.
Translation: Hey Congress, Colorado is now the American epicenter for national domestic spying.
Say, does it bother Colorado, besides being the home of NSA's domestic spying operation, the CIA's domestic spying operation, and Northern Command, is also the state where the SIC national capital, Colorada Springs, is located? And that the SICs located themselves there partly to be near the Air Force Academy, which controls one leg of the nuclear tripod?
Not that the idea of religious fanatics armed with nuclear weapons bothers me at all.