CASA Investigates Potentially Frightening Assault on Civil Liberties

The Center to Advance Security in America (CASA) today expresses grave concern over the potential for infringement on Americans’ rights from the Department of Homeland Security’s recent National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) Bulletin. The highest duty of the federal government is to protect the rights of American citizens. The NTAS cites “the proliferation of false or misleading narratives, which sow discord or undermine public trust in U.S. government institutions” as one of three factors contributing to the increased “volatility, unpredictability, and complexity of the threat environment” that sparked the NTAS.

Discovering What Is a “Diplomatic Boycott” and Other Questions About the Approach to China the American People Deserve Answers to

The Center to Advance Security in America (CASA) Director Adam Turner announced a series of new Freedom of Information Act requests into the U.S. government’s approach to U.S.-China relations in the midst of a “diplomatic boycott” at the Beijing Olympics. The issues facing the United States are extensive, ranging from alleged human rights abuses of the Uyghur people to escalating tension with the Taiwanese and ongoing developments in the inquiry behind the origins of COVID-19 virus.