Homeland Security Watch

News and analysis of critical issues in homeland security

September 29, 2008

An Invitation to Readers

Filed under: General Homeland Security — by Jonah Czerwinski on September 29, 2008

I was fortunate to have been given the opportunity to write for HLSwatch for many reasons. Chief among them is the chance to interact with the readers of this blog and to dive deeply into our shared interest in the wide-ranging topic of homeland security policy. Your comments on this blog remain the best way for HLSwatch to serve its purpose of informing, educating, and provoking readers and writers alike. I value of your comments and invite you to respond to these posts, and especially the comments posted by others. The dialogue is what makes HLSwatch more than a news source.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Jonah

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3 Comments »

Comment by William R. Cumming

September 30, 2008 @ 3:55 pm

Any chance of reviewing key findings in your opinion from Site Meter? For example, foreign readership?

Comment by Arnold

October 1, 2008 @ 8:47 pm

Not for nothing, but considering the focus of this blog (important international connections not dismissed), I would be more interested in the number of state and/or local government addresses that indicate that readership level.

while international cooperation is vital in counter-terrorism, the connection with state and locals is even more vital in the overall mission of homeland security. At least within the bounds of the vast majority of the posts to this blog.

Comment by Elidia Mcnicol

August 5, 2010 @ 11:59 pm

Thank you! You often write very interesting articles. You improved my mood. Historically its range is from north-central Mexico all the way to the arctic circle, but the past two centuries have seen the grizzly bear populations in Mexico and the United States all but wiped out.

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