As are you, boyo. “The [US] Department of Homeland Security has been forced to release a list of keywords and phrases it uses to monitor social networking sites and online media for signs of terrorist or other threats against the U.S.,” dailymail.co.uk reports. And guess what? TTAG uses hundreds of them, including cops, law enforcement, first responder, shooting, shots fired, hostage, police, organized crime, SWAT, incident and DNDO (Domestic Nuclear Detection Office). Actually we’ve never used that one. Until now. Click here and go to page 22 for the full list, which includes an entire section on Southwest Border Violence. We use ALL of those words. No wonder TTAG’s ATF Death Watch is a big hit at the DHS (or so we’ve heard). And just so you know, as soon as I heard the word “Homeland” in the name of a federal agency, I knew we were in BIG trouble.