Hostile to the United States

Every year, Congress sits down to pass the National Defense Authorization Act, and with each year do lobby-coerced bureaucrats in Washington chip away at the Bill of Rights. While Americans were celebrating the Berlinization of the border and the piece of bread tossed to the undocumented masses in order to achieve that Berlinization, the House passed the NDAA for 2014.
In this iteration of the NDAA, the United States Congress has decided to establish a new bureaucracy: the Conflict Records Research Center. The CRRC will be charged with compiling "captured records" from anyone "now or once hostile to the United States." The term "captured records" essentially means that all of the information acquired by the NSA, whether legally or not, can be used against the American people. However, we shouldn't worry because those records will only be considered "captured" if you're considered "hostile." But in essence, the NDAA 2014 will allow the CRRC to maintain a list of anyone considered an enemy of the United States, though no guidelines are established for determining 'hostility.'
An amendment to the NDAA 2014 will also task: "The Department of Defense to submit to the Congress a report every year containing: (1) the names of any U.S. citizens subject to military detention, (2) the legal justification for their continued detention, and (3) the steps the Executive Branch is taking to either provide them some judicial process, or release them. Requires that an unclassified version of the report be made available, and in addition, that the report must be made available to all members of Congress."
It appears that soon the Department of Defense may be forced to tell the people which Americans can be detained by the military in the event of a national emergency. While the amendment forcing the DoD to release a list of hostile Americans is being hailed as a restraint of Executive power, it only codifies the legality of the Department of Defense having such a list. Furthermore, the very release of such a list could cause large numbers of individuals across the United States to believe the very label that has been given to them and to actually become hostile. Expect this list to cause massive controversy in the future; controversy that could lead to hostiles being detained.
Once detained, the Executive Branch doesn't have to take them to trial, only to provide Congress with a report of plans to release or try those hostiles. Rumor has it that the reports will be filed with more precision and urgency than the reports down in Guantanamo. Obama's successor is already campaigning on a pledge of providing an urgent report of steps being taken to close Guantanamo and to release hostiles across America.