From 1995 to 2014, there were on average 184 American deaths from terrorist attacks per year. This fact has led many pundits to declare a vital need to violate the U.S. Constitution and spend many billions of dollars — “whatever it takes,” in the words
Considering recent claims that terrorism is an existential threat that should be driving Americans to costly actions such as expanding the budget deficit, eroding civil liberties protections, “patrolling and securing” Muslim-majority neighborhoods in an action evoking Jewish ghettos in 20th Century Central Europe, killing known
The USA Needs Robots To Do Jobs That Dogs Already Do To Deal With A Problem That Isn’t Happening, Says US Senator
Senator Bill Nelson’s plan does at least shift the labor around to different areas of the economy, which helps everyone look busy, which just might deter terrorists from attacking the USA… though they already aren’t.