Fifteen years ago, skyscrapers in New York City, the Pentagon in Washington, DC, and a plane in Pennsylvania were subjected to attack by terrorists. This single event, which led to the deaths of 2,996 people, has been burned into American culture as proof that the
Under the old color-coded U.S. Government “Terrorism Alert” system, there was always an “elevated” risk of terrorist attack, a constancy that eroded away at the meaning of the word “elevated.” People just stopped taking the “Terrorism Alert” colors seriously. That’s why, starting on April 7
How afraid do you have to be of Muslim terrorists? Let’s compare the number of people killed in the USA by terrorists and by dogs.