In the weeks since the attacks in Paris, we’ve seen a series of stories in the press about the CIA’s inability to stop terrorist attacks and the TSA’s inability or unwillingness to protect Americans from terrorists.
But while the government’s ability to detect and thwart terrorist plots is increasingly becoming an issue, the reality is that the government is largely ignoring that threat.
In the past, it has acknowledged the threat of terrorist attacks, but it has also focused its attention on the threat that the U.S. faces as a nation and as a people.
The government has been unable to protect the American people from terrorist attacks.
In fact, it’s become increasingly difficult to see how terrorists could ever harm us.
To put it bluntly, the U