Friday, April 19, 2013

Good thing we don't live in a Police State

Wisdom Quarterly (COMMENTARY)
Manhunt: Police patrol a neighborhood in Watertown, Mass., searching for a white suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings (Charles Krupa/AP, April 19, 2013)

Hunted: homegrown "terrorist" suspect
"Boston bombings shatter a national sense of safety." Are more police, paramilitary troops, spies, and clandestine agents the answer? The attack, which appears to be the first successful "terrorist" strike in a U.S. city since Sept. 11, 2001, returns a grateful public to a welcome sense of security that is only possible with guns, massive firepower, armored Humvees, high surveillance equipment, a curtailing of civil liberties and self-expression... Thank goodness the reign of the police state is wrapping up rather than just beginning to ramp up. (See photos and feelgood propaganda at

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