Tag Archives: September 11th

Domestic Security, Terrorism, and Hasan

Addressing a recent post on Small Wars Journal: The massacre at Fort Hood is a reminder that the War on Terror is not fought just in south Afghanistan or Mosul. It is a global war also fought in an office building inside a military base in Texas. Many counter-terror analysts focus on the Pakistan connection […]


Yesterday I said (in the site subhead) that I didn’t have anything to say about the anniversary of 9/11. That’s still mostly true, but I wanted to share two posts from elsewhere that I think are excellent food for thought. First up, and most provocatively, is Paul Campos from Laywers, Guns and Money, who posits […]