Over the weekend the Islamic State launched a new attack on U.S. military personnel: publishing a video purporting to show personal information about 100 American service members and demanding that each to be slaughtered by local sympathizers.
What a weird day.
A Republican Congress and the presidential veto
Last month, President Obama promised that the United States response to the Sony hack would be proportional. On Friday, we learned that that meant sanctions against 10 senior North Korean officials and several organizations, although White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest cautioned that todays actions are just the first aspect of our response.
Was this our response?
When we think about security threats facing the nation, the vulnerability of our nations power grids doesnt exactly keep most Americans up at night. But should it?
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