This Sunday, about 400 feet from Washington, DC’s busy Union Station, an explosion erupted underground. It was a “loud noise” accompanied by erupting flames, according to Metro. A worker was killed. Two others were injured. Yet, in a stunning decision, the National Transportation Safety Board has decided not to investigate the incident.
One could even go so far as to say that there are a number of factors indicating anything but a recovery. A large portion of the population is underemployed and shackled to an overwhelming amount of student loan debt - debt that will siphon liquidity from the markets as well as from the individuals.
The bombing at the Boston Marathon, the first large-scale attack on U.S. soil since Sept. 11, 2001, was clearly another terrorist attack. So why wasn't it labeled as such by President Obama in his first public remarks from the White House?