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Two Ways and One Goal: To Prevent Future Paris-Style Attacks

by Kevin Peterford – Ten days ago the world was shaken by the horrific attacks that occurred in Paris. In the wake of the deadliest attacks on France since World War II, there have been numerous proposed means of combatting future terrorist attacks. In the United States there are two remedies suggested to curtail an attack […]

In The Wake of The Paris Terror Attacks, Should the U.S. Mobilize Troops Stateside To Protect From The Threat of Sleeper Cells?

Anthony Moreland – In the aftermath of the attacks in Paris that left 17 dead, the French have mobilized 10,000 troops to protect against further terrorist attacks.  Planned sites include Jewish temples, and mass transit hubs.  The country also plans to protect mosques as they have seen a rise in revenge attacks since the Charlie Hebdo […]