The powerlessness of terrorism
I read an article in the Seattle Times over the weekend. It's worth a few minutes of your time to consider. Leonard Pitts Jr. argues that the power of terrorists isn't in their strength, numbers, philosophy, cause, weapons or courage. It's the attention we give to their desperate, cruel acts. We can't control the insanity of impotent men (and occasionally women) intent on breeding fear, but we can control how we will respond. It's our response that can deny them power. Take a look...
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