FFB 2016 Election Analysis – Two Weeks To Go…

To say that this election has been unconventional would not only be a huge “duh” moment, but at this point would even border on the cliche. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have managed to turn the race for what should be the most prestigious office in our country into a trashy reality tv show someone might watch on TLC. However, this is not to suggest that there isn’t anything left in the disappointment that was this election to analyze or that a class A nerd like myself still won’t play fortune-teller and try to predict the outcome of this race. So…here it is Continue reading FFB 2016 Election Analysis – Two Weeks To Go…

The Evolving Threat: Changing Responses

After the 1993 World Trade Center attacks, the House Judiciary Committee’s Crime and Criminal Justice subcommittee met to discuss the events and how to prevent future attacks. In the report later released by the committee, the tone is one of concern, but not of dire urgency that would be evident in many of the post-9/11 literature. But what occurred to precipitate that change? Continue reading The Evolving Threat: Changing Responses