If We Can’t Call it Terrorism, We’re on the Verge of Orwell’s 1984

Attacks in New Jersey, New York, and Minnesota on Saturday were, by definition, terrorism. Websters' Dictionary says that terrorism is "the use of violent acts to frighten the people in an area as a way of trying to achieve a political goal." Today, we can add "religious goals" into the definition as well since nearly … Continue reading If We Can’t Call it Terrorism, We’re on the Verge of Orwell’s 1984