Tuesday, December 29, 2015

N.Y. Crime Stats Hit New Low, But Residents Say They Don't Feel It

Alan: As Americans become increasingly isolated in their pleasure domes, Fox News (and most other media outlets) grow their business by terrifying viewers. 

If the purpose of Islamist terror is to impart fear as the cornerstone of America's mentality, Fortune 500 media companies are not only panting allies of ISIS and Al Qaeda: they lead the way.

Making the world safe for terrorism.

Or at least the perception of same.

And is there a difference?

"More Americans Killed By Police Than By Terrorists Even Though Crime Is Down"

Self-Terrorization, The National Pastime

Americans Are 9 Times More Likely To Be Killed By A Policeman Than A Terrorist

Properly Understood, The Iraq War Was An Ego-Driven Exercise In State-Sponsored Terrorism

"Terror And The Other Religions"

In America, Big Time Terrorism Started With Angry, White, Prototypal Tea Bag Veteran, Timothy Veigh

"Faulty Risk Assessment And The Epidemic Spread Of Self-Terrorization

"Is Israel The World's Worst Terror State? An Israeli General's Son Thinks So"

The Weaponization Of Grief: Paris Terror And The Non-Contextualization Of News Coverage

The Time-Line For European Terrorism: The Time-Line Of Who Is Responsible For How Much Over The Decades

Jenny McCarthy: Poster Girl For Self-Terrorization

N.Y. Crime Stats Hit New Low, But Residents Say They Don't Feel It

Like last year, New York City will finish 2015 with historically low crime numbers. But despite that evidence, polls show many residents feel the city is heading back to the "old days" of high crime.

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