More 9/11 Retrospectives
Joseph Stiglitz on the price of 9/11.
How 9/11 changed surveillance.
New scientific research as a result of 9/11.
A good controversial piece.
The day we lost our privacy and power.
The probability of another 9/11-magnitude terrorist attack.
To justify the current U.S. spending on homeland security -- not including our various official and unofficial wars -- we'd have to foil 1,667 Times Square-style plots per year.
I didn't write anything to commemorate the 9/11 anniversary. I couldn't think of anything to say that I haven't said a gazillion times already.
Anything else worth reading? Post links here.
EDITED TO ADD (9/14): "How to Beat Terrorism: Refuse to Be Terrorized" from Wired.
The creator of the TSA says it should be dismantled and privatized:
Pat Buchanan on Bush after 9/11.
"9/11: Was There an Alternative? by Noam Chomsky.
Comments from Al-Jazeera.
The Onion's comment.
Posted on September 12, 2011 at 1:27 PM • 38 Comments