We probably should hand out some kudos to our anti-terror squads in law enforcement. Although when terrorist acts happen here they become tremendous news events capturing headline news for days. There really haven't been many in the U.S.
This headline is both encouraging and discouraging. Homeland Security chief: No 'specific, credible' threat to US. "We don't know of anything going on right now," to paraphrase what he's saying. That's fine as far as it goes. But that pair of Islamic killers in San Bernardino showed us that a small murderous band can travel under the law enforcement radar and attack with 9/11 like surprise.
This seems like a smart move:
Security officials are also reviewing whether additional screening may be necessary for air travelers coming from Belgium. Belgium is one of 38 countries whose citizens generally do not need a visa to visit the U.S.
There's a characteristic all these terrorists have in common. It's become a joke, but they all adhere to this thing called "the religion of peace." A bit more profiling by everyone with the opportunity to do so certainly is in order.