On Monday night, President Obama pointedly refused to use the word “terrorism” in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings, but he got around to deploying it on Tuesday morning. ”Any time bombs are used to target civilians, it is an act of terror,” the President declared. Then why not call it an “act of terror” on Monday night? It was perfectly clear that bombs had | Read More »
Two Perspectives of the Boston Marathon Terror Attack
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by a runner who crossed the finish line just moments before the explosions to discuss her first-hand account of the tragedy. Then terrorism expert Andrew McCarthy will give us his analysis of yesterday’s attack, how federal officials will investigate it and what psychological effect it may have on the American public.
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