Does anyone else think it’s strange that Indiana ranks number one, and not on a per capita basis, but number one overall, in the Department of Homeland Security’s list of top terrorist targets?
They don’t release the list, but we Hoosiers are, apparently living on risky land, with almost 9,000 targets. Read more in this compelling article, and then we invite you to offer your own list of local targets. By the way, Louisville, Ky., did pretty good, too, in rising up the list for the allocation of anti-terrorism funding.
Does this include domestic terrorism, too? We know who sabotaged the NA sewer monitoring system. Does that count?