Is it possible that the B.P. Offshore explosion was an act of terrorism?
I suppose it could have been possible, though no evidence has been found to support it. If so, you'd have expected someone to come forward and claim responsibility, wouldn't you?
It was and is terrorism by BP. What they did is is criminal and they should be charged. Their total lack of safety concerns is unbelievable!
by My Esoteric16 months ago
The subject is the "Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act" which seeks to amend the federal judicial code "to narrow the scope of foreign sovereign immunity by authorizing U.S. courts to hear cases...
by Brett Wood5 years ago
The Patriot Act was meant to be short term but looks to become permanent. Does it go to far? Does it really violate our privacy rights?
by Charles James5 years ago
Well, we have survived Sandy and the 1st Blizzard of the season. In addition we have passed GO for Obama 2.0. In the slowly deflating wake of the housing crisis, bank bailout and steroid injection, the States now face...
by Sooner285 years ago
No one had any question that George Bush's War on Terror was at least partially referring to terrorists. It wasn't "up in the air."An act of terror would have to be performed by a terrorist! No...
by cjhunsinger23 months ago
As the President of the United States continues to refuse to identify on going acts of Islamic terrorism with Islam; is his refusal to do so a direct or tacit approval or support for the religion of Islam and Sharia law...
by Rishad I Habib7 years ago
"Muslims are Terrorists!" - its a line that I often find visible in a vivid way now a days. Many Hubbers here use these two words interchangeably so often that even being an atheist I have started to feel...
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