An interesting Op-Ed piece today by Matthew Levitt that lays things out without any sugar coating.
The startling and depressing truth is that eight years after Sept. 11, we cannot say with confidence that we are likely to prevent the next attack here. The reason is not insufficient attention, resources or effort. It’s the fact that there is no such thing as 100 percent success in counterterrorism.
Get thee on over to The Washington Institute and read the entire thing.