Was the Department of Homeland Security wrong in the threat assessment released in November of 2009, in which it cited a growing threat from domestic extremist groups and individuals? Why or why not? Explain.
Was it inappropriate to discuss the domestic environment and possible motivations for citizens to engage in terrorist behavior and acts? Why or why not?
Do you feel that it illustrated a lack of trust of U.S. citizens? Explain.
Should the Secretary of Homeland Security have apologized for the assessment? Why or why not?
If such briefings are not tolerable to the citizens of the United States, how should the federal government (or state or local governments) communicate to its citizens information related to trends in domestic terrorism, hate groups and crimes, and the risk posed to citizens? Explain in detail.
Should certain groups or individuals be off-limits when discussing potential terrorist motivations (e.g., military veterans)?

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