And there are no drones dropping bombs on gatherings of military-age males in the country’s lawless border regions.
Attacks by right-wing groups get comparatively little coverage in the news media.
Idaho Fish and Game officials said they remained determined to carry out a plan, nixed by Thursday’s court ruling, that calls for reducing Idaho’s wolf population by over 40 percent, to 500 from 845.
However, the last century of their history in the United States has seen their population winnowed to just 30 to 40 in the Yellowstone National Park region by 1920.
By the time of the 1973 Endangered Species Act there were no gray wolves in the West, save a few who came down on visits from Canada.
In its study, the New America Foundation took a narrow view of what could be considered a terror attack.
Most mass shootings, for instance, like Sandy Hook or the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting — both in 2012 — weren’t included.
Interior Department declared that the wolves had reached a large enough population in Montana and Idaho to come off the list, so last year Interior Secretary Ken Salazar left them off.
That’s because Wyoming law allows the unregulated hunting of wolves throughout most of the state if they are taken off the endangered list.Such attacks are not limited to one part of the country.In 2011, two white supremacists went on a shooting spree in the Pacific Northwest, killing four people. But here is its basic meaning: ideological violence.Of the 26 attacks since 9/11 that the group defined as terror, 19 were carried out by non-Muslims.Yet there are no white Americans languishing inside the prison camp at Guantanamo Bay.There was also the married couple in Las Vegas who walked into a pizza shop and murdered two police officers.