Protecting the Homeland from Terror

U.S. Army Sgt Jeremy McClellan of Borger, Texas, brandishes his M4 firearm equipped with a M203 grenade launcher during a show of the security in place for the Presidential Inauguration, in Washington, January 11, 2005. Washington is preparing for its first presidential inauguration since the September 11, 2001 attacks and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said security at the January 20 event will be unprecedented. REUTERS/Jason Reed

New plans to protect the Homeland were announced today, in which Special Operations military personnel equipped with night vision apparatus would stalk the streets searching for potentially dangerous individuals exhibiting signs of terror.

Don’t be afraid.