Biden’s new domestic terrorism strategy is missing a big piece
At times it’s less of a blueprint and more of a composite sketch.

On Tuesday, President Joe Biden’s National Security Council released a “National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism.” While Attorney General Merrick Garland introduced the strategy, the fact that this document was issued out of the White House, under the president’s signature, and not delegated to the departments of Justice or Homeland Security sends the right message.

Namely that this threat, as the report states, “poses a danger to Americans, our democratic society, and our national security that we must counter aggressively.” In all, I think the 30-page, far-reaching plan is worth a read — both for what it says and for what it doesn’t.