What's Wrong With Most Pundits' Analysis of Terror Attacks?

There's something fundamentally wrong in this world: mediocrity seems to be a skill on demand. When the Media invites pundits to discuss terrorist attacks, do they do it to inform the viewers or do they do it to fill in a political agenda? Unfortunately, Spain suffered yet another terror strike last week and, quite frankly, the comments issued by some experts revealed their absolute lack of credibility (leading us to ask based on what do these people get their jobs, because it can't be based on merit at all).

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