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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - John Mueller
"The chance of getting on a plane with a terrorist event is one in 20 million," said John Mueller, an Ohio State University political science professor who studies security and terrorism issues. "How much you want to spend to reduce it from one in 20 million to one in 22 million or something?"
Mr. Mueller added that spending excessive amounts of money isn't always the answer to thwarting terrorist activities and noted that potential airline saboteurs routinely use unsophisticated means.