, a speaker from israel, bruce hoffman, from georgetown university, and an adjunct scholar here at the washington institute, and i am matthew levitt, director of the concert -- counterterrorism program here at the density. thank you, for joining us. terrorist acts conducted by individuals acting on their own, inspired by others, completely alone, not so much alone, it is not a new phenomenon. but for the past few years, we've seen an alarming increase. and a number of what some would describe as lone wolf actors, or offenders. the isis has been proactive in using their global social media presence in particular, to constrict -- conscript individuals, some who have personal problems and some inspired by belonging to a higher cause, to commit acts in their name. especially if they cannot be able to join the islamic state, when it existed. meanwhile, in other parts of the world, israel in particular, we are seeing a sharp rise as well, of individuals taking it upon himself to carry out the violence, without having being recruited by or trained by or armed or funded by an actual group.
today and reed hoffman are trying to remake the democratic party. fox news contributor tammy bruce. how successful will these guys be? >> good luck to them. it is interesting, they're calling the new effort to win the future, wtf. which also means something else. what i find fascinating here, being billed as remake of the democratic party but in fact it is very separate. i think what this shows me is the fact that any effort they have made with the existing party has not worked. they believe it is not going to be functioning this will be a virtual party a, a new party if you will. based people being involved, being able to vote online about what issues they like. then to have a discussion on twitter which is as we know these days really doesn't quite happen. but that is their approach. now both of those things of course can be gamed. what i think they're doing, trying to start to find out, especially maybe millenials are thinking about. they're starting out with two questions. do you think engineering degrees should be free? would you be against a candidate who doesn't want to impe
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