The House also voted 404-6 Tuesday to create a national commission to study the causes and the means to prevent homegrown terrorism. The commission is to look into the social, criminal, political, psychological and economic roots of domestic terrorism, said Rep. Jane Harman, D-Calif., sponsor with Rep. David Reichert, R-Wash. "Free speech, espousing even very radical beliefs, is protected by our Constitution — but violent behavior is not," she said. "Our plan must be to intervene before a person crosses that line separating radical views from violent behavior." The bill also directs the Homeland Security Department to establish a university-based Center of Excellence for the Study of Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism to coordinate research on terrorism. - http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5ijxFJjj9U0kTBO67xJPcV4M9gSgA I can save the Congress a lot of time and trouble. There are bad people on this earth who do bad things. Here's a novel idea - how about the federal government doing their best to prevent violent behavior, maybe by doing, oh I don't know, maybe something really, really radical such as protecting our BORDERS.