Out this week and worth your eye time -- the National Intelligence Estimate titled "The Terrorist Threat to the Homeland" (it's a .pdf file). We're putting it in the CHATTER Public File.
Intriguing: The report's claim of danger from "non-Muslim terrorist groups ... and even small numbers of alienated people" who could "find and connect with one another, justify and intensify their anger, and mobilize resources to attack -- all without requiring a centralized terrorist organization, training camp, or leader."
"Single-issue groups" will "probably" launch attacks in the next three years, according to the report. This sounds less like terror talk, more like fear of a revolution.