TSA goon squads at the bus station: police state, here we come

Paul Joseph Watson writes for Prison Planet that Big Sis has started a program with the TSA and police officers to search and interrogate passengers on Houston buses. This practice isn’t new. As we’ve written several times at TSA News, this program of warrantless searches on buses, trains, boats, and highways, is part of VIPR, and has been going on all over the country. Houston is just the latest stop. Watson writes: Continue reading “TSA goon squads at the bus station: police state, here we come”

Randomizing airport security is unfair and unsafe

Former head of the TSA Kip Hawley has written a book, “Permanent Emergency,” and an extended editorial in the Wall Street Journal arguing that airport security is broken. I can’t help agreeing with him that, “In attempting to eliminate all risk from flying, we have made air travel an unending nightmare,” and that “If you’re a frequent traveler, you probably hate [the TSA].” Continue reading “Randomizing airport security is unfair and unsafe”