Or is it actually the other way around–which is to say, Life, in the increasingly watched-over, pried-into, unconstitutionally searched police state formerly known as ‘Land of the Free and Home of the Brave’ . . . is now imitating art? Continue reading “TSA “Contraband” on display: art imitates police state life?”
Eleven people were led away in handcuffs at Dallas Love Field yesterday because a student committed the unpardonable sin of accidentally leaving his science project on the plane. TSA air marshals detained them. The TSA closed 13 gates and evacuated that portion of the terminal, causing flight delays and landing diversions.
And nobody in the mainstream media is reporting it. Only two sources — Web Pro News and WFAA have covered it. Continue reading “Students, teacher led away in handcuffs by TSA in Dallas”
A parent or guardian of a child does not have the right to allow anyone to touch a child’s private parts, unless it’s for the child’s benefit such as during a medical exam. This is because such touching is recognized as harmful. All states have passed laws against it. Children themselves are not even allowed to give consent for such acts. If I don’t have the right to commit an illegal act (harm my child), I don’t have the right to allow someone else to do it; I cannot give consent, direct or implied. Continue reading “Why you must protect your children from TSA groping”
Like Alan Rickman in Die Hard or Jack Nicholson in A Few Good Men, the fine men and women of the TSA — mostly the men, actually — are really good at being bad.
Continue reading “Who’s responsible for these bad TSA agents?”