Superstorm Sandy vs. “terrorism.” I know which risk I’d rather take. Continue reading Sandy vs. Terrorism – which is the bigger threat?
Here’s a question everyone should be asking after last week’s stunning verdict against Andrea Abbott, the Nashville mother who tried to stop TSA agents from patting down her teenage daughter: Where do travelers turn when they have a legitimate grievance against the agency charged with protecting America’s transportation systems?
Continue reading Is this the only way to change the TSA?
UPDATED BELOW. A TSA agent stole a woman’s jewelry? Nah, impossible. Never happens! Continue reading Another theft: passenger says TSA stole jewelry at Boston Logan
For all the billions spent by the TSA, for all the balls groped, the grannies humiliated, the terminally ill people disrespected, and the children made to cry while being molested by uniformed thugs, the number of terrorists the unskilled workers of the TSA have caught? Continue reading TSA: they haven’t found a single terrorist; they have to crow about something
Ted Reed of Forbes has written a column titled “Remember 9/11?” In it, he defends the TSA’s actions and uses as evidence another column written by the TSA’s Lisa Farbstein. Continue reading TSA propagandist meltdown at Forbes
The Washington Post seems to have taken up the TSA’s cause. Continue reading TSA – “image problem” is the least of it
Last week we had headlines about the TSA firing 25 workers and suspending 19 others at Newark airport for not confiscating 4-ounce containers of liquid or sufficiently delaying travelers. In addition, NBC 7 San Diego reported that Federal Security Director Michael Aguilar was retiring amidst reports of misconduct. Continue reading TSA’s history of double standards
It started like it always does, just a few moments before I checked in for my flight.
Continue reading How to kill the TSA’s full-body scanners — once and for all
As Bill Fisher reported here at TSA News on September 3rd, the TSA has started removing the backscatter (x-ray) scanners from major airports. Now we find out that it’s fobbing them off onto smaller airports. Continue reading Start saying good-bye to backscatter scanners