I think we need to start calling it the TSA(W)

August 30, 2014

The TSA has a long list of failed programs and initiatives, about which we’ve written many times. 

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Why is the TSA confiscating people’s medications?

August 29, 2014

Several stories have been circulating recently about people’s medications being confiscated by the TSA. In some cases, these are potentially lifesaving medications, such as nitroglycerin for heart patients or insulin for diabetics. 

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DA won’t prosecute fake TSA agent who groped women

August 27, 2014

Remember the guy who dressed up in a blue shirt, khaki pants, and blue gloves and impersonated a TSA agent in San Francisco last month? He succeeded in leading two victims into a curtained booth and groped at least one of them. Well, we don’t know exactly what he did, since he was hidden. We […]

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Tiny pieces of common sense for the TSA

August 26, 2014

Change may be coming to the TSA. Modest change, to be sure, but smart and necessary change. 

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Judicial Watch sues TSA/DHS over sexual abuse complaints

August 24, 2014

This is what it takes to get answers from the TSA and DHS: you have to sue them. And even then you’ll be stonewalled. 

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The Lobby of the Tulsa Airport Is Not Fallujah

August 23, 2014

Thousands Standing Around director John Pistole is at it again. 

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Hate to say we told you so, but . . . .

August 22, 2014

I am co-founder of an oganization dedicated to regaining freedoms taken away by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). We’re fighting against the illegal, warrantless strip-searches of travelers and the coerced, inappropriate physical touching of their bodies. 

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Dumb: Southwest Airlines Stowaway Ordered To Stay Away From LAX

August 17, 2014

This is completely stupid. 

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TSA: Thousands Standing Around – really

August 15, 2014

Because I decline to avoid air travel, I still get to encounter the TSA at the airport from time to time. I just caught a flight with my wife and daughter, and was struck by how desultory the Testicle Security Administration has become. 

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God bless Amtrak — ride the rails, avoid the TSA!

August 10, 2014

I’m sitting in the Metropolitan Lounge of the magnificent Union Station in Chicago, having just gotten here from Baltimore, waiting to board the fabled Southwest Chief on my way to Santa Fe. 

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