What the TSA really thinks of you – as if you didn’t already know

It doesn’t take many brain cells to figure out that the TSA, institutionally and individually, holds us in contempt. In their eyes, we’re all potential terrorists. Also peons who have to be put in their place. Never mind that we pay their salaries, every penny of their $8-billion-a-year budget, and that they are supposed to facilitate flying, not impede it.  Continue reading What the TSA really thinks of you – as if you didn’t already know

More Pre-Check propaganda and more TSA fraud

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Another bs article about the bs program that is Pre-Check. And, of course, a discussion thread full of comments by the Special People o-woe-is-me-ing their fate. Pardon my impatience, but we’ve been writing about Pre-Check for over two years now, pointing out its fraud, and I do get sick of having to repeat the same things every time some ill-informed article appears in the mainstream media. Continue reading More Pre-Check propaganda and more TSA fraud

NYT: TSA’s behavior detection program useless, wasteful

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Readers of TSA News know that we’ve been pointing out the fraud of the TSA’s so-called “behavior detection” program for years. Just a few examples: hereherehere, and here. Well, now the New York Times is finally catching on. Continue reading NYT: TSA’s behavior detection program useless, wasteful

TSA propaganda never lets up

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We here at TSA News are used to the steady stream of propaganda put out by the TSA and its spokespeople (all paid for by our tax dollars, I might add). John Pistole, Nico Melendez, Lisa Farbstein, Kip Hawley, David Castelveter, John Halinski, Kawika Riley, LuAnn Canipe, Blogger Bob, on and on — there’s a veritable army of them. You can search their names at this blog and find the various things they’ve written and we’ve written about them. Continue reading TSA propaganda never lets up

DOJ backpedals on claim that Guantanamo searches are like TSA’s

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This past summer, a U.S. judge issued a rare ruling on the side of justice and the rule of law. Then, just as quickly, his ruling was appealed by the Department of Justice (sic) and overturned. Continue reading DOJ backpedals on claim that Guantanamo searches are like TSA’s