A former TSA employee was arraigned on child pornography charges. An onsite preview of the man's computer and two external hard drives confirmed that he was storing more than 10,000 child porn videos and images,Read more »
Iranian-American businessman Farid Seif didn't realize he had forgotten to remove his loaded snub nose "baby" Glock pistol from his computer bag and was shocked to discover the gun traveled unnoticed by TSA personnel.Read more »
Two respected scientists say they have discovered a flaw in airport full body scanners that could potentially allow terrorists to outsmart the machines.Read more »
Is there a proposal that fixes the TSA and health care while also reducing the cost of government? Is it something that Republicans, Democrats, and fiscal libertarians can all agree on? Or is this compromise too good to be true?Read more »
US national security agencies are promising they will be making themselves a permanent presence for bus travelers.
For those of you facing the upcoming holiday travels, here’s a way to add some humor to your airport experience.
With the new TSA full-body-scanners and pat downs at several airports, creators Tim Geoghegan and Matthew Ryan have designed a special type of shirt called 4th Amendment Wear.
The tee has the privacy rights in the amendment printed on the front with metallic ink designed to show up during the scanners.Read more »
A humiliating TSA pat down that left Indian Ambassador to the United States livid and insistent that she would never return to America has prompted Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to promise a review of TSA policies in the aftermath of a nationwide revolt against invasive airport security measures.Read more »
This article takes Janet Napolitano's recruitment of Walmart into her tattletale society and puts it on its head by reporting government and corporate entities as threats and criminals.Read more »
Indianapolis City-County Councilor Ed Coleman (L) has introduced a proposal to to refuse further service from the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) at the Indianapolis airport. The airport could then hire its own security, or contract it out to a private firm.Read more »
New Jersey Senator Michael Doherty (R-Warren, Hunterdon) announced today that he has introduced three pieces of legislation drafted to eliminate any immunity TSA agents might enjoy when violating New Jersey law during unnecessary and invasive airport screenings:Read more »
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