Tag Archives: TSA

No Freedom Grope For Me

Several of us here have bitched and moaned about the new TSA regulations. The new machines, and their ensuing procedures, are crony regulation at it’s worst. I even suggested some ways to degrade and deride the actual agents administering the … Continue reading

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American Government: Now 100% More Child-Molesty.

  Aw, you got child molestation in my airport! No, you got airport in my child molestation!   Addressing the controversy over pat-downs of children last month, TSA regional security director James Marchand told the press the TSA was working on … Continue reading

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(T)olerated (S)exual (A)ssault

Yep, they’ve gone too far. You could face an $11,000 fine for refusing the body scanner and the enhanced pat-down on the grounds of disrupting the security process. They’ve prompted complaints. Today, the day before Thanksgiving, is now National Opt-Out … Continue reading

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All The World’s A Stage (For Security Theater)

Punte did a nice job writing an early Thanksgiving column. Instead of doing my own, I’ll add just one thing; I’m thankful I don’t have to travel in the Thanksgiving crowd. With long lines, delays, the inevitable screaming children, and … Continue reading

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