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Hands On with the TSA’s New ‘Enhanced’ Pat-Down Procedure

By Against Crony Capitalism September 13, 2017   Hands On with the TSA’s New ‘Enhanced’ Pat-Down Procedure   Yesterday we wrote about the loss of dignity and privacy in the wake of the September 11th 2001 attacks. Well… (From The Weekly Standard)   After going through a metal detector in the TSA-Pre security line, I was […]

Hands On with the TSA’s New ‘Enhanced’ Pat-Down Procedure

TSA Introduces “More Invasive” Pat-Downs

TSA Introduces “More Invasive” Pat-Downs

By Whitney Webb True Activist March 5, 2017   TSA Introduces “More Invasive” Pat-Downs   Despite insurmountable evidence that the TSA is incredibly ineffective, the federal agency has decided that “more rigorous” and “more involved” pat-downs will improve its performance. TSA officers have refused to specify if touching a passenger’s genitals is part of the […]


The Feds at the Airport

The Feds at the Airport

By Ron Paul Mises.org May 22, 2016   The Feds at the Airport   [Editor’s Note: In the wake of numerous accounts of TSA’s inability to provide quick and efficient security screening at airports, it’s interesting to read what (then) Congressman Ron Paul had to say about creating a new federal agency. This article originally was published on […]


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Ron Paul Warned About This: TSA Removes Opt-Out From Full Body Scanners

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute December 28, 2015   Ron Paul Warned About This: TSA Removes Opt-Out From Full Body Scanners   Never let a crisis go to waste. That is the motto of every government agency and every bureaucrat. Citing “heightened tensions over terrorism,” the Transportation Safety Administration has unilaterally decided that fliers […]


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Cartoon: Where Is the ‘Security’ in TSA?

By Glenn Foden The Daily Signal June 5, 2015   Cartoon: Where Is the ‘Security’ in TSA?   According to ABC News, the Transportation Security Administration failed to stop undercover agents in 67 out of 70 recent probes. David Inserra, who specializes in cyber and homeland security policy at The Heritage Foundation, wrote about the […]


Shock Security Report: TSA Has a 95% Failure Rate Finding Weapons and Explosives

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com June 1, 2015   Shock Security Report: TSA Has a 95% Failure Rate Finding Weapons and Explosives   With an annual budget of over $7 billion Transportation Security Administration officials claim that they set the standard for excellence in transportation security and counterterrorism. But a recent investigation reveals that when undercover operatives attempted […]

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TSA Pocketed $675K Last Year Thanks To Your Loose Change

By Ashlee Kieler Consumerist April 7, 2015   TSA Pocketed $675K Last Year Thanks To Your Loose Change     All those pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters we leave behind while dashing through airport security certainly add up. In fact, the Transportation Security Administration pocketed almost $675,000 last year because we were in too big […]


The Ever-Tightening Noose of Airport Security 1

Source: http://mises.ca By Logan Albright The Ever-Tightening Noose of Airport Security   How afraid are you when you get on a plane? More importantly, how afraid should you be? Ever since the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, fear of flying has been a constant presence in the western world. Immediately following the attacks, the […]


Feel-free fee: TSA will grope you less for $85

Source: http://rt.com Feel-free fee: TSA will grope you less for $85     If full-body scanners and TSA pat-downs make you feel uncomfortable, you now have an alternate option – making the agency like you and paying a fee of $85. The Transportation Security Administration has launched an expansion to their program that allows members […]