Archive for December 11th, 2010

Carlsbad Woman Suing TSA for ‘Humiliating’ Search

December 11, 2010

“Heavily concentrating on my breast area where I told her I had a mastectomy the year previous and in just seemed to go on and on,” said Durso.

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Controversial airport scanners identify more crooks than terrorists

December 11, 2010

The federal government’s latest, more-intrusive screening measures appear more useful in finding drugs and wads of cash than tools of terror, a review of Indianapolis Airport Police records suggests.

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Those Who Forget History Are Doomed to Have Their Junk Squeezed

December 11, 2010

These regular, common-sense folks would be happier if, instead of strip searches, George Soros’s money were invested in the following anonymous proposal that is currently bouncing off their computers in the form of a chain mail: Develop an armored booth for the passenger to step into, and if there are any explosives hidden on or in his body, the machine detonates them automatically.

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