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TSA Conducted Pat Downs On Family Members of Plane Crash Victims

Transportation Security Administration |  | Federal agency made life “more difficult” for both victims and loved ones Instead of helping both victims and their loved ones who were involved in the tragic Asiana Airlines plane crash at San Francisco International Airport, the TSA made life “more difficult” for both by delaying victims for hours and conducting pat downs on grief-stricken ...Read More »

Airline, Airport Employees Caught Abusing Security Badges (VIDEO)

Transportation Security Administration |  | An investigation uncovered police reports showing workers at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport abusing their security badges, even using them to help family and friends skip the checkpoints to board flights. Government officials and a top airline executive were among those caught. “Sometimes, unfortunately, humans do some really stupid things,” said airport security consultant, Larry Wansley. ...Read More »

TSA Agent Spills Grandfather's Ashes, Then Proceeds To Laugh At Grandson

Transportation Security Administration |  | A man’s attempt to bring the ashes of his grandfather home to Indianapolis ended with an angry scene in a Florida airport, with the ashes spilled on the terminal floor. John Gross, a resident of Indianapolis’ south side, was leaving Florida with the remains of his grandfather — Mario Mark Marcaletti, a Sicilian immigrant who ...Read More »

Congressman Vows To End TSA Screening

Transportation Security Administration |  | Congressman John Mica, a consistent critic of the TSA, who has pushed for airports to ditch the agency and replace it with private security screeners, has set about his biggest step to date to end the Federal agency’s rule throughout the nation’s airports. Mica, who now heads up a subcommittee of the Oversight and Government ...Read More »

Head Of TSA Questioned On Criminal Conduct Within TSA & Body Scanner Safety (VIDEO)

Transportation Security Administration |  | Sierra Adamson questions John Pistole, Administrator of the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) on the criminal conduct of TSA workers and the safety of the body scanners used at checkpoints.   Support us by subscribing here http://bit.ly/P05Kqb www.facebook.com/wearechange.orgRead More »

DHS Has Declared War On the USA

Transportation Security Administration |  | Welcome to the Fatherland, where there is no constitution, no justice and, at the present moment, no future. Our way of life, our culture and even our lives are in jeopardy if we do not quickly reign in an out of control and potentially deadly Department of Homeland Security. Questions Did anyone else remember when ...Read More »

TSA Sealed $50-Million Sequester-Eve Deal to Buy New Uniforms

Transportation Security Administration |  | The impending sequester did not prevent the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) from acting in late February to seal a $50-million deal to purchase new uniforms for its agents–uniforms that will be partly manufactured in Mexico. Soon after this new investment in TSA uniforms, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano warned Americans that the lines are already ...Read More »

Airport Scanners in 2014 – Currents of Fear and the End of Privacy

Transportation Security Administration |  | “Terrorism – or the perceived threat of it – has turned democracies into paranoid armed camps in which the state feels justified in assuming that every citizen is a potential terrorist.” – John Naughton We are the last ones to board the flight to LA. It’s not the first time that our refusal to pass ...Read More »

TSA Opt-Out and Film Campaign Launched January 20th, 2013

Transportation Security Administration |  | Update: Gizmodo and others are reporting that the TSA will remove the naked image scanners from U.S. airports. While this is a clear victory as the TSA capitulates on this point, we cannot let up until the entire organization becomes a thing of the past. They are still expanding outside of airports and making their ...Read More »

Alex Jones Detained By TSA

Transportation Security Administration |  | Radio talk show host and ardent Homeland Security critic Alex Jones was detained by the TSA at Austin-Bergstrom airport earlier today and threatened with arrest for refusing to take his shoes off at a security checkpoint. Traveling to New York to appear on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight, Jones had already showed his ID as he ...Read More »

TSA Harassment Sends Rape Victim To Emergency Room

Transportation Security Administration |  | What would have likely been a routine flight out of a Florida airport this weekend ended with a woman being sent to the emergency room after TSA agents insisted on groping a traumatized rape victim in a security pat-down that put her in the hospital. A user of the online Web forum FlyerTalk.com writes that ...Read More »

TSA Seeks Permission to Conduct “Security Assessments” on Highways

Transportation Security Administration |  | The TSA is seeking permission from the Office of Management and Budget to conduct “security assessments” on highways as well as at 140 other public transportation hubs, including bus depots and train stations. The request was buried amidst a deluge of jargon and published in the Federal Register on November 30. If approved, it would ...Read More »

TSA Claims Congress Has No Jurisdiction Over It; Refuses To Attend Hearings

Transportation Security Administration |  | When officials who head up a federal agency created and funded by Congress no longer feel obligated to appear before the congressional committee charged with overseeing the function of that agency, a situation of genuine tyranny exists. Enter John Pistole, the Obama Administration’s head of the notorious Transportation Security Agency. He is not only refusing ...Read More »

Next Generation of Airport Scanners Will Scan Every Single Molecule In Your Body

Transportation Security Administration |  | New airport scanners used by the Transportation Security Administration are already too revealing, and potentially very dangerous to your health. But they’re going to seem tame by comparison once the next generation of scanners arrives – and they are on their way. The U.S. government is developing what are called Picosecond Programmable Laser scanners, through ...Read More »

Cuba, Venezuela, Russia and China Now More Free than America in Notable Ways

Transportation Security Administration |  | In reviewing all the breaking news over the last few months and looking for the “big picture” of where America is headed, one pattern has emerged with striking regularity: America has quietly become less free in many ways than nations like Cuba, China and even Venezuela. This is especially true in California, where “justice” has ...Read More »

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