Big Sister's police state

TSA's tyrannical tactics threaten American freedoms

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has crossed the line. As if subjecting millions of Americans to X-rated x-ray scans and public groping sessions weren't bad enough, the agency now threatens $11,000 in fines against anyone refusing to submit to humiliation at the airport. Full Story »

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Jon Mitchell
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by Jon Mitchell - Nov. 18, 2010

The philosophical arguments demand an answer from the TSA and the administration, but some of the factual arguments need more support. The charge that a TSA agent planted fake drugs on passengers as a "joke" MUST be hyperlinked; that just speaks of a lack of web savvy on the Washington Times editorial board. However, the Times has a point about the overall process. The TSA should be accountable to elected officials, and if the electorate is opposed to their policies, there should be political recourse.

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