A Civics Lesson from America’s Airports, and the TSA

By: Thursday May 8, 2014 9:01 am

It is unfortunate that so many foreigner visitors are unfamiliar with our freedoms. The tree of liberty needs to be refreshed from time to time with the residual remains of patriots, so I went to the airport for a civics lesson alongside them. I am sure that having flown out of sleek, modern facilities in [...]

Jetskier Unwittingly Exposes JFK Airport Security Faults, Gets Arrested

By: Monday August 13, 2012 12:45 pm

A man who was out drinking with his friends and decided it would be fun to race and see who had the fastest jet ski has been arrested for criminal trespassing after breaching security at JFK Airport in New York. The breach occurred after his jet ski broke down in Jamaica Bay, and, after his [...]

Ten Years After 9/11, Aviation Security Still Hysterical

By: Sunday September 11, 2011 9:44 pm

(photo: veganstraightedge) The tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks had aviation security officials on edge. They were so edgy they scrambled fighter jets and deployed the bomb squad for a couple that was probably having sex in the airplane bathroom. A Frontier Airlines flight from Denver to Detroit was taken to a “remote area [...]

WikiLeaks Cables: Countries Put on TSA List After Attempted Christmas Day Bombing Were Angry

By: Wednesday September 7, 2011 7:49 pm

In the aftermath of the attempted bombing of a Northwest Airlines flight from Amsterdam to Detroit on Christmas Day in 2009 by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) moved to increase airport security. Passengers flying “non-stop” to the US were subject to enhanced screenings, including in some cases a full-body pat-down. But, immediately, [...]

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