DHS wants 12 more VIPR teams
Agency sets up illegal security checkpoints on interstates
September 15th, 2011 You know a branch of government has registered itself useless when its creator raves of its inefficiency. John Mica, a Republican of Florida, heads the House’s Transportation Committee…and can say that he is less than impressed with the TSA’s work so far. There are stories everyday of TSA’s run in with a [...]
tsa-gloves-150×150 The Transportation Security Administration has apologized to an Aurora woman after taking her insulin before she boarded a flight. The incident happened at Denver International Airport on Thursday. The woman, who is six months pregnant, was getting ready to board a flight to Phoenix. She said she had traveled with her insulin before and [...]
4f007d_080111loganar09 Boston’s TSA screeners — part of a security force whose competency has come under fire nationwide — soon will be carrying out sophisticated behavioral inspections under a first-in-the-nation program that’s already raising concerns of racial profiling, harassment of innocent travelers and longer lines. The training for the Israeli-style screening — a projected $1 billion [...]
TSA A Transportation Security Administration officer has been indicted on five charges in the theft of four watches and a pre-paid debit card from luggage at Los Angeles International Airport, officials announced Friday. A federal grand jury indicted Paul Yashou, 38, of Torrance, on two felony and three misdemeanor theft counts Friday afternoon. Yashou is [...]
Texans for Accountable Government once again utilize political theater to make an important point to Texas senators.
bradleymanning-225 The co-founder of a group supporting an Army private accused of leaking classified information to WikiLeaks filed a federal lawsuit today accusing the Department of Homeland Security of violating his civil rights by seizing his laptop without a warrant when he passed through security at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago. David House, 24, a [...]
castillo-197×300 by Michael Maharrey An invasive TSA pat-down at the Dallas airport left former Miss U.S.A Susie Castillo in tears. She said the search left her feeling violated, and she likened it to molestation. Castillo made an emotional video shortly after the incident on April 21. “I’m sure this woman was just doing her job. [...]
The revelation that TSA workers have admitted to stealing huge amounts of cash from passengers they singled out for enhanced security screening is far from an isolated incident, and underscores how armies of degenerates are being employed by the federal government to push around and dominate members of the public going about their daily business.