TSA

TSA screeners allowed to molest and falsely arrest air travelers; watch list complainers

Source: MassPrivateI July 12, 2018 by mapi Yesterday a Philadelphia Appeals Court ruled that TSA agents can not be sued for molesting or falsely arresting air travelers. According to an article in Yahoo News the government has granted DHS employees immunity from lawsuits. In a 2-1 vote, the 3rd U.S. …

Surveillance State

How the Feds Use Transportation Funds to Spy on You

Source: Mises Wire May 22, 2018 Mike Maharrey A recent announcement by a local transit authority in Virginia sheds light on how the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are building a massive, intrusive surveillance network built on America’s transportation system. The Greater Richmond Transit …

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Los Angeles Times: TSA Secret Watchlist Targets Troublesome Travelers

Source: James Bovard May 28, 2018 James Bovard After pointlessly groping countless Americans, the TSA is keeping a secret watchlist of those who fight back “I need a witness!” exclaimed the security screener at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. Because I had forgotten to remove my belt before going through a …

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Remy: The Longest Time (TSA Version)

Source: ReasonTV May 25, 2018 by Remy Remy prepares summer travelers for groping season. “The Longest Time” parody written and performed by Remy. Background vocals and Mastering by Ben Karlstrom. Video produced and edited by Austin Bragg. Related Posts:TSA screeners allowed to molest and falsely arrest air travelers; watch list …

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The TSA Is A Milgram Experiment

Source: The Corbett Report May 26, 2018 James Corbett Everybody’s least favorite homeland security goon squad, the Transportation Security Agency (TSA), is back in the news again this week, and for precisely the same reason as it always is: engaging in the degradation, humiliation, dehumanization and molestation of innocent people, …

Surveillance State

Digital Papers Please: New Reports of TSA Searching Computers and Cellphones for DOMESTIC Flights

Source: Activist Post March 13, 2018 By Nicholas West Despite being roundly hated by the traveling public, the TSA continues to trample upon anyone unfortunate enough to cross their path. Whether it is the physical searches that are sometimes tantamount to sex crimes, or forcing foreign travelers to take books, …

Police State

Police State: Thousands of Americans’ Electronics Illegally Searched at Border

Source: The Daily Bell January 8, 2018 By Joe Jarvis Over 30,000 people had their electronic devices searched without probable cause or a warrant by Customs and Border Protection in 2017. This is a 50% increase from 2016. Most of the searches took place at airports when travelers were leaving …

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TSA Plans to Use Facial Recognition to Track Americans in US Airports

Source: ANTIMEDIA November 10, 2017 Written by Carey Wedler The TSA is moving forward with plans to gradually implement facial recognition and other biometric data into screenings at the airport. The agency began testing out the methods, which also include iris scans and fingerprints, on enrollees in their PreCheck program …

Gun Control

Catalonia Shows the Danger of Disarming Civilians

Source: Foundation for Economic Education October 5, 2017 by  Laura Williams Since the tragic murder of 59 peaceful concertgoers in Las Vegas Sunday, I’ve heard well-intentioned Americans from all political corners echoing heartbroken and tempting refrains: Can’t we just ban guns? Surely we can all get together on the rocket …

Tyranny

16 Years After 9/11 & US Govt Has Proven They ‘Hate Our Freedom’ Just As Much as Terrorists

Source: The Free Thought Project September 11, 2017 By Matt Agorist It’s been 16 years since 9/11— Americans are less free, terrorism is rampant, war is perpetual, and the police state is thriving. “They hate our freedoms: our freedom of religion, our freedom of speech, our freedom to vote and …