TSA Scores Five Percent When Tested

The TSA scores have declined during the last eight years from a 40 to 25 percent failing grade to a five percent failing grade. The TSA will never answer for their declining record because we already know they refuse to answer to Congress about it. In the past, they have classified their failures as “secret” so that they wouldn’t have to be held accountable for them. If we aren’t allowed to know how the TSA scores in providing for our security, then we have no choice but to keep submitting Read more […]

Ex-TSA Whistleblower: “Yes, We Were Laughing”

Politico has just released an article: “Dear America, I Saw You Naked (And Yes, We Were Laughing: Confessions of an Ex-TSA Agent).” It includes a TSA Glossary. Here are a few specialized terms that TSA agents have developed for communication, with definitions: Alfalfa: TSA malespeak for an attractive female passenger. Code Red: Officer malespeak. Denotes an attractive female passenger wearing red. Fanny Pack, Lane 2: Code for an attractive female passenger. Retaliatory wait time: What Read more […]

2nd Amendment For Airports: Not Potential For Violence; Potential For Immediate Defense!

As we probably all know by now, the murder of a TSA agent is following the script that anyone who objects to the TSA’s unconstitutional groping is inspiring aggression. The Natonal Journal attempts to support this narrative through a story headlined, “The TSA Found 29 Firearms at Airports This Week, Before the LAX Shooting.” It states that “it turns out, loaded weapons get stopped at security checkpoints all the time.” As if this is somehow related to a guy coming to the airport to attack Read more […]

DHS Is Doing A Bang-Up Job (At Least That’s What Happened To The Plane)

In the news this morning: “Report: DHS employees abusing overtime allowances” by Alicia Caldwell: WASHINGTON (AP) — Employees from six Homeland Security Department offices have abused an overtime program and cost the government about $8.7 million a year, according an Office of Special Counsel letter and report sent Thursday to the president and Congress… According to one whistle-blower, some Customs and Border Protection employees assigned to the commissioner’s situation room at its headquarters Read more […]

Gangs Tag Jet Plane Under Airport Security’s Noses

The best-laid plans of mice and men often go astray. If you ever needed proof of that adage, look no further than Van Nuys Airport in California, one of the largest commercial airports anywhere. In a fear-driven climate where little girls and little old ladies alike can’t board an airplane without being sexually molested by security personnel hell-bent on looking for terrorists, somehow a gang of punks managed to break through airport procedures unseen last weekend and commandeer an entire Read more […]

My Recent Disappointing Experience With The TSA

I just got back from traveling to the liberal land of Massachusetts. I didn’t see their celebrated female Cherokee Senator, Elizabeth “Crock of Bull” Warren, on my plane, nor any obviously Muslim passengers, so I had a good flight. (If that last part about Muslims makes me a bigot, so be it; bigotry and realism are not mutually exclusive.) In preparation for my travels yesterday, I fully expected to experience firsthand, for the first time, being profiled by the Transportation Security Administration. Why Read more […]

TSA Creates Another Watch List Beside Their No-Fly List

If you want to get into an exclusive nightclub, you’ve got to be on the list. If you want to get past security at the airport, you’ve got to be off the list. And not just the no-fly list that includes people that the TSA think might possibly at some point in their lives considered doing something that could remotely be perceived as being somewhat related to “terrorism.” Now, the TSA are compiling another list of people that might be potential threats – those that have been disqualified Read more […]