The Nation Attacks John “Don’t Touch My Junk” Tyner

By: Wednesday November 24, 2010 9:35 am

It’s obscene that The Nation published this hit piece. There’s nothing “liberal” about using your platform to launder unsubstantiated attacks by government officials against individual citizens who criticize them. They owe everyone involved an apology, and unless they can provide proof for the claims they make, they should print a retraction.

Patdowns by TSA More Frequent Than Previously Cited? Possibly a Million Groped Last Week

By: Tuesday November 23, 2010 8:30 am

Frankly, I think expecting 170,000 people a week to have their genitalia groped each week by government workers to be unreasonable. But the numbers may be far, far higher.

TSA: First Do No Harm

By: Monday November 22, 2010 4:20 pm

A few CT machines in a handful of hospitals exposed several hundred patients to an over-dose of radiation over the course of eighteen months.

One malfunctioning scanning machine at one airport will over-dose thousands in the course of one week.

Feeling safe yet?

John Pistole Ignored DHS Advice to Warn About Gate Rape

By: Monday November 22, 2010 1:45 pm

Aside from being too little too late, consider what this situation says about TSA’s John Pistole’s relationship with the citizens who employ him. Regardless of his “risk based” assessment that he had to keep secrets from the terrorists, don’t Americans have the right to know what will happen to them at the airport?

Porno Scan: The Movie

By: Wednesday November 17, 2010 7:25 pm

Whenever there is a complicated or confusing issue, you can count on the Taiwanese animators at NMA.tv to explain it in a precise and easy to understand manner.

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