lewrockwell.com / By Becky Akers / September 1, 2014
It’s been a banner month for anyone who despises the deceitful TSA. Not once but twice, the agency has proved itself a complete, unrepentant liar.
Breitbart News reported earlier this summer that the TSA was “ALLOWING ILLEGALS TO FLY WITHOUT VERIFIABLE ID,” [...]
infowars.com / by PAUL JOSEPH WATSON | AUGUST 22, 2014
Despite repeatedly insisting that it was not allowing illegal aliens to fly without ID, the TSA admits in a letter to Rep. Kenny Marchant (R-TX) that a ‘notice to appear’ form alone is sufficient documentation for an individual to board an airliner.
infowars.com / by STEVE WATSON / AUGUST 22, 2014
Researchers with three of the nation’s top Universities have concluded that TSA body scanners can be easily defeated by anyone with a modicum of know how, confirming what Infowars first reported two years ago, that the machines are useless.
Researchers at the University of California-San [...]
papersplease.org / August 19, 2014
Time and time again, the TSA has acted as though its middle name was “secrecy” rather than “security”.
Case in point: Sai v. TSA.
There’s a lot at issue in this case, but here are some of the problems with the TSA that it has exposed:
Sai poses no threat [...]
dollarvigilante.com / By Wendy McElroy / July 30, 2014
The “March 2013 Watchlisting Guidance” is a 166-page instruction booklet issued by “watchlist authorities” and used by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to determine who goes on the “selectee” and “no-fly” lists.
A selectee will experience “enhanced screening” at airports and [...]
infowars.com / by ADAN SALAZAR / JULY 26, 2014
Illegal aliens are being loaded onto planes without being screened by TSA agents, a Border Patrol officer working in the Rio Grande Valley sector recently told Infowars.
Speaking out despite a federally imposed gag order, the officer, who spoke to Infowars on the condition of [...]
libertyblitzkrieg.com / Michael Krieger / June 17, 2014
An increasing concern amongst journalists, activists and just about anyone else who values their privacy is that a bad cop, TSA agent or other bully in a costume will commandeer your cell phone and search its contents. This isn’t just a theoretical issue either, it seems to [...]
thedailysheeple.com / By John W. Whitehead via Activist Post / June 16, 2014
“A standing military force, with an overgrown Executive will not long be safe companions to liberty.”—James Madison
“Here [in New Mexico], we are moving more toward a national police force. Homeland Security is involved with a lot [...]
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policestateusa.com / by Site Staff in News / June 11, 2014
FLORIDA — A U.S. court has made a disturbing ruling in favor of abusive and invasive federal checkpoint procedures. The ruling established that TSA agents may read travelers’ private documents, threaten arrest for noncompliance, [...]
papersplease.org / June 1, 2014
At the request of the government, the Supreme Court has agreed to review the decision of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in favor of Robert MacLean, a TSA “air marshal” who was fired for telling a journalist, members of Congress, and the DHS Office of the Inspector [...]
shtfplan.com / By Mac Slavo / May 30th, 2014
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.” -President Ronald Reagan
If drones over America, heavily armed law enforcement agencies, and a massive government surveillance web hasn’t yet convinced you that the United States is rapidly moving towards a police state then maybe [...]
papersplease.org / May 23rd, 2014
Since late last year, we’ve gotten several inquires from readers wondering why they got a boarding pass marked “TSA Pre-Check” or were sent through the “Pre-Check” lane at a TSA checkpoint even though they hadn’t participated in the “TSA Pre-Check Application Program”.
The confusion stems from the TSA’s own misleading [...]
infowars.com / Paul Joseph Watson / April 22, 2014
Disturbing new video footage shows TSA agents performing full body pat downs on two infants aged just 2 and 6 years old, illustrating how the federal agency still targets children despite a partial rollback of the policy in 2011.
The clip begins with the [...]
infowars.com / By Steve Watson / April 10, 2014
What kind of a security threat is a wheelchair bound stroke victim who is unable to talk or write? Apparently a big one, if TSA screeners at Los Angeles International Airport are to be believed.
Sherry Wright was attempting to fly with her sister to Phoenix [...]
rt.com / Published time: March 27, 2014 23:00
The US Transportation Security Administration has asked for armed law enforcement officers to guard airport security checkpoints at busy times, a proposal that comes months after a shooter opened fire at a crowded California airport checkpoint.
The TSA released a 25-page report to Congress on Wednesday, making [...]
thedailysheeple.com / By Chris Carrington / March 10th, 2014
According to the FedBizOpps.Gov website the TSA is soliciting companies to supply dynamite.
Solicitation Number: HSTS02-14-Q-NCP056
Agency: Department of Homeland Security Office: Transportation Security Administration Location: Headquarters TSA
The DHS Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires the following items, Exact Match Only, to the [...]
thedailysheeple.com / Chris Carrington / February 27th, 2014
Lets say, just for a moment, that last years Boston marathon bombing went down exactly as it looked like it happened on TV. Two men, IN THE CROWD, detonated bombs that caused mayhem and terror across the city. Okay, you with me so far? [...]
thedailysheeple.com / Melissa Melton / February 19th, 2014
Get ready to take off your flip flops at the airport (not that we already don’t) here in America: the Department of Homeland Security has issued a “shoe bomb advisory” for all inbound flights reports NBC News New York:
Several officials familiar with [...]
infowars.com / Steve Watson / February 12, 2014
Machines will be able to see through more layers of clothing
They were expensive, they didn’t work on a security level, they shredded privacy, and they carried significant potential safety risks, yet that didn’t stop the TSA from rolling out full body scanners without consulting Congress [...]