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Judge Jim Gray - Freedom Summit / WeWontFly.com / Meg McLain - TSA

Judge Jim Gray - Freedom Summit / George Donnelly and Jim Babb - WeWontFly.com / Meg McLain Singled out by the TSA, Cuffed to a Chair, Her Ticket Ripped up

Hour One

Media Type: Audio • Time: 39 Minutes and 16 Secs
News Link  •   Freedom Summit Edition
Freedom Summit 2010 Speaker
FREEDOM SUMMIT 2010 SPEAKER - Jim Gray
07-22-2010  •  JudgeJumGray.com 
James P. Gray has been a trial judge in Orange County, California since 1983.Using his experience on the bench and elsewhere, he has also authored a book on the failed War on Drugs, another Wearing The Robe 

James P. Gray has been a trial judge in Orange County, California since 1983. Before becoming a judge, he served as a Volunteer in the Peace Corps in Costa Rica, a staff judge advocate and criminal defense attorney in the Navy JAG Corps, a federal prosecutor in Los Angeles, and a civil litigation attorney in a private law firm, in addition to being a Republican candidate for US Congress in 1998, and a Libertarian candidate for US Senate in 2004. Judge Gray has discussed issues of drug policy on more than two hundred television and radio shows and public forums all across the country. Using his experience on the bench and elsewhere, he has also authored a book on the failed War on Drugs, another Wearing The Robe, about practical and ethical issues in being a judge, and has composed a musical that encourages young people to expand their horizons and live a fuller life. Read more about Judge Jim Gray.

It's A Gray Area:

Are you tired of politics full of gossip, dirt and emotional issues that don't make any real difference? Judge Jim Gray has written a weekly informative column in the Daily Pilot Newspaper that actually discusses the real issues of our day -- as well as practical and workable solutions. Resolutions of the problems of crime; illegal immigration; traffic; the death penalty; welfare for the poor and the wealthy, separation of church and state; large, expensive and unproductive government; healthcare; excessive litigation, the failure of our national tax system, and many more thorny issues are honestly addressed and resolutions offered. There is even a column showing how we would be better off nationally if we were to convert to the Metric System! In short, this series of 52 news columns presents a citizen's handbook that every informed voter should read. Click here to read more: Judge Jim Gray's Blog.

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11-15-2010  •  WeWontFly.com 
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Hour Two

Media Type: Audio • Time: 39 Minutes and 16 Secs
Guests: Meg McLain
Topics: TSA
Results Rating:  7.96 News Link  •  Transportation: Air Travel
Meg McLain Singled out by the TSA, Cuffed to a Chair, Her Ticket Ripped up
11-10-2010  •  youtube 
The TSA chose Meg McLain for special screening. They wanted her to go through the new porno-scanners. When she opted out, TSA agents raised an enormous ruckus. When she asked some question about what they planned to do to her, they flipped out. TSA a  Read Full Story
 
 
Meg McLain (smeg) Singled out by the TSA, Cuffed to a Chair, Her Ticket Ripped up

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MEG!!! :)

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Which brings us to the money shot. The body scanner is sure to get a go-ahead because of the illustrious personages hawking them. Chief among them is former DHS secretary Michael Chertoff, who now heads the Chertoff Group, which represents one of the leading manufacturers of whole-body-imaging machines, Rapiscan Systems. For days after the attack, Chertoff made the rounds on the media promoting the scanners, calling the bombing attempt “a very vivid lesson in the value of that machinery”—all without disclosing his relationship to Rapiscan. According to the Washington Post:

Chertoff’s advocacy for the technology dates back to his time in the Bush administration. In 2005, Homeland Security ordered the government’s first batch of the scanners—five from California-based Rapiscan Systems.

Today, 40 body scanners are in use at 19 U.S. airports. The number is expected to skyrocket at least in part because of the Christmas Day incident. The Transportation Security Administration this week said it will order 300 more machines.

In the summer, TSA purchased 150 machines from Rapiscan with $25 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds.

 


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