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AP

Explosive snow globes? You've got to be kidding, Robyn Burford thought when security inspectors at the Portland, Ore., airport demanded she hand over her two glitter-filled souvenirs. The snow globes might contain explosive nitroglycerin, an offic

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Washington Post

The Transportation Security Administration spent about $30 million on devices that puffed air on travelers to "sniff" them out for explosives residue. Those machines ended up in warehouses, removed from airports, abandoned as impractical. The mass

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Terrence Aym

Ever since the introduction of the terahertz radiation-producing TSA full body scanners, the technology has been under fire. Despite the fact that the terahertz scanners create near-naked images of men, women and children, the public was told to acce

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The Federal Aviation Administration is missing key information on who owns one-third of the 357,000 private and commercial aircraft in the U.S. — a gap the agency fears could be exploited by terrorists and drug traffickers. The records are in such

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The Atlantic via BodyScannerTruth.com

"Does this give us security, without violating something that would be a Fourth Amendment issue? That’s what I did in this situation — seeing this as different from a law-enforcement Fourth Amendment search, for example on the pat-down..."

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Banovac, a former Playboy bunny, told The Oklahoman newspaper she chose to wear her underwear because of an unpleasant experience two weeks ago at airport security. She is often hand-searched because she uses a wheelchair, she said, and she felt viol

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TSA.Gov YouTube

This video explains the seven simple steps to make travelers' security screening as liberty-depriving as possible while doing very little to keep anyone safe.

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Prison Planet

Despite establishment media presiding over another mass hoax claiming Americans were completely happy with invasive airport security measures, contrary to polls showing a majority in opposition, and the national opt out day was a failure,

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NoBlasters.com

On November 21, 2010, author Matt Kernan was allowed to enter the U.S. through an airport security checkpoint without being x-rayed or touched by a TSA officer. This blog post explains how.

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The Atlasphere

The unconstitutionally invasive new airport security measures in the US are not only illegal, but doomed to be ineffective. Thomas Sowell asks why, then, do the powers that be insist on going forward?

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