Monday, November 24, 2010 13:53 Scandal:
TSA Restricts Scanners To Undermine Protest In Crude PR Stunt
The TSA turned off many of its naked body scanners across the country
today in a hastily crafted PR stunt to mute the national opt out protest
against invasive screening procedures, as Big Sis made a mockery of
airport security measures that Americans were told were imperative to
protect them from terror.
Gropers Prone To Predatory Criminal Behavior News that a TSA employee abducted a woman before sexually assaulting
her is just the latest example of how TSA workers are prone to criminal
and predatory behavior particularly targeting women and children, emphasizing
once again why they are attracted to jobs that allow them to sexually
molest and ogle vulnerable members of society.
Crew Arrested for Reporting Pentagon’s Dirty Laundry More than two dozen people were arrested over
the weekend outside Fort Benning, Georgia, for the crime of protesting
the School of the Americas, otherwise known as the School of Latin American
Dictators and Death Squads.
Sis Wants Behavior Scanners At Sports Events, Malls Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano admitted yesterday
that body scanners would eventually find their way into U.S. public
transportation, trains and boats, but Big Sis is already trialing
technology that goes even further, by forcing Americans to undergo
a behavioral interrogation before they are allowed to enter sports
events, rock concerts and shopping malls.
Matthews Invokes Terror Attack To Blame TSA Resistance Mediaite: Chris Matthews certainly seems
less upset about the new TSA measures than a lot of the folks we’ve
heard from. Instead, he thinks the Right has been “ginning
up” the controversy and that the alternate would be worse,
imagining the reaction “five minutes” after a terrorist
attack if the Obama administration hadn’t set up strict security
Riot Again In London Two police officers were injured as police
held back demonstrators trying to break through their lines. A police
van was attacked, fires started and barricades thrown during clashes