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TSA Confronts The Wrong Senator

January 24, 2012
TSA Confronts The Wrong Senator

We have all been humiliated at the hands of the Transportation Security Administration, but this time the TSA may have to pay a price for stepping over the line. U.S. Sen. Rand Paul is the latest victim. According to AP: “He was stopped briefly by security at the Nashville airport when a scanner found an […]

Female Blogger Threatened With Defamation Suit For Writing About TSA ‘Rape’

September 7, 2011
Female Blogger Threatened With Defamation Suit For Writing About TSA ‘Rape’

Attacking the TSA for its privacy-invasive screening procedures has become a favorite activity for many journalists, especially Matt Drudge. TSA horror stories are often featured prominently on The Drudge Report and he has taken to calling Janet Napolitano, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (of which the TSA is a part) “Big Sis.” Napolitano, […]

Obama Nullifies and Ends US Constitution

June 2, 2011
Obama Nullifies and Ends US Constitution

Sometime in May 2011, the United States Constitution was rendered null and void by then €œPresident€ Barack Hussein Obama. Although it was later accepted that Mr. Obama was ineligible to be President of the United States, due to his not meeting the US Constitution’€™s requirement of €œnatural born citizen,€ (and some speculated this was the […]

Proposed use of instant DNA testing by Homeland Security.

March 4, 2011

By Michael Connelly The use of portable DNA testing devices by the Department of Homeland Security raises several issues with Constitutional implications.

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