Alfonzo Rachel opens his heart and his mind to the words of Derrick Bell and finds “proof that liberals are peddling hate and lies under the guise of tolerance.”
Janet Incompetano’s stormtroopers at the TSA seem to be channeling the Zucker Brothers. When they are not groping a woman’s sanitary napkin, they are letting a guy on a plane with an undeclared Glock pistol in his luggage.
The effectiveness of security at U.S. ports is being questioned after a businessman accidentally travelled on a flight with a loaded handgun in his luggage.
Iranian-American Farid Seif was screened by Trasport Security Administration officials at Houston airport in Texas. His hand luggage was also X-rayed before he took off on his international flight.
It wasn’t until Mr Seif arrived at his hotel several hours later that he realised that he had forgotten to unpack a loaded snub nose Glock pistol from his luggage before he embarked on his journey.
Of course, since he was an Iranian-American, any scrutiny would have been profiling, and we can’t have that! /sarc
Proof positive that security in US airports is politically correct form over function simply to make a show of security in order to establish another public service union to funnel money to the Dhimmicretins while conditioning Americans to get used to Fourth Amendment violations in the name of security.
First the body scanner, watch the TV under security man’s arm.
Now watch the security checkpoint again.
When is “profiling” simply the description of the suspect?
Asra Nomani from The Daily Beast hits the nail on the head with one statement to CNN, which is that the current security situation is set up more to offend everyone equally than to actually catch terrorists. Nomani, herself a Muslim, advocates profiling as the basis of a rational security protocol that looks for the threat and uses resources for that purpose.
According to Israelis, the secret to their successful airport security is not labor-intensive checkpoints, but a screening system that is frowned upon in many other countries: ethnic profiling. Especially since we do it exactly in reverse to demonstrate how fair we are. Even to exempting women in burkas from body scanners and groping below the shoulders. WSJ’s Martin Himel reports.