No Homeland Security agents. No taking off my shoes and my belt. No pat downs. No light telling me I can’t get up to stretch. No business prig complaining about babies making sounds. This is the way to travel.
I’m taking my young nephews out West this summer to experience the dramatic natural settings there. South Dakota is our destination this weekend, where our focus on outdoor settings shifted unexpectedly when we discovered the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site just to the north of
The Department of Homeland Security is preparing to force American travelers to show government agents what books they’re reading. Here’s how to protest this totalitarian move.