Maine has its faults, but this is one of the reasons I love living here: This is how you get coffee at the local airport: The tin-can economy is a great antidote to my gloomy cynicism.
I just had a strange man rub his hands all over my upper body. It was not a physical encounter I had requested. I was checking in at the airport, for a flight to return home from a vacation at the beach. I was wearing
The general idea is that the Denver International Airport is filled with New World Order Illuminati Masonic Satanic symbols.
Referring to the Transportation Security Agency’s “program of naked body scans and bodily invasive patdowns without a warrant” is a bit cumbersome. There’s got to be a name we can call the TSA airport search escalation that’s catchy, quick and evocative of something nasty. What
When the government’s security measures result in a kiss being interpreted as a national emergency, a potential terrorist threat, it’s a sign that the security has gone much too far.
The Homeland Security line of defense amounts to TSA agents who faint at the smell of honey. That’s what happened at the airport in Bakersfield, California yesterday.
When he was campaigning to become President last year, Barack Obama promised to put an end to the politics of fear. However, in his reaction to the failed attack by Abdulmutallab, Obama has fully embraced the politics of fear.
My favorite line from the story, came from the “hero” who had to grapple with a fake bomb: “Anybody who doesn’t stare me in the face, I get a little nervous with.”
Can we please cut the Code Orange, please? Isn’t it time that we all deserved a little Code Aquamarine, or Code Taupe, or Code Periwinkle?
Members of the UK protest group Plane Stupid have struck again, shutting down London’s Stansted airport in protest of government inaction on climate change.