Ben Swann Truth in Media: Last Saturday, Kahler Nygard took a Spirit Airlines flight to Denver to visit with friends. When he departed from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Transportation Security Administration agents patted him down and allowed him to board his flight. Show More Summary
Kahler Nygard, 22, of Minnesota was called off a plane by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) when it landed in Colorado earlier this month. He filmed his unsettling encounter with the agency. "I'm the only one walking off the plane," Nygard states in the first video he posted on Youtube six days ago. Show More Summary
HOUSTON, Texas — The scandal has intensified surrounding Transportation Security Administration (TSA) allowing illegal aliens to fly without sufficient identification and lying about the matter to news outlets and to the American public. Show More Summary
Several people have sent me this story: “TSA ADMITS LYING ABOUT ILLEGAL ALIENS FLYING WITHOUT PROPER ID” Texas — A new letter from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) admits that illegal aliens were being allowed to board planes using Notice to Appear forms they received after entering the U.S. Show More Summary
HOUSTON, Texas -- The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently penned a letter that confirmed what Breitbart Texas Managing Director Brandon Darby reported back in July--the agency was allowing illegal immigrants to board planes using only Notice to Appear forms that they received after entering the U.S. Show More Summary
More flyers using the PreCheck program, which the Transportation Security Administration says "allows low-risk travelers to experience expedited, more efficient security screening." The TSA says nearly half a million people have signed up since last December. CBS News' Jericka Duncan reports.
HOUSTON, Texas -- A new letter from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) admits that illegal aliens were being allowed to board planes using Notice to Appear forms they received after entering the U.S. illegally. The revelation...Show More Summary
God bless Bob Burns. He's the 12-year TSA agent who, last year, decided to create an Instagram account for the Transportation Security Administration. The TSA, as you know, is responsible for keeping all the guns, knives, bombs, rocket launchers, grenades, snakes, Samurai swords, cocaine, and so on and so forth from getting on planes. Show More Summary
There is perhaps no better microcosm of how easily the internet can throw together seemingly disparate images and have them make total sense than the Transportation Security Administration's Instagram account, where photos of confiscated weapons and weed are juxtaposed with snapshots of the adorable dogs that find them. Read more...
Save for a small knife allowance blip back in the Wild Dog Days of March-June 2013, the Transportation Security Administration has long prohibited air travelers from carrying knives on planes. And yes, this includes the butterfly knife,...Show More Summary
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is quick to assure people that its long lines, patdowns and strict rules are necessary for travelers' security. Security expert Billy Rios examined the hardware and software the TSA uses at airports. Show More Summary
As many of you probably know, the Transportation Security Administration is offering rewards totaling $15,000 for the best ideas that speed up the security screening process. Via NBC News: "The Transportation Security AdministrationShow More Summary
A Northern California man who claims to have worked for the Transportation Security Administration was hit with federal child pornography charges after an undercover sting reportedly caught him trying to arrange sex with a mother and her 13-year-old daughter via Craigslist. Read the rest
(Steven Hayward) So the Transportation Security Administration thinks airport checkpoint lines are too slow, and has announced a contest offering up to $15,000 in prizes for ideas to speed up the lines. (I can suggest one word: “Profiling.” You can send the check to me courtesy Power Line, thank you.) But the TSA should have known this was coming, from our pal Remy Munasifi:
Remy enters the Transportation Security Administration's contest seeking helpful hints to improve airport security lines. Let's hope he wins. "Remy's TSA Contest Entry" is the latest from Reason TV. Watch above or click the link below for full text, links, downloadable versions, and more. View this article.
It's easy to forget that the Transportation Security Administration is out for more than just your bottled water. Indeed, every week TSA agents find dozens of firearms, most of them loaded, in travelers' carry-on baggage at airports across the country.
Last week, the Transportation Security Administration began nationwide implementation of a highly anticipated program that reforms the unnecessarily burdensome
Last week, the Transportation Security Administration began nationwide implementation of a program that reforms the burdensome process by which mariners and other
If you’ve ever been randomly plucked out of the ordinary Transportation Security Administration screening line at the airport and ushered through the magical line where you don’t have to take off your shoes or rifle through your bag to pull out laptops and small bottles of liquid, then you know the joy of the PreCheck lane. I hope you … [More]
A throwing star with six folding blades discovered in a passenger’s carry-on bag at the Las Vegas airport. In addition to documenting the day-to-day operations of the Transportation Security Administration, the official TSA Instagram account catalogs the many bizarre weapons and other prohibited items that are seized at U.S. airports. Frequently seized items include loaded […]