On Jan. 4, 2010, when my boss saw my letter to the editor in the New York Times, we had a little chat. It was rare for the federal security director at Chicago O’Hare to sit down with her floor-level Transportation Security Administration officers—it usually presaged a termination—and so I was nervous as I settled in across the desk…
Confessions of an Ex-TSA Agent
Definitely worth the read.
"I quickly discovered I was working for an agency whose morale was among the lowest in the U.S. government. In private, most TSA officers I talked to told me they felt the agency’s day-to-day operations represented an abuse of public trust and funds.”
Shut it down. Just shut it down.
This is why I always “opt-out!” when going through airport security theater. I have no interest in going through a cronyist radiation-porno scanner. Many of my female friends say they are always “selected” for “additional screening” by the perverts in the agency. Makes my blood boil.