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Disney with T1 - Traveling: From The TSA to the Grapevine

About three years ago, I wrote a very similar post about navigating the Disney Resort with a broken pancreas. However, times have changed, information was left out, and the post was extremely long. 1,171 more words


How Trains Are A Prime Target for Terrorists

by Abigail R. Esman
Special to IPT News
July 26, 2016

On July 18, a young man stormed through a train outside of Wurzburg, Germany. Crying “Allahu Akbar,” (God is greatest) he brandished an axe high into the air, then slashed at the men and women seated around him. 1,192 more words

Counter Jihad Report

The Doomed Dragon

This was my 2015-2016 animatronics project, and it was by far my most ambitious undertaking. And though it didn’t live up to expectations, I learned a great deal from it. 711 more words


North Texas Congressman Reacts To KRLD Investigation Into Security Lapse At DFW Airport

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DALLAS (KRLD) – Congressman John Ratcliffe (R Heath) says the breakdown of Transportation Security Administration screening a year ago is disturbing. 436 more words


Give the jerk politicians who created the @TSA the credit they deserve

Naming anything after a living politician is usually a bad idea, but this summer, we can make an exception.

Now that Americans will be spending much of their vacations waiting in security lines at airports, we should honor the public servants responsible. 77 more words


Security experts have cloned all seven TSA master keys

by John Biggs (@johnbiggs)

Security experts have cloned all seven TSA master keys

Key escrow — the process of keeping a set of keys for yourself “just in case” — has always been the U.S. 290 more words

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