Tag Archives: Homeland Security

PINAC founder ‘Not Guilty’

By William R. Toler What is a “real” journalist? According to Miami prosecutors, apparently a “real” journalist is one that doesn’t question the police. And apparently, police and prosecutors don’t think Carlos Miller is a real journalist, as he told … Continue reading

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Former TSA agent convicted for groping agency supervisor

By William R. Toler The Transportation Security Administration, as Lew Rockwell puts it, gets to keep its “monopoly on¬† airport molestation.” Carol Price, a former TSA agent, was found guilty of battery for essentially treating a TSA supervisor the same … Continue reading

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Orwellian World: Part Trois

By William R. Toler Even working in the news industry, I still seem to miss big stories. If it wasn’t for Infowars.com, I never would have seen a story out of my home state about spying streetlights. I was planning … Continue reading

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Homeland insecurity

By William R. Toler On Aug. 1, The Washington Post reported that laptops or other data storage devices may be confiscated by federal officials in the name of border security. According to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection¬†policy regarding border … Continue reading

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