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TSA Seeks Permission to Conduct “Security Assessments” on Highways

Greasing the skids for airport-style pat downs on the interstate

Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars.com

The TSA is seeking permission from the Office of Management and Budget to conduct “security assessments” on highways as well as at 140 other public transportation hubs, including bus depots and train stations.

The request was buried amidst a deluge of jargon and published in the Federal Register on November 30.

If approved, it would allow the TSA to to “conduct transportation security-related assessments during site visits with security and operating officials of surface transportation entities.”

“Similarly, TSA wants to conduct on-site assessments with public agencies that run buses, rail transit, long-distance rail and less common types of service, such as cable cars, inclined planes, funiculars and automated guide way systems,” reports Government Security News.

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Must need (want) more money.

Caertainly can't be because their airport endeavors has proven successful.

The law cannot make a wicked person virtuous…God’s grace alone can accomplish such a thing.
Ron Paul - The Revolution

Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms. Ron Paul

I Think It's Time

to buy a horse and keep to the back woods.



...TSA=Traveling Sexual Assaults

So we need people to comment to the Federal Register notice

address asking where in the law they get that right and why doesn't congress or don't the states in question have to approve it?

Integrity means having to say things that people don't want to hear & especially to say things that the regime doesnt want to hear -RonPaul

Government intrusion

Not surprising news here, any liberty minded individual should have seen this coming...this is nothing but more government intrusion into people's lives.
So this is what they meant when they said they would "strengthen" the patriot act...back in 2011 during all those debates.
This was their way of "softening" up the target...to make the sheeple conditioned, so when it happens they think they're being protected.
What a royal crock of BS...
This TSA will grow and grow into a monster one day and become very brutal against our children...you will see, unless Rand and his cohorts can get something done. I just don't see anyone else caring enough to put a stop to this crap.
Thank you Rand for what you're trying to do for LIBERTY.

Wow, We saw this coming back before the election....

and here it is.

"Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern." ~~C.S. Lewis
Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15

Such bureaucratic policies and procedures

are not unlike those employed by the KGB of the communist USSR and the GESTAPO of the Hitler's democratic, socialist Germany. Of course, no matter the label, the enforced results were tyranny through public consent. Yes, the top dogs were Stalin and Hitler whose, eventual, arbitrary designs for government were acceded to by millions of abettors, and such is the situation for U.S. governance, today.

As a peaceful resolution to the problem, it would appear best for the U.S. if folks who continue to demand Constitutional governance do just that and those who are opposed to the Constitution and the Bill OF Rights can elect to live by the arbitrary rule of whomever they may select, if, indeed, such a selection is genuinely achieved. So, Constitutionalists would abide the rule of law and others would abide the rule of rulers. No geographical concerns would be necessary because like minded people would gravitate to same regions.

Expand on the subject as necessary. One would expect Constitutinalists to be in support of the above outcome and all others would find it unacceptable. Need we ask, "why"?


That's all this is about---the government political prostitutes who are pimping new jobs with new benefits for new TSA people who will vote for them and do their bidding---all against "We the People".

Never mind our "rights" to privacy or our say-so as to what we think about spending gazillions more taxpayer dollars. Nope...just forget us...dang jerks.

If this gains traction

can someone please let the rest of us know so we can buy stock in the Trapster app? I have a feeling it will suddenly get very popular.

It's an online system for reporting and avoiding speed traps, pull-overs and police in general. In the bigger cities, it's so popular that your 'radar' is nearly always accurate.

what's next

Choke your chicken police?

Ron Paul Was Right

How secure are you on US hiways? 39 K deaths each year.

US Motor Vehicle Accidents - Numbers & Deaths, 1990 - 2009

In just one year, 39,000 deaths occurred on our US highways. This is as reported by the US Census, year 2009. Link above provides breakdown by state. Hundreds of related statistics are include in the table. No explanation given. Perhaps the TSA will stubble upon answers as they investigate unrelated matters.

One of the safest conveyances on our highways & byways is dogsled. Go Greyhound!

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul


Been quite a few bus accidents lately. I guess it all depends on which way the bus tips ;)

From now on I am seriously considering the train. No lights, traffic, wear and tear, fuel, tolls, bathroom breaks, etc.

The only thing is, you are pretty much limited when you arrive.

At least you can move around on a train. Riding trains in Europe was pretty fun and cheap as I recall. You could hang-out outside on the back and have a smoke if need be. Perhaps this has changed now.

I will never forget that I almost accidently boarded a train, not knowing the language, to Moscow OMG The train was something from WWII...no make that WWI !!! I thought this could not possibly be the train to Stuttgart !!

...If I got on that train, there is no way in my mind, then and now, that I would of ever returned. Just seeing the thing and standing next to it, it had the scent and atmosphere of death and suffering :O Can't explain it, but it was really creepy.