If you see something, say something

Feature:Opinion | Theo Caldwell

I see something, alright. I see a government that sees too much. I say do not let this stand, and don’t become used to this.

Profiling airline passengers is constitutional and effective

Opinion | Daniel Huff

The Supreme Court ruled in 1996 that profiling in certain instances is constitutional.

The last line of defense

Opinion | David Rittgers

David Rittgers imagines what a letter from TSA head John Pistole to the public would look like.

I'm fed up with the TSA

Opinion | Joseph Phillips

The TSA is invading our privacy and wasting our time.

The terrorists’ challenge: Catch me if you can

Opinion | Jim Zumwalt and Arik Arad

In the aftermath of the failed attempt by the “underwear bomber” on Christmas Day to destroy an airborne commercial aircraft, an honest assessment of aviation security holds good news and bad.

Response to Christmas attack slammed in Senate - THE DAILY CALLER

Politics | Aleksandra Kulczuga

In a second round of hearings on the attempted Christmas day airline bombing, Chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.) opened with a sympathetic defense of National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair’s candidness in last week’s hearing

If the shoe fits

US | Jeff Winkler (admin)

A U.S. judge on Tuesday rejected a request by convicted shoe-bomber Richard Reid to relax special restrictions on his incarceration that include limits on his communications to the outside world