My TSA Encounter →
Civil disobedience can get you what you want. noblasters: “You don’t need to see his identification.” On November 21, 2010, I was allowed to enter the U.S. through an airport security checkpoint without being x-rayed or touched by a TSA officer. This post explains how. Edit: Minor edits for clarity. I have uploaded the audio and it is available
Life Inc. - Good Graph Friday: Minimum wage is... →
GOP to force vote on NPR defunding - The Hill's... →
So when do certain Evangelical churches and advocacy groups lose their tax-exempt status for when “the bias of their organization [is] exposed”?
Best display of acting, Will Smith →
In a Nov. 8 letter to members, the U.S. Airline Pilots Association, which...– Unions advise pilots to avoid full-body scans - Nextgov
"You Touch My Junk, I'll Have You Arrested" →
This stuff gets a little ACLU Tea Party a marchin’ in my heart.
The Forward’s former editor J.J. Goldberg [said] of Beck:...– “As close as I’ve heard on mainstream television to fascism” | Media Matters for America (via sexartandpolitics)
PRX » Piece » The Cost of War →
For Veteran’s Day, an old report from an old friend, S. Spencer Scott. It is a strange and haunting radio story that leaves you with a lot more questions than answers. If you need those answers, Bill Nemitz wrote this account of the tragic story of Chris and Lavinia Gelinaeu.
City Pages - Kanye in Minneapolis: Hannah Silk... →
Kanye and I have the same favorite album and the same brand and model of computer! OMG.
Young & Wilder | It’s Wrong
Andrew Shirvell fired from job at Michigan... →
You were fired because you suck. It’s stupid it took this long. via Gawker