All Commentary
Thursday, January 7, 2010

Airports Implementing Changes to Security

“And other seeming contradictions emerged: Susannah Kassmer said she was ordered to take out her musical instrument, a type of bagpipe, from its case and to play it to prove its purpose before being allowed to board a flight from Dusseldorf to Newark. Yet Anthony Aguirre, another traveler, said he was patted down before boarding his flight from O’Hare, but that screeners overlooked a bottle containing a chocolate martini in the back pocket of his loose-fitting pants.” (New York Times, Thursday)

At least they had music and drinks while they waited …

FEE Timely Classic:
Liquid Lies” by Becky Akers