Liberty NewsWire Monday, April 30th, 2012
A baby who got through security at Newark Airport without being properly screened Friday triggered an evacuation and set off a round of finger-pointing.
The Transportation Security Administration suggested that airport cops over-reacted to the “low-risk” breach — while the Port Authority complained the feds waited too long to notify them.
Passengers, meanwhile, had to be cleared out of Terminal C and re-screened — and flights were grounded while bomb-sniffing dogs made the rounds." – Joe Kemp for New York Daily News. See complete article immediately below.
TSA & Travel Freedom:
New York Daily News – Newark Airport Terminal Shut After Baby Goes Through Checkpoint Unscreened
Politico – Embattled TSA Takes One Hit After Another
Financial Times – Story of the Week: Privacy Advocates Wary of CISPA
War on Drugs:
Washington Times – FDA May Let Patients Buy Drugs Without Prescriptions
The New York Times – Terrorist Plots, Hatched by the F.B.I.
The New York Times – U.S. Drone Strike Underlines Clash of Interests in Pakistan
The New York Times – Experts Believe Iran Conflict Is Less Likely
The New York Times – Former Israeli Premier Assails Netanyahu on Iran
Chicago Tribune – Iran Hopes for "Successful" Nuclear Talks With U.N.
Washington Examiner – Medicare Slush Fund Shows Obama’s Abuse of Power
Politico – States Could Be in a Bind on Mandate