Government Bullies: How Everyday Americans Are Being Harassed, Abused, and Imprisoned by the Feds - Chapter 13 and Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 and Chapter 14 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 13, Rand moves to another government agency he disagrees with, that of the TSA, or Transportation Security Administration. Rand begins his attack by noting that the creation of the TSA, the brain child after 9/11, has gone further to achieve the Islamic terrorist goals of a less free America than almost anything else. He points out their original conception, that of a trained security force, was acceptable, and even desired. But as the agency grew, it grew out of control. He points out that all the TSA attempts to create security, using body scanners, are not supported by other major country's airlines, as they believe these scanners are not useful. Rand blames our use of them on corrupt officials buying the scanners, and then retiring to work as lobbyists for those same companies. The scanners have several...

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