TSA intends to make your life even more miserable
Coast Guard Vice Admiral Peter Neffenger, whom Mr. Obama has nominated to lead the troubled Transportation Security Administration, said he was troubled by the findings of the Homeland Security inspector general, who according to preliminary reports found that screeners missed 67 of the 70 weapons or simulated explosives auditors tried to sneak past them.
That's commonly known as "living in denial." Government agencies are quite familiar with it.
What does all this mean? Taxpayers have spent billions of dollars on the TSA, and it is incapable of doing its job. The TSA believes the only way it can do its job is to spend more and make life more difficult for travellers.
It's long past time to break this bureaucracy up, and put security back in the private sector.