Category Archives: post-9/11 world
Here’s one more person I can’t wait to meet at Netroots. Punk Patriot has been dissecting the hoopla with the best of them for a long time on YouTube. This is a typical example: echoing the frenzied conspiracy theories around … Continue reading
Going on nine years after 9/11 and the no-fly list still has holes in it: The reliance on airlines to check government lists has been a known problem for years. The government has long planned to take over the responsibility … Continue reading
The Obama administration is putting some sense into international air travel screening procedures: For example, if the U.S. has intelligence about a Nigerian man between the ages of 22 and 32 whom officials believe is a threat or a known … Continue reading
Seed bank commercials are right up there with G. Gordon Liddy hawking gold. Ever since the Color of Change campaign began, Faux Noise has grown more and more like a televisual version of AM hate talk radio — right down … Continue reading
Cross-posted at TheNewWearsOff.com today. So this poor schmuck was in the wrong truck when they got pulled over for doing 60 in a 50-mph zone in Goose Creek, South Carolina. Because both men looked Middle Eastern, and because one of … Continue reading
Via Stanley Bing at HuffPo comes news from Business Insider guaranteed to excite your stalker: Twitter has already built a great service to track what people are saying in real-time. But knowing where they’re saying it could be even more … Continue reading
Could it be that slowly, surely, the “Post-9/11 World” meme is passing?