Daily Archives: November 15, 2010

Sarah Palin on “Freedom Watch”

Sarah Palin was the first guest on Monday’s Nights “Freedom Watch.”  The show, hosted by Judge Andrew Napolitano, Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst, now airs weeknights at 8 eastern of the Fox Business Network.

After the jump, Gov. Palin’s interview with Judge Napolitano

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Don’t Touch My Junk

The TSA’s new screening procedures, which include the option of either a full-body scan (which essentially shows the TSA agent your naked body) or a pat down (which is more like a feel-up), have caused a lot of controversy.

Enter John Tyner, who, after recording his encounter with the TSA, has become a viral video star.

While going through the new security procedures at the San Diego Airport, Mr. Tyner, who opted for the pat down instead of the full-body screening, responded to a TSA agent’s description of the procedure by saying “if you touch my junk, I’ll have you arrested.”

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Letter From the Administrator

In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve altered the blog a bit by switching to an upgraded theme package.  The text is easier to read, and while the changes are subtle, I think it looks even better than before.

As always, thanks for visiting!

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