Archives for: November 2010

2010-11-24

Permalink 00:52:35, Categories: Privacy, Right to Travel, Checkpoints, TSA, 214 words   English (EU)

Know Your Rights At The Airport

With National TSA Opt-Out Day upon us, I thought this recent article from the Identity Project was quite appropriate:

I also wanted to bring this blog full circle be referencing the most recent post from John Tyner, the man who prompted this series of TSA blog entries on Roadblock Revelations with his now immortal quote, "if you touch my junk, I'll have you arrested.".

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2010-11-22

Permalink 22:18:50, Categories: Privacy, Right to Travel, Homeland Security?, Checkpoints, TSA, 78 words   English (EU)

The Revolt Against TSA


A transcript of Congressman Ron Paul's TSA update is available here.

Freedom's Phoenix has a comprehensive compilation of recent articles related to TSA abuse here.

Also, Free Talk Live has been covering recent TSA outrages on their radio talk show and in the articles posted to their website.

Only two days left before National TSA Opt-Out Day. For those in the Phoenix, Arizona area, demonstrations are planned for Sky Harbor Airport this Wednesday. Additional information is available here.

2010-11-19

Permalink 21:44:06, Categories: Privacy, Right to Travel, Checkpoints, TSA, 1954 words   English (EU)

Ramblings From A (former) TSA Agent

With National TSA Opt-Out Day quickly approaching, folks may find it enlightening to read the thoughts of a former TSA agent...

(Thanks to Claire Wolfe over at Living Freedom for the link)

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2010-11-18

Permalink 21:06:07, Categories: Privacy, Right to Travel, Homeland Security?, Checkpoints, TSA, 171 words   English (EU)

TSA Opt-Out Day Should Be Only The Beginning

As National TSA Opt-Out Day quickly approaches, the Identity Project over at Papers, Please have some interesting thoughts on what should be done with the TSA.

They rightfully point out that the latest outrage from TSA, as exemplified by this incident, is only the most recent in a long list of outrages. They also point out that while a full-body naked-scan National Opt-Out day is a good start, for real change to take place much more needs to be done.

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2010-11-17

Permalink 22:14:17, Categories: Privacy, Right to Travel, Homeland Security?, Checkpoints, TSA, 126 words   English (EU)

TSA Opt-Out Day

Time to put the TSA on the no-fly list.

On November 24, 2010, the busiest travel day of the year, We Won't Fly is sponsoring National Opt Out Day.

Checkout the links provided above for more information regarding the project along with invaluable information on additional actions you can take to reclaim the skies from the groping hands of bureaucratic busy-bodies.

If you want to reclaim your right to travel unmolested by government goons inside your own country, remember that:

"Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will."

- Frederick Douglass

I opted-out years ago when it became obvious the TSA was out of control. Now that even the main-stream media can't ignore this fact any longer, I'm looking forward to the company.

2010-11-16

Permalink 21:52:12, Categories: Privacy, Right to Travel, Checkpoints, TSA, 261 words   English (EU)

TSA Agents Harass Cancer Survivors At Airport Checkpoints

Just when you thought the arrogance, callousness and depravity of the TSA couldn't get any worse, the agency manages to sink to another all-time low.

As reported in the main-stream media, several news stories show that even recent cancer survivors aren't safe from the groping hands of clueless agents. In fact, due to their medical conditions, such individuals are more likely than members of the general public to be flagged for extra-special TSA attention.

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2010-11-15

Permalink 23:49:20, Categories: Privacy, Right to Travel, Homeland Security?, Checkpoints, TSA, 2400 words   English (EU)

TSA Threatens Lawsuit & $11,000 Fine For Asserting One's Rights

“Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them.” - Fredrick Douglass

And so it begins. Early in the morning on November 13, 2010 at San Diego International Airport, John Tyner peacefully, respectfully and intelligently exercised his right not to be virtually strip searched nor sexually groped by TSA agents as a condition of travel on a common carrier within the boundaries of the United States.

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2010-11-06

Permalink 22:10:31, Categories: Privacy, News, Right to Travel, Homeland Security?, Checkpoints, Immigration, 493 words   English (EU)

Refusing To Answer Questions At The Border

Paul Karl Lukacs is an attorney who travels the world practicing law. In and of itself, this wouldn't be all that newsworthy for the pages of Roadblock Revelations but Mr. Lukacs is definitely an exception. What makes him an exception is his documented encounters with Customs & Border Protection agents while re-entering the United States from abroad.

During these encounters, Mr. Lukacs practices his right to remain silent. His signature statement in defense of this practice appears to be:

“I’m not going to be interrogated as a pre-condition of re-entering my own country”

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Roadblock Revelations

Welcome to Checkpoint USA's blog. Here you'll find general information and discussions regarding growing threats to our right to privacy & travel.

While I refer to court cases along with state and federal law frequently in this blog, nothing written here should be construed as legal advice. I am not an attorney. Rather, I'm someone concerned about the growing disregard for individual rights present at all levels of government.

My conclusions are my own based upon personal experience and research. The law is made purposely complex however and varies significantly from place to place and circumstance to circumstance.

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