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The TSA and people of privilege, by Sommer Gentry


By Lisa Simeone - Posted on 21 January 2013

It’s become a cliché among those who support the TSA’s unprecedented intrusions into and under the clothing of innocent travelers: “Flying is a privilege, not a right.”

This cliché is contradicted by numerous court rulings. In Kent v. Dulles (357 US 116), the Supreme Court wrote these words, which appear three times in the decision:

Read the rest at TSA News.

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