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Norm Mineta resigns. Finally. But P.C. madness still reigns. *** Previous: The curse of Norm Mineta, contd. The curse of Norm Mineta Racial profiling for dollar$
...on the Senate floor: Kathryn Lopez calls Sen. Debbie Stabenow's stand "the anti-photo-op." Caption and photoshop contest over at GOP and College. Reader Eric: "Say what you will about Sen Debbie Stabenow, at least she has the guts to stand in front of a big sign that accurately proclaims her own capabilities. I mean, how... Read More
Last week, I wrote "They are all profilers now"--mocking Democrats for their expedient embrace of profiling to exploit the ports fiasco. This week, I'm sick of conservatives playing the race card to attack skeptics of the ports deal. From my syndicated column today: It's one thing for feckless grievance-mongers on the Left to accuse Americans... Read More
Picture this: You're a retail store clerk. It's the busy Christmas season. A half-dozen men of Middle Eastern/South Asian descent walk into the store. They want to buy between 60-150 disposable cell phones--you know, the kind that can't be traced. The kind that have been used by terrorists as detonators. What do you do? Do... Read More
What's old, underperformin' Norman up to these days? With the continued blessing of George W. Bush, the Dept. of Transportation Secretary is still wasting your money and making us all less safe in the name of political correctness. Using this press release as a take-off point, my latest column takes a closer look at Mineta's... Read More
The man who said this... ...is staying in the Bush administration. Flashbacks: Rich Lowry on Mineta, January 2002: Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta may not necessarily be the least impressive Bush cabinet secretary — there's competition there — but he is certainly the most dangerous. When President Bush the other day said that he would be... Read More
Who needs Norm Mineta? Jonathan O'Keefe sends a link to this new citizens' effort to take individual responsibility for airline security: Check it out.
Department of Transportation Secretary Norm Mineta, who was evacuated as a young boy from San Jose, Calif., to a relocation center in Heart Mountain, Wyoming, has been the Bush Administration's most ardent foe of racial profiling. Read my new New York Post column on him here. Update: 9/11 Commissioner John Lehman agrees with me. According... Read More
Following the lead of anonymous air marshals (see Eric Leonard's KFI news story), some in the blogosphere are piling on Annie Jacobsen. One blogger calls her a "sniveling little twit." Kevin Drum pooh-poohs "Panic in the Skies." Armed Liberal advises Annie to take a "chill pill." And Commissar at Politburo Diktat writes: I respectfully take... Read More
Regarding Annie Jacobsen's intriguing article, I just got word from Dave Adams of the Federal Air Marshals Service (FAM). Adams confirmed that he spoke to Annie Jacobsen, was quoted accurately in her story, and confirmed some of the basic facts outlined in her article (there were 14 Syrians on the flight; they were questioned by... Read More
Investigative journalist Paul Sperry reports on a Customs memo ordering airport immigration inspectors to be on the lookout for Pakistani visitors who might have attended terrorist training camps: In an unusual move, U.S. Customs and Border Protection has ordered inspectors at America's largest airports to examine all travelers of Pakistani descent -- including U.S. citizens... Read More
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