I enjoy reading Claire Wolfe’s column on freedom and Constitutional issues in S.W.A.T. magazine, and stumbled across this one on backwoodshome.com:
Oppose the porno-scanners. Write a letter but not to Washington.
I have a friend — very non-political — who loves to travel. But even she, who basically trusts government to do the right thing, was nervous about the porno-scanners now being deployed for the benefit of the security industry and peeping Toms in the TSA.
She recommends writing Disneyland or Disneyworld to tell them you cannot come visit while Molest-O-Vision and Government Groping are going on at the airports.
Sounds like a good start, but I’d also write a letter or two to local State representatives, saying the same thing.
And if you do fly, stand up for your rights, and remind the government agents that the Nuremberg Doctrine means that our Constitutional rights are not “irrelevant.”