Today marks the 10th Anniversary of the launch of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
It seems like only yesterday that we could wear our shoes on planes and pack a tube of toothpaste without fear of being tackled by a rotund security officer. But is America any safer for it?
In honor of this milestone, read Legal Editor Jeffrey Rosen’s examination of TSA and the right to privacy in “Nude Breach” from the December 13th, 2010 issue (sub. req.).
In the name of preserving a Christian Europe, Anders Behring Breivik conducted an ideologically inspired terrorist attack against those he believed were Islamist terrorist sympathizers. In many ways, this latest act of religious hatred, carried out in the name of cultural purity, signals the febrile acceptance of Osama bin Laden’s invitation to reignite the medieval holy war between Islam and the Christian West.
Karen J. Greenberg, “The Norway Attacks Reveal the Parallels Between Islamists and Islamophobes”