Here, from pilot Patrick Smith in today's Salon, is one of the more sensible columns I've read in a while on the various follies of airport security.
Smith doesn't hammer hard-working and generally decent T.S.A. screeners in general, though as experience has taught me, any organized group of people will contain about 10 percent half-wits, and he's got one in here.
And I couldn't agree more about PBS which, except for some of the Frontline reports, is starting to look and sound an awful lot like ... ugh, network television. And don't get me started on WNYC radio and its prissy daily local output.