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The Dangers of Whole Body Scanners

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Here is a video with G. Edward Griffin about the dangers of whole-body scanners (G. Edward wrote a book about cancer) and Idaho State Legislator Phil Hart who has written legislation to get rid of the machines and to test their safety (if proven safe, then they could only be used as a secondary screening devices).
This video is important because it pinpoints the jurisdiction over the scanners (the States, when health or safety is an issue) and there is a link for Hart’s model legislation.

HB573 – Whole-Body Scanner Legislation

Adds to existing law relating to homeland security to provide for limitations on whole-body imaging; to provide for findings and reporting by the Chief of the Bureau of Homeland Security for the state of Idaho.

Download HB 573 (PDF)

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What If Disney Didn’t Want TSA To Touch Your Child?

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Lynn Swearingen (c) copyright 2010 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

What drives public policy in this Nation is profit. Business cannot tolerate, nay will not tolerate, consumers who say “Thanks, but no thanks.” to a product which they do not support.

Recently Claire Wolfe, a Freedom writer of note, had a blip over at Backwoods Homes concerning a discussion with a pal who thought that TSA screeners were just “Doing their job” for the Homeland. Apparently the conversation actually came up with a valid way to put pressure in a non-aggressive way on TSA to back off from their escalating intrusive policies. By applying pressure to those who rely on air flight to have their product consumed (in this case Disney), each individual can actually have the opportunity to influence a policy in a constructive, versus a combative, manner. More

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