It was a morning air flight last month in Philadelphia, and I was moving through security at the TSA Pre® line, when the alarm sounded. Pulled aside, I was told to send my wallet and glasses through a conveyor. I couldn't reach the belt from where I stood, so I asked the TSA agent nearby … Continue reading Employers are getting richer by hiring workers under the table. Politicians fall for the tired scam of “jobs Americans won’t do.”
A family wedding beckoned and so I am experiencing the joys of the TSA and United Airlines, plus something called "cashless highways" in Southern California. Thoughts on those subjects next Tuesday.