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"transportation security administration" Discussed on Weird AF News

Weird AF News

04:30 min | 9 hrs ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on Weird AF News

"I nearly covered a story recently where a woman had to be duct tape to her chair because she kept trying to open the door and exit the plane lady. You can't open the door we're flying and they duck taped her to a chair. You need training for this sort of thing so flight attendants or stepping up the game. It looks like in miami alone. The transportation security administration plans to train hundreds of flight attendants this summer and fall and self defense skills. They're restarting the half day. Course that i developed in two thousand and four but that was recently put on hold. Due to the pandemic the skills include how to strike stomp and subdue violent attacker. My favorite verb. And there's stomp we're going to teach you how to stop an unruly passenger. Yes our self defense class includes how to choke out a karen great teaching them basically how to subdue a violent attacker a scenario that these flight attendants say that they hope they never have to encounter amid the return to air travel this year the number of unruly and violent passengers is increasing more than one hundred incidents were reported to the federal aviation administration in the last week alone for a total of more than three thousand six hundred incidents so far this year that is a ton of violent passengers. Now these flight attendants are taught a very specific set of de escalation techniques to handle difficult passengers. Such as sleep these passengers might act up over a a tray table or something to do with their suitcase. That won't fit in the ben and of course there's always the masking regulations. The customers do not like to wear masks on planes and that has led to some stories that i've come across. They say the defiance violence that accompanies. This return to travel is testing. All of these skills. Instructors taught a range of skills from a defensive stance to blows that can be delivered on a would be hijacker. Desperate to commandeer the plane. Ooh they're learning how to take down. A hijacker as well or a terrorist is fascinating. One particular instructor likes to use a mannequin to demonstrate a last resort method of going at an attacker's is. Here's a quote from the instructor. You're going to possibly die on this plane. You need to defend yourself at all. Costs take out. The is teaching them how to just about someone's eyeballs these flight attendants or they're getting tough men much you just give them tasers and bear mace when he can't actually spray bear maize on a plane because that would affect all of us but i think tasers are a good thing to have. Just keep it right under their little hat as a or to. It says here. Most encounters on planes with unruly passengers never rise to the extra level but the federal aviation administration summaries of more than forty onboard incidents in recent months show the brazen descended flight attendants tasked with addressing in one instance. The faa claim that a passenger quote tried to open the cockpit door repeatedly refused to comply with crew members instructions and physically assaulted a flight attendant by striking him in the face and pushing him to the floor. After crew crew members restrain the passenger in plastic handcuffs he freed himself from one of the cuffs and struck the flight attendant in the face a second time and about three quarters of the incidents reported involve passengers violating or repeatedly define the federal requirement to wear a mask when on board a plane. Another common theme is alcohol so much so that many airlines have withheld alcohol service on particular flights. These flight attendants are finding jobs harder than ever and more dangerous than they ever anticipated. Conflicts arising very quickly these days. Everybody's tents so. The training is absolutely necessary hobby. Lobby's one point. Six million dollar epic of gilgamesh tablet has been forfeited. Why does the hobby lobby heaven. Epic of gilgamesh tablet very curious where they would buy. This is an undisputed and their stores are they. Are they selling it. What is how did they get. A hold of an epic of gilgamesh tablet is probably only like two in the world. Like what is what is with these hobby chains in their historic clay tablets..

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on How to Money

How to Money

05:27 min | 2 weeks ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on How to Money

"And the tsa the transportation security administration right right. They're offering huge. I don't even know like you always hear the tsa. But that's like one of those acronyms that you never say the whole thing true. But they're offering this massive sign up bonus as well. they're looking to hire six thousand new airport security screeners and they're offering a one thousand dollar bonus to each one of those individuals that is crazy man dollar bonus i've to two additional anecdotal things to offer here so one of our mutual friends met She was trying to recruit my wife to work at the hospital where she works. She gets a bonus for getting Bring new employees in and they're like super short staffed. So i know. That's the case. And then i was like filling up my gas tank last night. You know they have this gas station. Tv's and there was like an ad for amazon and they're like one thousand dollar signing bonuses for certain jobs at amazon something like it's it's happening all over the place In so yeah if you have been out of the workforce one that there's a lot of demand and then to get one of those bonuses if you can and employers are less likely to be raising wages to attract new hires all that we have seen wage increases to that. But that's another reason why we're seeing so many of these bonuses and as employers are having a difficult time finding workers with experience it turns out that teenagers are stepping up and taking advantage of these labor shortages. This is like the perfect environment to be a teenager low. Some of them have been able to find jobs that pay way more than they would have been able to find like just two years ago right. Yeah whereas like in years past i would see like an eighteen year old with a brand new iphone. I'm just like oh man. You're spoiled but now i see this kids. I've got a phone. That's like four years older than what they got. I'm just like oh man. You probably bought out yourself hard for your money. And then you're sending my summer job right and according to.

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Pipeline Companies Will Have to Report Cyberattacks to the Government

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Pipeline Companies Will Have to Report Cyberattacks to the Government

"The us transportation security administration plans to require pipeline operators to notify when their targets or victims of cyber attacks senior officials at the department of homeland security say a directive expected. This week will also require each company to designate a point person for cybersecurity. One officials said that another future action will require pipeline owners to take concrete steps to secure their assets against attacks. The stepped up enforcement actions come amid a sharp increase in cyber attacks on critical utilities. Like the ransomware attack on colonial pipeline. This

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US Keeps in Place Mask Requirement on Planes, Transit

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

US Keeps in Place Mask Requirement on Planes, Transit

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting the TSA is extending a mask requirements across all transportation networks in the US the transportation security administration is extending a facemask requirement on planes trains and buses through September thirteenth the mandate which went into effect February first was set to expire may eleventh the rule requires people to wear masks at all airports on buses and on trains to prevent the spread of covert nineteen children up to the age of two and people with certain disabilities are exempted from the rule penalties for violating the rule start at two hundred fifty dollars and can go up to fifteen hundred dollars for repeat offenders airlines and their unions had pushed for an extension Mike Crossey out Washington

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US airlines announce upcoming changes

WGN Showcase

02:51 min | 4 months ago

US airlines announce upcoming changes

"The news the other day, and in recent days you've noticed the following American Airlines, claiming that it had as high as an 80% load factor on its flights. Number one. That they're announcing. They're gonna unpardonable the rest of their parked airplanes and that most of them will be back in the air. And may we've seen the story that Delta Airlines as of May one, is no longer going to be blocking the center seat, which means they're gonna be selling up to 100% of the capacity of every one of their flights. We've seen. It was let originally by airlines like Frontier and Spirit, Allegiant, Sun country and Southwest about 70 new routes around the country. And all of a sudden in the last 10 days. Here comes Delta and United American Delta, announcing 36 new routes, American Something like 20 and united 26. I mean, what do they know that we don't know? Of course, for the answer that I go to the man who always knows from Forbes. Dan Reed. How are you, sir? I don't know. Thanks a lot, Dan. This concludes our conversation. We should be your only tip your waitresses. Um, no. Uh Hey, Peter, how you doing? Thanks for having me on Yeah. So I mean, how do you figure all this to do? They really see the numbers started not just two inch up, but to start the climb up. Well, you get into the definitional issue there. What's you know how much they're up? But by how much? Department of Tripped a P ECE Castro Transportation Security Administration tells us that on I believe it was 18 days in March. They cleared 1.4 million or more got over 1.5 million a couple days in their passengers for air travelers through their their airport checkpoints. Well, that's great, considering they were down to, you know. 25,000 day at the at the very trough of the, uh of the event last year, um, and hadn't been over, uh, 100 head bit over a man until just not too many weeks ago. It sounds like they're coming back pretty strong. But then you look at the two year ago numbers and they regularly I mean, almost every day. In fact, only one day in March of 2019 did they not have 2.4 million passengers. Air travelers cleared so they've come back some, but they're still a long ways. They're 40% arm or behind where they were two years ago, which is the First comparable non pandemic affected measuring boy now,

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CDC requires face masks on airlines, public transportation

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

CDC requires face masks on airlines, public transportation

"The centers for disease control and prevention have issued an order requiring those traveling on airplanes and public transportation to wear face masks the order exempts children under the age of two and people with a disability that makes it unsafe to wear a mask the CDC says transportation operators can require a passenger provide medical documentation and travelers will be allowed to remove masks while eating or drinking but otherwise the order makes refusal to wear a mask of violation of federal law enforced by the transportation security administration and other federal state and local authorities in the CDC says some face coverings aren't good enough that list includes face shields bandannas masks with exhalation valves and masks that are too big or otherwise don't fit properly I'm Ben Thomas

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Meanwhile, airline shares increased after the Transportation Security Administration Reported that its screen one million people on Sunday. This is the first time the measure has been above a million since March, Shares of United Airlines gained nearly 4% while American in Southwest Airlines each added just under 1%. At the close of the Dow dropped 408 points and a 20,197 doesn't be. 500 dropped 56 points and the NASDAQ dropped 192 points. Listen for final numbers in the five o'clock news black and schedule your complementary retirement review by posing as on line at the coal away dot com. Good afternoon. Good afternoon. Milwaukee. This is the mark Belling late afternoon Shop on news Talk. 11 30 W For like the first three months of this I kind of thought that there'd be a stimulus deal because I just didn't think that the Democrats had the ability to turn away all that body. It's not in them. I didn't think well. For the last month. I didn't think there'd be a stimulus.

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Pandemic air travel milestone; 1 million passengers screened

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Pandemic air travel milestone; 1 million passengers screened

"More people are traveling again, the say the Transportation Security Administration screen more than a million passengers yesterday and that's the highest number of passengers screamed at, say checkpoints since mid March. That coincides with PSAs highest weekly volume last week since the start of the pandemic Now, when you do travel, you'll notice things are a little bit different. The checkpoint, modifications air there to reduce or eliminate physical contact between passengers and say officers. New credential Author Authentication devices are being installed in many airport checkpoints that enables passengers to insert their ID directly into a card reader, eliminating the need for a screening officer to touch the I D.

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Finally, Airlines are Dropping Change Fees

Business Wars Daily

03:52 min | 11 months ago

Finally, Airlines are Dropping Change Fees

"Wars daily on this September fourth. Happy Friday friends and happy. Labor. Day. Weekend. Labor, day, marks the end of summer for many of us an occasion for one last Hurrah barbecues pool parties in one last long weekend vacation perhaps this year well, most of us are staying home and the airlines have absolutely nothing to celebrate. Passenger levels are down seventy percent from a year ago, according to figures from the Transportation Security Administration looking financial disaster in the face, the airlines are trying to woo travelers back given the safety concerns that's proving difficult. So on Monday, United Airline CEO Scott Kirby took a startling and many would say welcome step here he is in a video announcement. Permanently getting rid of change vs on standard economy and premium tickets for travel within the US. Changes inevitable these days, but it's how we respond to change. That matters most. We hear from customers about where we can improve getting rid of this feat is often offered West and for good reason until now it could set you back two hundred to five hundred dollars to change a flight on one of the Big Three Airlines, United Delta or American sometimes that fee was more than the cost the original ticket simply the existence of that fee put all three airlines at a competitive disadvantage. To Southwest Airlines, which proudly boasts that it has never charge change fees or baggage fees, either which is another story well, now, non of the other airlines will either at least for domestic flights about twenty four hours after Kirby went public. American Airlines and Delta followed suit and canceled their domestic change fees as the Wall Street reports American went even further canceling their change fees for international flights to Canada Mexico, and the. Caribbean. Now, the question is, what will it cost them? US carriers earned close to three billion dollars from changing cancellation fees in two thousand, nineteen according to the US Transportation Department. All three major airlines in hefty amounts of money. American was I with more than eight, hundred, million dollars coming from vs Delta was close behind united took in more than six hundred, million dollars one might imagine that it could be hard for. The airlines to give up these fees after all about fifteen percent of their revenues come from the fact did travelers changed their minds united is burning through about forty million dollars a day and could cut up to thirty six thousand jobs by October first that according to CNBC. So you might think that every possible penny counts but if no one traveling anyway, well, it's

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TSA Preps Passenger Temperature Checks at Some Airports

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

TSA Preps Passenger Temperature Checks at Some Airports

"News if you get on an airplane anytime soon there's a good chance you're going to have to have your temperature taken due to the concerns about the corona virus the Wall Street journal reports the White House is reviewing a plan that would have passengers temperatures checks at around a dozen airports as soon as next week it's not clear which airports that's going to happen yet airlines have been pushing for the transportation security administration to start taking passengers temperatures as part of the effort to keep potentially sick people from boarding

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Pandemic has set the number of air travelers back decades

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Pandemic has set the number of air travelers back decades

"People sheltering in place because of the corona virus has resulted in the number of Americans traveling by plane to drop to a level not seen in more than sixty years the transportation security administration screening just over ninety seven thousand people on Tuesday a drop of ninety five percent from a year ago the trade group airlines for America since the nation averaged about ninety seven thousand airline travelers a day in nineteen fifty four and it could be a while before people resume flying polling firm public opinion strategies since fewer than half of the Americans it surveyed about ten days ago so they will get on a plane within six months of the spread of the virus flattening hi my camp in

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Pandemic has set the number of air travelers back decades

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Pandemic has set the number of air travelers back decades

"The transportation security administration screening just over ninety seven thousand people on Tuesday a drop of ninety five percent from a year ago the trade group airlines for America says the nation averaged about ninety seven thousand airline travelers a day in nineteen fifty four and it could be awhile before people resume flying polling firm public opinion strategies since fewer than half of the Americans it surveyed about ten days ago so they will get on a plane within six months of the spread of the virus flattening hi my camp in

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Pandemic has set the number of air travelers back decades

Jay Talking

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Pandemic has set the number of air travelers back decades

"The steep drop in air travelers passing a milestone fewer than one hundred thousand people went through airport checkpoints on Tuesday the lowest number since the transportation security administration started keeping track that's down ninety five percent from a year ago and could be the smallest number since the nineteen fifties there was no commercial air travel in the U. S. for several days after the terror attacks in September two thousand one but people gradually got back on planes over the following months it could be a slow recovery this time according to outfits that have surveyed people about when they feel safe flying

The Latest: US airport security to allow larger hand gels

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: US airport security to allow larger hand gels

"The transportation security administration's relaxing the three ounce liquid rule when it comes to bringing hand sanitizer into the airport and onto a plane it's allowing up to twelve ounces of hand sanitizer the department of homeland security says it understands the virus outbreak is at the forefront on the minds of travelers but TSA says passengers should expect separate screenings for containers that are larger than the standard size Jackie Quinn Washington

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TSA bans employees from using TikTok to create content for the agency

Daily Tech Headlines

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

TSA bans employees from using TikTok to create content for the agency

"The US Transportation Security Administration announce it stopped allowing employees to create agency content. And the social network. Tick Tock the move came after Senator Chuck Schumer sent a letter Saturday to TSA administrator David Kaczynski citing security concerns on. How the Chinese own tick tock handles user data and location information the agency said it never directed users to talk or posted content directly to the platform but that a small number of employees had used tick Tock on personal devices to create content for. Tsa Social Media Outreach on other platforms.

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Trump Plans To Shift Millions In Federal Disaster Aid To Pay For Detention Beds

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Trump Plans To Shift Millions In Federal Disaster Aid To Pay For Detention Beds

"The the trump trump administration's administration's decision decision to to ship ship millions millions of of disaster disaster aid aid money money to to help help pay pay for for detention detention beds beds has has set set off off an an outcry outcry as as Florida Florida prepares prepares for for her her cage cage orient but imperious Frank or Tonya's reports that the move is also raising questions about president trump's focus on immigration and if it's leaving the US of vulnerable to other threats in addition to taking money from disaster relief the administration is also transferring millions from the Coast Guard transportation security administration in a newly established cyber security agency David look Hannah former trump official in DHS press secretary says the move sends a message about what is important and what is not the department of homeland security which has a all of these various missions to secure the homeland has turned into under president trump the department of border enforcement ministration says it needs flexibility to shift resources where needed a senior official said the money is not being taken from critical missions Franco or down yes NPR news

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Kingston, Kevin Fortino And TSA discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Kingston, Kevin Fortino And TSA discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Docks line cutting has become a serious problem in Kingston cued up drivers are blocking driveways and cross streets trooper Kevin Fortino during the summertime is it's it's a lot out of state that are falling GPS that you know think they're making the right turn and and are quickly you know found to be in the wrong spot and that typically it's easily dealt with but he says they've also seen an increase in aggressive drivers who simply don't want to follow the rules so they're adding extra patrols at peak travel times hoping to keep order August expected to be the busiest travel month ever at sea tac airport como su Romero has more on how to get through security faster the transportation security administration expects more than two million people to pass through sea tac this month alone so every second waiting in a security line counts the TSA's Laurie tankers says they still find water bottles hair gel or hairspray over the three point four ounce limit in carry ons that slows the whole process down not only for you as an individual traveller but everybody behind you because then we have our office are doing the back check for something that you knew you shouldn't bring most likely she says if you're not sure don't bring it and also yogurt peanut butter and jelly are also considered liquids by the

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on WJR 760

"To you by the institute of public policy and social research, Michigan State University and the good, folks. WKNO studios. I'm Arnold wine. Feld interim director for the institute and joined as always by our economist. Dr Charlie Ballard who directs our state of the state survey. Let's dive into some of the topics of the day, Charlie. The federal government shutdown has just ended. And I'm wondering if we are aware or know how the shutdown impacted Michigan in particular. Good news. Is that the shutdown didn't hurt Michigan as much as it hurts? The Washington DC Maryland northern Virginia area, but still we've got several thousand federal employees here in Michigan. Longer lines at airports because of Transportation Security Administration. Folks, calling in sick we've had some federal grants involving some of our universities where part of the grant application process had to be delayed because of this. So. We didn't hit take as much of a bullet is as DC, but still I think it was a a substantial substantial effect, and if there's any good news in this. At least it's over at least for now. And what about hits to the economy in general? Across the country. I know I know it seems as if the. Debacle over air travel. Finally was the tipping point in getting something done. Was there any ripple effects were throughout the economy? Certainly it seemed as if Wall Street was continuing to do it. It's it's roller coaster ride. And really I can't say where I saw that it respond to the other negatively or positively dinner shutdown will it is hard to distinguish since financial markets. Have been pretty volatile really for the last year. Going back quite a ways hard to distinguish how much of an effect that partial government shutdown may have had. But. I think for the longer term it has to be damaging because businesses alike certainty, they like predictability, and now we've shown a federal government that seems really dysfunctional. I mean in recent decades, of course, it's often seemed dysfunctional. But this one was dysfunctional exclamation point. And I think that private markets equity markets that kind of stuff drives them crazy because they just don't know whether they're going to be able to count on a stable policy environment. Now since the last time, we were on new governor has taken off his governor Whitmer, she's made many of her department appointments, and she has a stateless state address coming up, and, but you know, one of the issues that governor Whitmer talked about. During the campaign was education. Yes. And we had a report come out last week which from Michigan State University that showed that Michigan ranks actually after an adjusted for inflation. We actually rank fiftieth in funding for education among the fifty states, and you can't actually get any lower than fiftieth among fifty that's and we see that in education we ours. Our students continue to rank typically in the sort of mid thirties in terms of various measures of educational attainment. We see it with the crumbling infrastructure. We have had in Michigan really for the last several decades an obsession with lower taxes. And I don't think it's too strong to call it an obsession. And I think we we see the results. The results are predictable. We have crumbling infrastructure. We have skyrocketing tuition at universities because as the funding for higher Ed has been cut the colleges have to find some way to pay their bills. We have k through twelve education funding down twenty percent. According to the report by professor, David arson and others. It's not a it's not what I think is a pretty picture, although the the politics of of turning that around and finding enough revenue to do more things it is very difficult rates. And so there's a lot on the governor's played as she approaches that state of the state address education promised to fix the roads, even though just two years ago. The legislature supposedly came up with some methods to do that one of which will impact her budget in the next couple of years by moving six hundred million dollars from the general fund over to roads and taking money away from programs such as education k twelve education, higher education, cities and other important services. So she's got a lot on the on the plate. She made a lot of promises. I think it's going to be very interesting to see exactly what her plans are for funding K twelve education for funding higher education and for fixing the damn roads. Very interesting. Indeed. It's it's a it's a challenge, especially since she still has we we have now divided government Republicans retained control of both houses of the legislature. Although their margins of control are smaller than they than they were before. Hopeful scenario is that there's enough pragmatic folks on both sides of the aisle to get some things done. But I don't think it's going to be easy. No, I don't think it's going to be easy at all. And again with a lot of those issues that are now on her plate. How would you seeing in terms of the economy moving forward are we gonna see slower growth is growth going to be about the same? Because all of that certainly going to have an impact on on the state general fund, which is know again ingested for inflation is about the same as it was forty years ago. So we're trying to fund all of these problems that have continued to grow with about the same bucket of money. We we had about forty years ago. What are you seeing in terms of the next six to twelve or even eighteen months in terms of economic growth? Well, of course, predicting the macro economy is really really a challenge. But there's more talk of it's unquestionable that there's more talk of the possibility of a recession than there was a year or two ago. I've heard some forecasters say that they think it's possible that we could have a recession in twenty nineteen. On the plus side, if we get through to the middle of the summer, this will be the longest economic expansion in American economic history, which is good news. But that history also should give us a warning sign because there are reasons why every previous economic expansion has eventually come to an end. And some of the warning signs are apparent now surging corporate debt volatile financial markets. And then of course, there's the international factors that could adversely affect us, especially Brexit. The slowdown of the Chinese economy. I'm cautiously optimistic that we'll get through twenty nineteen without a recession. Maybe it'll go on for several more years, but that would be a historical. We've never seen anything longer than ten years. If we get to twelve that would be really really amazing. And so we don't know exactly when the next recession will will happen. We do know almost sure that it will happen sooner or later, and when it happens that will create budgetary challenges. And that's why I think it's it's very disappointing that we haven't done more during the expansion of the last decade to fix the roads to repair some of these problems that you, and I were talking about why we've had the money while we've technically had the money. John F Kennedy said the time to fix your roof is when the sun is shining. Correct. So let me ask you just for our listeners a little bit of a clarification here because I always have a little confusion. On this is Muslim other things in my own mind about. Slower growth and recession slower growth is a is a whole lot better than a recession. A recession is an actual downturn. Where things are shrinking and there's a group of economists to meet regularly at the national bureau of economic research, a private think tank, and they look over all sorts of economic indicators. It's not just any one thing. It's employment. It's output and so on and they're the ones who make the call about when we're in a recession recession means actually a contraction a shrinking of the economy, slow growth won't slow growth is what we've had in this expansion, but slow growth is, you know, third year or second year is way better than I it's not as good as fourth year. But and fourth years what we had in the nineties. So we are now approaching a an economic expansion of the same length that we've had now versus the one of the nineties, but growth is only been about half as fast and so. So what might some of those markets be to signal downturn? Would it be for instance, a reduction from one year to the next in auto sales? Well, certainly auto sales are are something that have an effect and especially important effect for Michigan. And we have seen that on sales have been flat and are predicted to continue to be a flat. So that's a sector that's already stopped growing. We are only in an economic expansion now because other things have continued to grow. If the entire economy world, like the auto sector, I think we would be in recession now. Okay. Thank you, Charlie is always your join us against next month on state of the state one will have again, some folks from campus talking about their research and work on issues involving line five the continuing controversy on piping oil and gas under the straits of mackinac again. Then thank you W K R. Doctor Ballard this has been state of the state. This is MSU today on news talk seven sixty WJR. MSU akbar. 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Data Shows Air Travel Safety Not Compromised During Shutdown

WSJ What's News

04:00 min | 2 years ago

Data Shows Air Travel Safety Not Compromised During Shutdown

"Government data shows air travel remain safe during the partial government shutdown although resources or becoming more strained joining me now via Skype from Chicago is Wall Street Journal reporter, Alison cider Allison. Tell us about this data you found that it does support. The president's statements that air traffic control remain safe, despite the partial government shutdown. Yes, what we found is a data shows that serious traffic control deviations. That's when planes are coming in dangerously close to one another in the air on the ground. You haven't really changed from year ago? Even though the government has been shut down for about a month now and air traffic controllers are working without pay. We also found that through actually a four percent drop over sort of a broad range of air, traffic, control, deviate, and that voluntary reports from pilots and controllers of safety incidents are actually down fourteen percents from a year ago. So I think that is somewhat reassuring to people who are concerned that airtrav. Might be less safe right now because so many people working aviation industry are federal workers who are working during the government shutdown that are not being paid. Right. And as you say, our traffic controllers have been coming to work without getting paid. But that is also raising concerns about whether they're feeling overworked or financially strained. What are you hearing from advocates? Yes, what we're hearing from controller set the stress levels have become quite alarming in these people haven't been paid. They're about to miss their second paycheck for a lot of people. That's a real financial strain. The job is already quite stressful. And now some of them are talking about having to take second jobs. We saw some survey data that their union conducted that indicated, you know, as many as fifty people respond to their surveys that they were taking on outside work. Some of those are even fulltime jobs. So in air, traffic controller might be working at Starbucks or driving for Uber, and then showing up in the evening to do their actual job. Which job that requires a lot of intense focus, so it's concerning to the union that people are are having to take on outside. Work. We're also hearing from the union on some this data were seeing on on air safety, and they've questioned the validity of some of the results on voluntary incident reporting saying that you know, the system is just not really functioning. So the pilots and air traffic controllers who would make a report after safety incidents aren't able to do it. So, you know, they've questioned kind of weather that metric what that really shows during a government shutdown, and they've said sort of everyday that the town continues the system as a whole becomes less safe. And what about new hiring? That's something. That's also been stalled amid the shutdown. Ryan, I'm yes, there's an air traffic control Kadhamy, and it's been closed during the shutdown. So people who've recently been higher need to go through training. You know, they're kind of in limbo right now being told just to sit tight in. It's really not clear Reto for some of them. How long they'll be able to do that just not to have any income coming in to be able to really start their work, and that's a huge concern to their traffic controllers almost twenty percents of their existing is retirement eligible. So they really need constant pipeline of new. Controller's coming in. And if there's a big gap it could become a huge problem, especially since they're starting to see uptick in in resignations retirements people just saying I need a job where I get paid. It's people talking about leaving. So there's really facing what they say is a potential staffing crisis to the longer strikes out through the more concern that they're becoming about the system overall. And Allison what about those other shortages at the Transportation Security Administration. That's also been a concern here when it comes to airport in airline security. Yeah. There are a lot of federal workers that are volved it kind of all points in air travel, including people who work the checkpoints, and who scan bags at airports, the transportation security ministration, they are also considered essential. So they're still working, but they're not being paid. So what we seen is sort of a growing number of TSA. Edens the calling inside just can't come in today as he says they're hearing from their poise that they're facing financial imitation. That make it hard for them to come into work.

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The city of angels near the Pacific Ocean. Good morning. Good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory. Welcome to coast to coast AM later tonight, the extermination of witches. Yes. Happy birthday, by the way to Russell from your coast friend wonderland enjoyed the day. Here's what's happening. A Chinese investigation says the scientists behind the birth of two babies whose genes had been edited in hopes of making them resistant to the aids virus acted on his own for personal fame and prophet, and we'll be punished for violating regulations confirming the births the official news agency said that investigators in the southern province of going Dong determined that Dr Hayes young KYW organized and handled funding for the government without outside assistance in violation of national guidelines, the university he worked for shed. He's already been fired. Now, the scientists sparked a global controversy back in November when he announced in a YouTube video that he had successfully used a gene editing technology known as crisper after the embryo genes of twin girls born that month he wanted to alter them. Geez. Well, the US Transportation Security Administration. The TSA were employees are being really told keep working if you can, but you're not going to get paid. Because of this partial government shutdown said that the unscheduled absences among US airport security officers rose to a record ten percent on Sunday as the shutdown reach. Now. It's thirty first day. I was traveling this weekend. I had a chance to talk to several TSA employees. They're still working. They're not getting paid..

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The nation around the world. I'm George Noory, you welcome to coast to coast AM later tonight extermination of witches. Yes. Happy birthday, by the way to Russell from your coast friend wonderland. Enjoy the day. Here's what's happening. A Chinese investigation says the scientists behind the birth of two babies whose genes had been edited in hopes of making them resistant to the aids virus acted on his own for personal fame and profit, and we'll be punished for violating regulations confirming the births the official news agency said that investigators in the southern province of going Dong determined that Dr Hayes Yankari organized and handled funding for the government without outside assistance in violation of national guidelines, the university he worked for shed. He's already been fired. Now, the scientists sparked a global controversy back in November when he announced in a YouTube video that he had successfully used a gene editing technology known as crisper after the embryonic genes of twin girls born that month he wanted to alter them. Geez. Well, the US Transportation Security Administration. The TSA were employees are being really told keep working if you can, but you're not going to get paid. Because of this partial government shutdown said that the unscheduled absences among US airport security officers rose to a record ten percent on Sunday as the shutdown reach. Now. It's thirty first day. I was traveling this weekend. I had a chance to talk to several TSA employees. They're still working. They're not getting paid..

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In general. We talked about that a lot. Yeah. But the wage flooded to me is just a concern that I just hear flooding of just a wall or government shutdown that what happened to the rest of it. These things are happening now. That's why I mean, there's there's a lot of news making around those two topics. That's why that is. I mean, the government is shutdown date twenty four that is true. It is partial government. Now, the gentleman who got the gun across the airplane. They talked about that's a real problem while how do you do you think that's the TSA smaller because we had the partial shutdown guy said I don't hear enough of it in the news to see what's going on. Well, a passenger was able to carry that gun through the Transportation Security Administration screening area and Boorda. Delta Airlines flights from Atlanta Tokyo, January the third. Wow. This according to our statement released just yesterday. Now, the statement the TSA confirmed the news but denied the laps insecurity was related to the ongoing partial government shutdown during the shutdown TSA screeners are working but not receiving pay. Yeah. You got the TSA is not all that effective. The really good at finding fingernail clippers things like that. But when it come there have been many, many many stories where the TSA has missed guns. True true, you, and I have a big difference of opinion on that the TSA makes you feel good. Well that it does. I'm personally glad they're there. Is it a hassle? Everything down. Yeah. I guess I disagree with you. Yes. Some things get through. It's never going to be perfect and right now. Yeah, I'm sure you've got a morale issue. They're not getting paid and their toward handed has the TSA ever stopped a terrorist attack. How do you know, how do you know, they have not how will you ever know that they have not for sure how do you know, they have can you name one one incident? One story. One thing you're talking about something that they've been directly confronted with. How many how many folks do you know that maybe they had in their mind? I think I'm gonna carry this gun on the plane or I'm going to carry this bomb on the plane. What they're really thinking about it. Maybe they've started the process, and then they think twice because of TSA, you will never know you cannot say definitively that TSA's never prevented a terrorist. There's no way you can say now. Well, let.

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"All right. So this is the part of the show where Julie has to find a so there's that moment that's happening because over in spite of the hideous shutdown Shishou that's going on right now. Okay. Mamiya what is your first? So there's that of twenty nineteen I decided that the so there's that of twenty nineteen did not need to be a long drawn out situation. Good. Okay. So wanna make the short I wanna make sweet because I've been as we watched the news nothing really ever good happens now. And I'm finding that the sodas that's harder and harder to find. Well, as we've been in the government shutdown. We have been sort of like like why we were talking last week. I think you said like, you know, what should happen if they shut the government down. Here's what should happen. Which is why don't you have TSA should stop air, traffic controller should stop? And then we'll really see the fabric of this nation because that will be travelers will be grounded planes will not be able to take off people be staff. Ending in more lines. And you know, what the terrorists will fucking come in box cutters, and knives and guns and all their liquids, and they'll be just popping in doing shampoo in the hair and going through the airport, and all of a sudden people wouldn't care about a wall when they couldn't put stinky kids to go see they're stupid, stinky, parents that's right? Well. Something amazing happened. Something amazing happened. I don't know if you manifested it or willed it into the air but crystals it's the crystals that crystals. So. Basically in the third week this third week of the government shutdown. The Transportation Security Administration. The TSA the employs involved in the screening process. Everybody knows basically the. They they have an uptick a three hundred percent uptick in employees calling in sick. Good for the hundred percent calling in sick. It happened. Started in Dallas. I mean three hundred percent times the normal amount. Yes. After the holidays, they get a lot of people calling in sick. Yeah. It's pretty normal that like after the holidays, it's like. Hi janine. Franko I won't be coming into or this week at all sick pick. This giant appendicitis of this jump. So we'll be coming in to touch people. Come and take their liquids and stuff. Okay. All right. This is Mel. A b. Just good. Good tip. Good note. Make sure when you do call in sick, or that your grandmother dies for the fourth time never talked to them directly. All we know. Smell. I like to do Slidell myself. Oh, God slide. I'll look it up or just dial a number, and then you go right to someone's voicemail, and it's like and seen. Since. So there's that. Yeah. Well, basically, my my my thing is that the these Trump wants to go and say that there's people are working for the government say, no we were with you. We need border security. We need this. We need that. We're fine. We're going to accommodate our paychecks. It's cool. We get we live month to month TSA agents, specifically speaking they apparently on the media and make thirty thousand dollars a year. So now, and you can imagine thirty thousand dollars a year spread out over a year. I mean, your paycheck is probably I don't know. What is that in a month? Whatever I wasn't listening looking at my own picture on your T shirt. I was like, okay. I wonder if I still have those sunglasses. So what was the question if in a year, you make thirty thousand dollars? What's your monthly paycheck? It's around. It's a little like like less than three thousand probably twenty five. Okay. Let's say it's twenty twenty five twenty two hundred dollars a month..

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I am a federal employees. So you wouldn't play out of that. I will support and defend the constitution of the United States. I have a customs and border protection officer, and my job is to keep my country safe against all enemies. Foreign and domestic I do that not for the pay or the glamour, but for my family, my friends, my neighbors, and my fellow citizens that bear true, faith and allegiance to the same. We work to make sure that the banking system is safe and sound for all Americans. And that I take this obligation freely. I work for the Transportation Security Administration, and my job is to keep the flying public safe. And that I will well and faithfully discharge into the office. I believe in giving back which I am about to enter I worked for the food and Drug administration. And I am proud to protect the American public. I am proud to work for America. So help me every federal employee takes this oath Goto. They work for us dot org. Five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's mall, W M A L. Washington comes to talk. All right. We're so unprofessional at sterling on Sunday. I was in the middle of telling a story, and by brilliant. Sound engineer? Matthew Santos, the only Ivy league sound engineering American radio. Neither of us was looking at the clock. So my story got cut off. It was pure accident. It wasn't unprofessional just a pure accident. Oh my gosh. We're on K accent, Dan Kearney station in Las Vegas. I'm so proud to be on that station at the heart of the Consumer Electronics Show where they couldn't check people in because they're electronics didn't work unbelievable. All right. Here's the story. I have been very poor. I have been poor as in a hoping that my kids would be invited to a play date that lasted until seven PM. So somebody else would feed them dinner. I had been so poor that I couldn't get to a job interview. Because I couldn't afford the gas. I have been that poor. And what I found about who to ask if you're in trouble who to ask for help. I thought maybe it'd be my democrat friends or my rich, friends or my relatives. Because the way I look at it, especially with relatives. If I have money, it's already their money. I believe in family money any money. I have is already belongs to my relatives. If they need the money or else, you're not a member of the family. You're freaking loser. You're a jerk off. That's how I believe in a five a place that has a carpet you can live in my house until you can find a place of your own. I never would occur to me to turn somebody away. If somebody needs a place to stay for a couple nights or a couple of months for whatever reason, food, clothing and shelter are the necessities of life, and if you've an assessment of life, I will help you or there's no point in being alive. Here's what I found about. Who would help wasn't a relative wasn't people who could afford it. Some did. But here's what I found about who will help you. When you're in trouble. It's if that person has suffered if that person at some point in their life has suffered a health crisis financial crisis and emotional crisis. If they have in some way, live through pain, they will help you. If somebody's got ten million bucks in the Bank, and they've never missed a MasterCard or an American Express payment. They're not going to help you Jared in Virginia. Welcome to sterling on Sunday. Hello jared. Welcome.

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President And Seattle discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

President And Seattle discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"Chill Transportation Security Administration. Officers are still on the job at the nation's airports, despite the ongoing government shutdown. They're considered essential employees. But one local union president's Seattle says many security agents may have to quit and find other work if paychecks don't

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Airports seeing rise in TSA screeners calling off work

Overnight Talk

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Airports seeing rise in TSA screeners calling off work

"To equal. His the TSA says wait times airports may be affected as more of its employees called in sick during the shutdown, but the Transportation Security Administration says so far the delays are well within it standards. In a statement. The TSA says sick outs began over the holidays and are on the rise. But it says the impact has been minimal TSA employees must work without pay during the shutdown as they are considered to be

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"But like who is that consumer right because that how much does that jacket 'cause like, I'm eggs. Mar I was gonna say that's got to be high three figures alot four figures, you know, I don't think that's like young millennial women by that coat or they think they're gonna than they look at it. And the other thing is you know, how long is it going to take them to reproduce it and get it on shelves. All right last quote for all the marbles you already ready. Okay. Quote, we find the passenger acceptance of floppy eared dogs is just better it presents just a little bit less of a concern doesn't scare children who said that emotion. Oh, is it about emotional support animals is that where we're going? It's about the kind of dog that you see in airports bomb-sniffing dogs. Yes. But who's in charge of those TSA? Is that a tie? I don't know. I can give it to sue. Oh. So this week TSA the Transportation Security Administration. They announced that they're going to begin phasing out pointy eared dogs for searching stuff like German shepherds. Yeah. And replace them with only floppy eared dogs like golden retrievers because they say people are just less scared. A floppy eared dogs. I think that that's probably true chicks out. Sure. Because I'm thinking of like Doberman pinschers that can have pointy ears or German shepherds. Or I think that sometimes those dogs juicy more like a thorough -tarian then like a tree. Alert. Yeah. But as a dog person, I got to say, there's no such thing as a bad dog only bad people. I agree with my heart. That's about that is definitely true. I know anyway, that concludes who said that sue your winner. But you get nothing. Now, it's time to in the show as we do every week. We ask our listeners to share with us. The best thing that happened to them all week. We encourage folks to brag we asked folks at the end of twenty eighteen to send us the best parts of their entire year. We got so many of those responses we're gonna air some more of those this week as well. So right now, you're going to hear some best things or the week and some best things a folks last year. Let's take a listen all a Sam it's Maggie and Meghan for Minnesota..

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President Trump, TSA and Cavanaugh discussed on Ben Ferguson

Ben Ferguson

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

President Trump, TSA and Cavanaugh discussed on Ben Ferguson

"Is stressing judicial independence on the second day of the supreme court confirmation hearing, here's correspondent saga megani? Cavanaugh says he Norring public and political pressure is the first Mark of a good judge. But Democrats are worried about his loyalty to President Trump at asked a series of questions about

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Everything we know that if you're a person of a certain, age remember that there was pre-nine, nine eleven and post nine. Eleven and one of the things that was implemented was the Transportation Security. Administration the TSA was started because of, nine eleven and TSA workers have become something of would it all depends on what your opinion is really You think they keep you safe. Or do you think it's a waste, of time well I was gonna say they have become a culturally the butt of jokes they've become The symbol of incompetence you know so on and so forth they failed some serious serious? Tests, but but people say they are necessary because what if a, terrorist wants, to either take over or use a plane, as a missile. Like. They did on nine, eleven well we have talked about the, TSA and how? I just think you know if you if you're not going to screen everybody don't bother okay if you're. Not gonna put everybody to the same exact standard then why bother but it's interesting that the TSA. Is. Now considering eliminating certain, things that you may find at. The airport TSA is considering allowing thousands of passengers to board commercial airplanes across the? United, States without being screened okay so on the surface it sounds absolutely ridiculous. And stupid Well I mean if you're not doing a good job to begin with what's the point because they're they are at least a deterrent you won't have you know some? Guy, wants to blow up a plane you can see a guy, who says, you know I really like to blow up, a plane but. I. Know it probably won't, get past the TSA and I'll you, know I'll get. Thrown in jail well now I could just walk onto a plane with anything I want it'll be a. Lot easier that's kind of stupid but we also know now that there is not a there would. Not. Be a coordinated attack, like there was before nine eleven Ramadorai are gone you don't have to have an attack on the scale of nine eleven because that was unreal right and. It's still hard to believe all these years. Later, but it doesn't mean that somebody could travel bond can't see you could just strap a bond of himself by a ticket and get. Out, playing now now let's let's be clear here they are not saying that it's going, to be you're going to walk into the. Airport, and just, get on the plane they're they're still going to be, standards involved but the smaller, airports are not going to be. As say like. JFK.

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The transportation security administration and amtrak or trying out bombdetection devices in penn station but wnyc's at steven nelson reports the chunky robotic cameras could not be considered state of the art once it's in a box the size of a large guitar eaemp scanning everyone that passes by it the other sits on a tripod and his operated by joystick skinning one person at a time for explosive material the technology has been around since two thousand four spokesperson with the tsa lisa farm stein says it requires wouldbe bombers to walk directly in front of the device they want to turn around and go out they can and find a different entered the department of homeland security is already piloting newer technology and train stations in boston and washington that screen more people at once and don't require someone to sit and monitor them all day talks to renegotiate the north american free trade agreement or nafta are going on this weekend in mexico city wnyc's rebecca you bought our reports one new jersey congressman is pushing for better working standards abroad president donald trump wants the us to pull out of nafta saying it's killing american jobs democratic congressman bill pascrell says leaving the countries biggest trading partners is a bad idea absolutely ridiculous by the pascrell says poor working standards in mexico are hurting the us airways they are hurry for i will workers so he's heading to mexico to push for better wages as part of a new deal pascrell expects bipartisan support from those critical of free trade though so far no local republicans have joined his plea new york city publichousing residents are suing the housing authority for failing to protect their health and safety the lawsuit was filed today in manhattan supreme court attorney jim walton says the court needs to appoint an independent monitor to ensure the agencies following through on heating repairs and led testing the complaints officers not working the chairpersons not working nitrous not working someone's got to fix the city public housing authority he has not responded to requests for comment mayor de blasio will be heading to atlanta this weekend to speak.

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Customs enforcement jumped from nine in 2016 to forty two in 2017 and increase of more than three hundred percent deportation officers were the targets of most attacks federal officers have come under criticism for enforcing president trump's crackdown on undocumented immigrants in particular ice agents are making more arrests in homes workplaces courthouses and in public meanwhile assaults on border patrol agents rose forty five percent ron the ahead of customs and border protection would only speculate that quote people are more resistant there have been no confirmed homicides of onduty border patrol or ice officers in 2017 john bernett npr news us senator chuck schumer once the transportation security administration to speed up plans to equip transit hubs with a new kind of screening device that can detect suicide bombs like the one that exploded in a new york city subway tunnel but a tsa spokesman says the technology is still on the testing phase and not ready for roll out this is npr news news the governor of puerto rico says the army corps of engineers bears responsibility for the long delay in restoring power to the island after hurricane maria as danielle a chesler reports the aim was to restore most of the power grid by christmas but now it might not be until late spring nearly three months after the hurricane repairman still restring cables on the electric great in puerto rico governor rosay yo says in an interview that one reason for the delay is the army corps of engineers got a sluggish start they started late forty more than forty days later than they say they will start at he also called for more manpower in november the head of puerto rico's energy authority resigned amid questions over his awarding of a three hundred million dollar contract to a montanabased energy firm rosay yo says he urges solar power companies to see his territory as an opportunity to develop largescale renewable energy for npr news i'm danielle a chance though insent one a man from soothing australia has been charged with acting as an.

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The band i didn't even though they i gin museums i didn't know they were still make an are they still making bayonets i guess they are they must be put it you know why would you wanna bayonet when you get a bayonet chainsaw you know all right eight four four five hundred forty two forty two we were just talking about the the the fact that the body bug that tsa the transportation security administration but a they base the there one by the department of homeland security so they they occasionally new air point security gay checks to see what they can get throgh latest undercover study but the the dead eighty percent of the contraband zhou eighty percent uh uh uh name bagged i guess here's ago they got through ninety five percent of the contraband so i just have to ask you what what are you think when you go through the the security gates i mean i understand that something has to be done but i don't understand why everybody has the uh it's obsolete i'm sorry i know i know that's a very on pc thank the say my understanding is that in israel they profile you if you're a member of a group that is likely to be a terrorrists the the produces terrorists will be given the third the gray but other people who need many groups that are going shall commit terrorist acts or have no record of committing terrorist acts are not given the third degrade it just seems to me that what the the this this is just a again it's a would genuflecting for political correctness pretending that everybody is equally likely to commit a terrorist act aid for uh the tsa airport security system is is working isn't isn't an effective use of an effort and money eight four four five hundred forty two forty two will take your calls.

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The victims in law enforcement officials authorities say new surveillance video from inside the church uh uh basically walking into the peace and executing his victims vice president rather president job china yesterday and the first lady received a warm welcome complete with honour guards the president became the first us president to be given a state dinner uh uh the palace in the centre of beijing used for centuries by china's ruling dynasty undercover inspectors with the department of homeland security recently tested checkpoints at several ports before a congressional committee in both public and private hearings about their findings they said transportation security administration or tsa agents and trainers their equipment and their procedures named the time back locally nilgun bill control activist says say they're disappointed including one to nil demanding tougher laws is very common sense measures like background checks and employees video surveillance and brick and mortar stores make it to this training for employees uh trump tires and also to make sure they have someone who is under the influence mediation selden tale top lawmakers say the bill goes too far and would interfere with legal gun owners and the illinois senate passed the debt transparency act and reductions in the state's massive bill backlog yesterday controller suzanne him and does it said the bond her office could start making payments 2 billion of that will be spent and group health insurance payments these are folks like dentists who have been waiting often more than two years to get paid for services already rendered an additional two and a half billion.

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Koa news radio i'm gordon deal it's four thirty four and we're back with more of this morning on koa newsradio cutting through the clutter to bring you the people and stories that matter to you killed listening to america's first news this morning with gordon deal mm aboard a thursday july 27 gordon deal with jennifer kushinka some of our top stories and headlines the senate explores a skinny repeal of obamacare trump wants to van transgender soldiers foxconn building a ten billiondollar plant in wisconsin and adding three thousand jobs one dead several hurt when a ride malfunctioned at the ohio state fair facebook quarterly profit of seventy one percent justin bieber accidentally hit a photographer with his pickup truck minor injuries to the proper also the royal family is looking for a senior communications officer you can apply on linked dim in a walmart cashier goes above in beyond that story in about twenty minutes the transportation security administration has announced that its requiring ix larger than a cell phone get xrayed separately when passengers go through airport security the enhanced screening protocols for carryon bags were already being tested at 10 airports but will now be expanded to all airports in the us reaction from in marlow founder and ceo of fight tech consultants in your reaction i'm completely not surprised i mean we're seeing that any an act of it overseas so it's really not surpri making at home does it make sense you know i think that it on one and you can stay promote logistical standpoint that it doesn't permit state amp point it most quite we got smart so what's what's the threat here what are a security officials most concerned about here i think the reality is that devices that caused destruction are being minutes sure i able to go and get about any any structure that we gain and electron x are truly being used in extended at this point it'd be able to enable a few years ago you know we all heard about the hype but you'd be could into the souls of people choose and shoot came off now what we're seeing is that they're going in smaller and smaller away chronic divide so the house on this would be w what some sort of tiny explosive hidden inside a compartment of a.

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"transportation security administration" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"transportation security administration" Discussed on KOMO

"Census bureau website makes the online security private the on a role for the third straight year ditto for the us postal service which increasingly authors postal services online puzzle service gets a green star absolutely the fcc got a green did a great job to lead craig speeds will says six in ten government agencies for failed the arctic scoring even lower than last year's sites like dhs department homeland security receiving a failing grade this year homeland security could not passed the audit for website security so fair commune met many things one is a days hopping kept secure the sites are not be maintained in that area that's one big bucket the department of veterans affairs also fail the on it so did the transportation security administration ask for the top one hundred banks in country i was happy to see my bank that did make the honor all but ota says most major banks failed the audit in the banking has dropped and a half and that is the most significant according to the latest audit sixty five percent of the bank's fail to make the great 24 percent had large data breaches and eight percent were fined for violations regulated by the consumer financial protection bureau rather than list all the companies and agencies that failed its security audit online trust alliance says focusing on those that may the on a roll lets you know who's doing a good job at the same time at the company or agency you deal with online is not on that on a roll you can call them out and hold them accountable at least give it a try that is almost connie thompson inside fifty propel insurance business update bruce failed of your money now the insurance started up.

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