Dear Tolucan Times,
I would like to give credit where credit is due. Greg Crosby wrote an excellent article regarding the TSA controversy that currently rages in this country.
I agree completely with security screenings done at the airports in Israel, and it seems that their agents are trained to ask the right questions and conduct themselves correctly in the process.
There is nothing wrong with profiling. Only in America do we have to consider every possible skin color, and in the long run we are unable to meet the security requirements.
Regarding the cost that would be incurred in the United States as compared to Israel, keep in mind, we have not only more people, we also have more money and, if the money is used wisely, it can result in great things.
S. R. Bullington