Column: Body scanners losing interest in passengers
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?
Iceland's volcano eruption caused the biggest disruption in aviation ever. Travelers were stuck at airports for five days. The scanning machines got so tired of seeing the same bodies they started watching ballgames and acting indifferent.
President Obama was urged by the Pentagon to sanction Iran over Iran's nuclear program Tuesday. Iranians don't want to cooperate with Obama. As soon as you take his telephone call he tries to force you to give home loans to people with bad credit.
Mark Twain was honored in Hartford on the centennial of his death Tuesday. For the last 40 years of his life he lived in Hartford to be near his publisher. Then as now it was much easier for comedians to get an advance in person than by mail.
Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahoney ripped Arizona's new law allowing police to question and arrest anyone appearing to be illegal immigrants. The cardinal even likened Arizona to the Third Reich. Now his boss wants to buy vacation property there.
The European Union said Monday that vacation travel is a human right. They say governments must subsidize vacations for poor
people. In America owning a trailer home is a human right, and a tornado takes you wherever it takes you for your vacation.