Republican Senator Rand Paul has vowed to call attention to the Transportation Security Administration. Paul has released a statement saying, "the American people shouldn't be subjected to harassment, groping and other humiliation simply to board an airplane." The Senator is no stranger to the TSA; agents requested Paul to submit to a hands-on search earlier this year before boarding a flight to D.C. but he refused. So is the TSA necessary? Charlie McGrath, founder of WideAwakeNews.Com, sounds off on the issue.
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