Episode 30

­As millions of travelers embark on their Thanksgiving journeys, the TSA remains mired in controversy. Two Congressmen are calling for ethnic profiling to resume at security checkpoints, a lawsuit has been filed against a manufacturer of body scanners connected to former Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff, and a new report says invasive TSA screening may lead to an increase in highway deaths. Thom talks with David Horowitz, Amie Stepanovich, and Steven Horwitz about the troubled TSA and how it may affect travelers during the Thanksgiving rush. Then, Thom talks to John Feffer about how North Korea's attack on a South Korean island could affect relations around the world. Finally, are social networking sites like Facebook responsible for the demise of the internet? Thom debates with Seton Motley and Aaron Swartz.