Apologies, my fellow TUGgers, for dumping a blog firehose here; I told Mike I'd post links to my earlier TSA-related posts at my blog, but then got bogged down in a writer's block on this post I wrote today, with the above title quoting Bruce Schneier: Be indomitable. Refuse to be terrorized. I think you'll recognize a lot of the themes in it, although my analysis is more general than just TSA. Here are links to other posts I've written since January about the economic and moral consequences of current TSA policies: The TSA's wholesale violation of our civil rights, including economic liberty (written largely as a hook in to the EPIC scanner event in January) Some economics of TSA policies Homeland security: Eroding your human rights without any benefit-cost analysis Civil liberties and economics: More than just free markets I hope you find these posts useful in formulating your own analyses and advocacy, and feel free to pass 'em around if you think they'll be persuasive to any of your AFS friends. Comments welcome, of course.