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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jerry Chandler
NEW YORK -- In the past nine months, passengers have been kicked off airplanes or detained at airports for uncontrolled coughing, joking about hijacking, breast-feeding a baby, kissing and other amorous activities, cursing at flight attendants who denied them alcohol, failing to get a screaming child buckled in for takeoff, and carrying a sippy cup of water.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES United Airlines grounded all of its flights for two hours yesterday because of a computer malfunction, adding to the woes that fliers are expected to endure this summer.
"Don't believe it's a matter of these people singling you out because there is something wrong with you," says Jerry Chandler, travel news blogger for Cheapflights.com.
Such delays are why every traveler should bring a good book, said Jerry Chandler, North American correspondent for Cheapflights.com, an online travel company.