Authors that match 'tsa'.

Moshe Katsav Israeli Statesman (1945-)

Quotations that match 'tsa'.

Under the Obama administration, TSA has been operating without an administrator for a year and a half. After the president's first two choices failed to meet expectations, a new administrator, John Pistole, was finally approved on Friday. Unfortunately, it will be the fifth administrator in eight years. John Mica
[ Administration Administrator After Approved Been Choices Eight Expectations Failed Fifth Finally First Friday Half John Meet New Obama Obama Operating President Two Under Unfortunately Will Without Year Years]
Increased and better screening for explosives is necessary - and Congress should fund it and TSA should implement it as quickly as possible - however that screening doesn't reduce the risk posed by a trained terrorist with an unconventional weapon. Dave Reichert
[ Better Congress Explosives Fund However Implement Increased Necessary Posed Possible Quickly Reduce Risk Screening Should Terrorist Trained Unconventional Weapon]
When the TSA was established, it was never envisioned that it would become a huge, unwieldy bureaucracy which was soon to grow to 67,000 employees. John Mica
[ Become Bureaucracy Employees Envisioned Established Grow Huge Never Soon Which Would]
I want to take TSA to the next level. John Pistole
[ Level Next Take Want]
Everything TSA does is reactionary - first they ban the box cutters, then of course you have to take your shoes off, then you have to take the liquids out, now we have to be patted down in our private areas because of the diaper bomber. John Mica
[ Areas Ban Because Bomber Box Course Diaper Does Down Everything First Liquids Now Off Our Out Private Reactionary Shoes Take Then Your]
I am not yet ready to be Tsar. I know nothing of the business of ruling. Nicholas II
[ Am Business Know Nothing Ready Ruling Yet]
It would be unwise to say the least, irresponsible of us at the TSA, at the Homeland Security Department not to evolve our technology to match the changing threat environment that we inhabit. Janet Napolitano
[ Changing Department Environment Evolve Homeland Inhabit Irresponsible Least Match Our Say Security Technology Threat Unwise Us Would]
I want to improve TSA's counterterrorism focus through intelligence and cutting edge technology, support the TSA workforce, and strengthen the agency's relationships with stakeholders and the traveling public. All of these priorities are interconnected and are vital to TSA's mission - and I would say, all of our collective mission. John Pistole
[ Agency Collective Counterterrorism Cutting Edge Focus Improve Intelligence Interconnected Mission Our Priorities Public Relationships Say Strengthen Support Technology These Through Traveling Vital Want Workforce Would]
When the TSA was established, it was never envisioned that it would become a huge, unwieldy bureaucracy which was soon to grow to 67,000 employees. As TSA has grown larger, more impersonal, and administratively top-heavy, I believe it is important that airports across the country consider utilizing the opt-out provision provided by law. John Mica
[ Across Airports Become Believe Bureaucracy Consider Country Employees Envisioned Established Grow Grown Huge Impersonal Important Larger Law More Never Provided Provision Soon Utilizing Which Would]
Other countries, such as Israel, successfully employ behavior detection techniques at their airports, but the bloated, ineffective bureaucracy of TSA has produced another security failure for U.S. transportation systems. John Mica
[ Airports Another Behavior Bloated Bureaucracy Countries Detection Employ Failure Ineffective Israel Other Produced Security Successfully Such Systems Techniques Their Transportation]
We've done it in intelligence sharing and certain elements of security. There were parts of the department, in fact, that worked very well in Katrina, like the Coast Guard and TSA. Michael Chertoff
[ Certain Coast Department Done Elements Fact Guard Intelligence Katrina Parts Security Sharing Very Well Were Worked]
Actually, one of the TSA guys showed me the Entertainment Weekly with the poster from the original in it, which also mentioned they were doing a remake. Caught me totally by surprise. Michael Berryman
[ Actually Also Caught Doing Entertainment Guys Mentioned Original Poster Remake Showed Surprise Totally Weekly Were Which]
TSA serves as the operator, administrator and regulator for the nation's transportation security. But in fact, the TSA bureaucracy does all it can to thwart any conversion to a system with more private-sector operations and strong federal oversight and standards. This agency cannot, and should not, do it all. John Mica
[ Administrator Agency Any Bureaucracy Cannot Conversion Does Fact Federal More Nation Operations Operator Oversight Regulator Security Serves Should Standards Strong System Thwart Transportation]
It's not an Israeli model, it's a TSA, screwed-up model. It should actually be the person who's looking at the ticket and talking to the individual. Instead, they've hired people to stand around and observe, which is a bastardization of what should be done. John Mica
[ Actually Around Done Hired Individual Instead Israeli Looking Model Observe Person Screwed-Up Should Stand Talking Ticket Which]
Lotsa people want to hurt me. That's the price you pay for being a big mouth. Bill O'Reilly
[ Being Big Hurt Mouth Pay Price Want]