DrJones Wrote:
Mar 22, 2013 10:36 PM
As usual, Malkin's article is filled with misinformation and incomplete. Not everybody in a country is a "trusted traveler." Rather, certain people willing to pay fees in order to submit to extensive background checks including extensive interviews with U.S. agents, and willing to have extensive personal information loaded into U.S. databases along with databases in their own country can bypass some lines after presenting their passport and allowing themselves to be fingerprinted at an initial kiosk.