One Million Strong


The ACLU says the Transportation Security Administration's terrorist watch list hit one million names sometime over the weekend.  It's hard to see how a list that large could possibly be useful.

According to a recent public chat on the TSA website, nearly seven years after the September 11, 2001 attacks, the government is "in the process" of finally developing a way for innocent people to appeal their inclusion on the list.

CORRECTION:  The watch list is maintained by the Terrorist Screening Center, not by TSA.