Ordinarily, I'm not one to advocate boarding a flight to London wearing a button that says, "Suspected Terrorist." Nor, ordinarily, would I champion refusing to remove the button and unnerving the pilot and crew to the point they turn the plane around and return to the gate. Nor, under normal circumstances, would I approve of lecturing foreign airline officials about the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, or of insisting one should be able to repeatedly enter planes until some pilot finally agrees to fly with a passenger wearing a "Suspected Terrorist"... More >>>