28 February 2017

The election of Donald Trump has roused me from my political slumber, to be sure…

I’m trying to stay informed, and also signed up for the excellent Daily Action alerts, which keeps me plugged in to things I can do every day to make my voice heard.

Today’s alert was in reference to ICE/CBP’s request to see the ID of all passengers on a US domestic flight.

According to the expert cited in that article, it’s highly unlikely that these authorities have a legal right to demand you produce ID under these circumstances.

So today my little action of resistance was to print up a convenient half-page summary of the regulations the expert referred to in that article. Two copies per page, should be small enough to fold up and fit in a wallet, purse, or back pocket.

I’ll be carrying mine around, at least for awhile, to remind myself that I don’t want to live in a police state.


What I’m sharing is for informational purposes only. I’m not an attorney, and did not deeply vet this information, but simply looked up the US codes referenced in the article and made them a bit easier to carry around.