Thom, Thom, Thom: Wrong again. The TSA is not violating our 4th admendment rights. Let's review: the constitution is to protect the people, all of the people, from the government's taking the actions outlined in any single amendment against the people en masse.
These violations affect the people, all the people, without distinction. You need only be breathing for this to affect you.
The TSA, on the other hand, is working with people who choose to fly from certain airports. They are perfectly aware that they will be checked at the airport when they buy the ticket. In order to avoid this, they can merely not fly. That is it. They are not compelled to fly. There is no mention of a "right to fly without going through security" in the constitution.
Also, there are only about 70 airports that have these body scan and pat downs. Pat downs have been at airports for awhile and wands have too. But if they need the extra layer of security, then the passenger chooses which of the body scan or pat down you want. You are not compelled one way or the other.
When they do do the pat down, it is with the back of their hand, not the front, in sensitive areas.
Finally, trying listening to Bill Press. He gets the pat down every single time due to a health implant. He actually is required to do so, however, he doesn't have a problem with it. It's too quick for him to. If anyone could justify being put out, it would be he.
This isn't any more true than your saying that WWII was fought over religious freedom as I heard you say.
You may be writing a lot of books, but try reading some history or contract law books.
PS: Not everyone can call in to your show. Some areas do not get the show live. Some people actually have to work during those hours.