Questioning Authority: More Fun With Graphics!

by on August 13, 2009 · 2 comments

transparency-reality-checkIn a couple of blog posts on Cato@Liberty recently, I’ve used graphics to illustrate my very good points.

To sass the PR-ey use of to advocate for health care regulation, and make a point or two about transparency, I modified the “Reality Check” image the White House created for their campaign. That was a good time.

But the tour de force is the link that I embedded with a TSA graphic meant to illustrate what they’re doing with Secure Flight. For that one, you have to go look at the post. Read the graphic, enjoy its meaning, then do what it tells you to do.

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