Photo: Union Organizer Going After TSA Recruits

When the Transportation Security Administration was created in the wake of 9-11, Americans were assured by our elected masters that it would not unionize. That assurance lasted until we got a president who vowed to take on Big Labor's agenda as his own, and in February of this year, the TSA cleared the way for its screeners to unionize. Allowing screeners to become creatures of Big Labor does nothing to enhance our airport security, but that's of secondary concern to a movement that is dying a slow death.

The Tatler's eyes are everywhere. Today, we spotted the American Federation of Government Employees at Dulles International outside DC, organizing inside the airport. Here's the photo.

The AFGE is an affiliate of the AFL-CIO.