Last week, Chicago Aviation Commissioner Rosemarie Andolino let us know that full body-scanners are coming to O'Hare sometime in the first half of this year. The kind of body-scanners to be used will cost the Transportation Security Administration $190,000 each.
This article questions why we're spending all this money on new machines, when we could be spending it on greater intelligence weapons to find terrorists before they walk through the airport.
What do you think? Is all this new equipment a waste? Or do we need to do everything and anything to keep bad guys off the planes?