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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

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A few days ago, we mentioned the sighting of a political celebrity at work on the TSA security crew at Little Rock National Airport.

Readers had already contributed the confirmation, but we nailed down the details in this week's Insider, now on the web. That is former Huckabee press aide (and still Huck bro-in-law) and former high-ranking state Emergency Services official Jim Harris at work on the TSA security detail. He declined to speak with David Koon about his new job. He recently had worked on the Huckabee presidential campaign.

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