It is no secret that air rage has become a global problem during flight as well as at the airport. In most cases, it is caused by idiots who can not hold their alcohol. Most of them are already loaded when they board the aircraft from drinks they had at an airport bar. So here's what I propose:
Try to get legislation passed where it would be illegal to sell alcohol on airport premises. Bartenders at those airport bars can be so irresponsible about what and how much they serve, since they live largely off of tips. With increasing delays all across the air traffic system, passengers have more time to get drunk. A ban on alcohol sales at the airport would greatly diminish threatening behavior at the airport. Then, when they are onboard, their alcohol consumption would be monitored and/or limited by the inflight crew. I strongly believe this would cut down air rage incidents signifcantly.
What do you think?