Boeing’s Woes Deeper Than Publicly Known

Such is the sorry state of American journalism that so far only one publication has refused to rely on Boeing and FAA PR statements in reporting about what led to the recent near catastrophic Alaska Airlines disaster at 16,000 feet.

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FAA Smears Lipstick on its 737 MAX Debacle

The media is deceiving the public into believing the FAA ensures the safety of commercial airline travel. In fact, the agency bears considerable responsibility for the recent near catastrophic Alaska Airlines accident.

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The Empty Suits Who Destroyed Boeing

The recent Alaska Airlines near disaster when a chunk of a 737 MAX fuselage became dislodged at 16,000 ft. was decades in the making. One must be awfully naïve to believe that Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun and the FAA have the determination and resolve to turn around what was once America’s most celebrated company.

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On Discovering I’m Smarter Than I Thought

Readers of my blog shouldn’t be surprised by Hertz’s EV debacle, but my late mother would have been shocked that my early skepticism has proven correct.

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The Boeing 737 MAX 9’s Inevitable Disaster

It was never a question as to whether a Boeing 737 MAX 9 would have a disastrous calamity but rather when. So repeatedly warned an employee at the supplier plant that manufactures the fuselages for the aircraft, according to a lawsuit filed last year.

The warnings earned the employee a temporary demotion.

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Lloyd Austin and America’s Leadership Crisis

It’s a wonder how anyone can have confidence in the U.S. government and the leadership of major corporations and universities these days. The institutions that Americans long have trusted and took pride in are fast declining.

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The Billionaire Penny Managing Harvard’s Decline

The appointment of Harvard President Claudine Gay and the university’s disgraceful mismanagement of allegations that she repeatedly plagiarized the works of other scholars makes a lot more sense when one understands the controversial business and political background of Penny Pritzker, who is ultimately responsible for the unfolding debacle.

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The NHTSA Heroes Seeking to Protect 140 Lives

Here’s a real-world morality question: Should automakers be required to spend billions of dollars to potentially protect 140 lives from death and injury? As far as some unsung heroes at the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration are concerned, the answer is an unequivocal yes.

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