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Has the Vaccine Mandate Helped With Airline Travel?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:25 min | Last week

Has the Vaccine Mandate Helped With Airline Travel?

"I'd like to read to you something from last November. We're talking, let's see a half more than a half year ago. Two House Republicans are demanding the Biden administration provide a contingency plan to assure them the upcoming vaccine mandate will not affect air travel this holiday season. House transportation again, this is from last November, beginning of November. House transportation and infrastructure committee ranking member Sam graves, Republican Missouri and representative Garrett graves Republican Louisiana. Sent letters to transportation safety administrator, David Picasso, and FAA administrator Stephen Dickson, demanding the plan as the country, what does that mean demanding the plan? There must be missing a word. As the country looks ahead to the winter holidays. The congressman. Graves wrote that the agencies needed to hand over a plan showing the vaccine mandate will not interfere with holiday air travel given the central role they play in facilitating air travel, especially air traffic controllers, and airport security screeners.

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"faa" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

04:43 min | Last month

"faa" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"It's designed to transport crew and even cargo to the International Space Station. And so NASA has awarded 6 missions to resupply the ISS. And this FAA approval is for reentry operations from 2023 to 2027. All of them with this dream chaser. What an interesting concept. I mean, in a commercial airport, you can look forward to having spacecraft landing. Well, you know, I hope they have some good spotting locations at the airport there and the Huntsville international airport because what a cool thing to see come down. You know, Huntsville has a long history of rocketry. That's where a lot of the army rocket Tessa took place. Von Braun worked in when he first came over here. They've selected a really great, yeah. You got to pick a place, Huntsville, yeah. There's a place to pick for sure. Patrick also noted that I think his last episode we talked about the airline pilots who got locked out of the plane and who ended up crawling through the cockpit window of the 737 to get inside. And as we said in the podcast, you can find the video in the show notes and Patrick says I went to the show notes and I didn't see the video. What gives? Well, I forgot to put that one in the show notes. So it's there now. So if you go to the show notes for episode 7 O two, you'll see the Delta Air Lines pilot crawls through window of Boeing 737 and you'll find the video in that article that's from Liv and let's fly. And finally, Patrick said in the segment on the U.S. Air Force's replacement command and control aircraft, David mentioned that they want four engines with the ability to fly on two. Patrick says, why need two when one will do? So the issue of jet engines having improved in reliability enormously since the 50s and 60s. Back in those days, you had four engines on an airplane, a 7 O 7, four engines on a 747. You had four engines because on a long enough flight, there was a almost surprising chance that you might lose an engine. An engine might have a problem and go out. And if you've got four of them with three, you can continue on. There really isn't or wasn't that much of an issue. If you lose two, okay, now it's time to start to get real, real worried. Now you really want to come down and land. So it's a matter of redundancy to compensate for reliability. So when we come to this air force command and control aircraft, you still want as much reliability as you possibly can. And so does the air force's feels. This is the way I view it, David. You can tell me if I'm incorrect in this, but the air force feels that the more engines, the more margin you have for issues, the more redundant systems you have. And that's kind of their feeling. That characterizes it accurately, David. Especially when our people are shooting at you. With missiles that are heat seekers. Yeah, okay. You want to be able to continue your mission if you get a hit, you know? It's not a matter of failure due to mechanical. It's a manager of being shot at, not to mention the amount of power all of these aircraft, these electronic countermeasure aircraft, et cetera. You need to be generate for all of their signals intelligence and all of their communication equipment. There's a lot of electricity that needs to be generated. And the more the more engines the better, and if you lose one, you know, if you have all of that power out of one engine, all of that electrical stuff running out of one engine out of four, you specifically lose that engine, you basically lose the whole mission. So right, max, it is redundancy, but there is an in depth more of survivability than it is more redundancy. Fascinating. Yeah. So I can see the air force's position. I mean, it makes sense. And of course, there are fewer and fewer four engine planes out there. So fewer and fewer choices. All right, thanks for listening to the airplane geeks podcast. We really, if you've made it this far, we really, really.

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"faa" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

06:55 min | Last month

"faa" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"I love it. What's up with the geeks? David, it turns out that, well, you mentioned you've been to the air show, at Dover, right? Yeah, I actually went yesterday. I ditched the museum for a day to go to thunder over Dover, which is at Dover Air Force Base. I got the privilege of taking my partner to her very first air show, which is always a really fun thing, what was nice was we had clear blue kavu skies, fortunately, it's not often you get to take to somebody to their first air show and have on the flight line both the thunderbirds and the blue angels sitting there. So I finally got to see the blues in super hornets for the first time. We left midway through the thunderbirds because the thunderbirds were just boring. Wait, wait, wait. Seriously, you left halfway through. David, that's terrible. Why? It's the thunderbirds. You're going to get hate mail. They were supposed to start flying at three 30. They didn't go up until four 15. The blue angels were supposed to be flying at 1 o'clock, they were in the air at one O one, and they landed at one 46 for a 45 minute airshow. So is the routine different this year? No. It's just a lot. With the Super Bowl. With the Super Hornet, it's a lot noisier. Good. I mean, that's not a bad thing, but it's very impressive when the diamond does its burner turn and points all 8 engines at you. You feel it in your chest. And we got to see two high shows, which was really impressive. Dover put on a very interesting heritage flight. They celebrated the 75th anniversary of one of the squadrons by flying a C 17 and a C-47 in formation. That was really kind of cool. The other big deal was yes, folks, I have been in the tanker. The tanker, the tanker for the first time ever, I got to see up close and personal a KC 46 Pegasus. From the New Hampshire Air National Guard and not like me, I actually waited the 20 minutes in line to go up into it. I sat down and will have a picture in the show notes of the 46 and the infamous 3D refueling console. It's located up at the up at the front of the aircraft right behind the cockpit, which was kind of you went in the cockpit door and pretty much you were right on the consoles. There are two side by side consoles for the air refueling system. The virtual air refueling system and satin it down and was given a very interesting instruction on how it works and when you use your 3D glasses and what cameras you can use. It's a very impressive, very complicated system. I can sort of now understand why refueling is challenging in the aircraft. So if we just have a refresher for some people, a previous tankers, the boom operator or whatever was in the back of the aircraft looking out of a looking at a window using their eyeballs, right? Yeah. In the KC one 35, you actually lied prone on your stomach. The KC ten got a little bit bigger and you could sit in a chair. In this case, you're not even in the back of the airplane. Ironically, I talked to quite a few crew members and the boom operator and the biggest complaint about the air refueling system on this is you can't take pictures. So gone are the days of beautiful photographs of aircraft coming up to be refueled because they're not going to be able to do it anymore. And a screenshot just doesn't cut it. So you talk about 3D glasses. That's an aspect of this that I guess I hadn't appreciated. What's going on there? There's a screen that they had dummy set up with a picture of a C 17 that is a screen, and they put on virtual goggles. 3D goggles to view the screen in three dimensions to be able to fly the boom into the refueling aircraft. So they have a 3D projection system that gives the boom operator a vision of the aircraft in the three dimensional virtual reality kind of goggle way, which is kind of impressive. So it's not like a piece of cardboard with one red lens and one in one blue piece. These are like goggles. Actually, they looked like the, if you've been to a modern 3D movie, you don't have red and green glasses anymore. But if you looked at these glasses, they were pretty much those covered glasses that you would wear at a modern 3D movie or in modern 3D IMAX movie. It was a very interesting, it's very pretty aircraft. It still had that new airplane smell considering it was only approximately 18 months old, but yeah, it's definitely a major step up. I didn't go up and look at the cockpit because I didn't care. I've seen cockpits of 7 6 7s before. And what I wanted to see was really the main heart of the system, which is the refueling system. And it's a lot of cameras on the back by that boom. But I'm sure it'll eventually get fixed, fixed out in 200 years from now, there'll be flying these things around silver fueling ships, but it really was a good air show, amber was a bit awestruck, you know, your first air show was kind of always impressive..

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"faa" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

01:49 min | Last month

"faa" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"No, because I'm still in the flight pattern of Philadelphia international. Still, right? Today, tonight, as I was working out in the garden, we still, I still had stuff coming in final. It's not as loud as aggressive as take off, but there are days that I get plenty of aircraft flying overhead. So especially when certain individuals are located in this house and northern Wilmington, the flight pattern gets diverted over my house. So yeah, no, I'm still getting my full of jet noise on a daily basis. Good. Years ago when I was a kid living in Northern Virginia, not too far from dulles, you know, we would get a lot of air traffic overhead and it's like when you live next to the train tracks, you end up tuning out a lot of that, which I did, except for when we heard the Concorde flying overhead, then of course we'd always run outside, try to try to catch a glimpse of that because that was that was pretty unique, but max, did you ever live at the end of a runway over the pattern there? No, I've never been that. I will tell you when I'm in hotels, I always want the side of the building that faces support because I just like to be able to watch and see what goes by. Yes. And that was the best part of staying at the radisson red, the last my last night in London is that it faced teeth. And if it wasn't I had to get up early in the morning, I would have just sat there all night watching the aircraft go back and forth. But this has been great because I'm only a mile off of one 8 and by the time they're over my house and no more than 2000 feet. So I get to see.

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"faa" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

07:49 min | Last month

"faa" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Of domestic service pilots will not increase appreciably without additional training costs or disruptions. Yeah, I see the dots, I guess, but yeah, I'm having trouble connecting them all. And again, maybe I need to be more educated on this, but I do have trouble with it. The other thing that's interesting about that, just in general, is that older pilots tend to take the long haul routes because they're more convenient. But as you age, as we all know, as we try to fight jet lag or sleep deprivation, it's a lot more difficult the older you get. And the long haul pilots job is really a young person's job because you're much more capable of dealing with jet lag and sleep deprivation and the kinds of things that you deal with when you're flying those kinds of flights. But because of the benefit of flying long haul is flying fewer flights and working perhaps fewer days, it's seniority, the way the seniority level works. It turns into a job for the older, more experienced pilots. And so I can see how that would make sense that if you have raised retirement age, the people, the pilots or the higher seniority, would be pulling away from the younger pilots and because they'd be flying domestically. So it could change some of that. I saw you nodding along max when I was talking about that. And it's the trust guy. Did you agree with that? Or it makes total sense to me. And David was about to mention something there. The alpha statement is kind of bizarre because it didn't sound like the airlines were pushing for this ruling. It was sounded like it was coming from Congress and Lindsay Graham. So I'm just curious where the where the airlines fit in. I mean, I don't think they really want to pay someone an additional years and additional training and such. So I don't know why alpha feels that it's the airlines driving this. That's an interesting point. Another thing that comes to my mind is it doesn't seem to make sense to me to say that we should increase the mandatory retirement age because we want more we need more pilots. That shouldn't be the issue. The issue to me, the issue should be, are they equally capable as what we've got now? The age of 65, right? That there's some reason for it being that age. So if you say I want to increase that to 67 or 68 or whatever. I mean, the question should be, are there any reasons why people two years older than that shouldn't be flying? It shouldn't have to do with what games are you trying to play for employment or as training. It seems like a smokescreen to bring up all these other issues. Are they capable? Are people healthier and minds are sharper at older ages than they used to be? Well, then, okay, maybe you talk about increasing the age. Are they getting worse? Are people's mental capacity and ability to pilot an aircraft decreasing? Well, then you ought to reduce the page. But all this other stuff, it's like, I don't know. Is this a lot of manipulation? It seems to me, but yeah, I'd be interested in hearing other perspectives for sure. It seems that individuals or organizations are trying to come up with quick and dirty ways to increase the number of pilots that we have. Last week, you guys talked about the lowering the minimum number of hours from 1500 to 750 hours, which was a ruse over something else. And then we're talking about this. And it's like rather than coming up with a systemic solution. We're trying to come up with some quick and dirty ways to ease a temporary problem. Yes. So I don't know. I'm looking forward to hearing a lot more from people who have the experience, the knowledge, the time and the energy to explore this in more detail. Well, and if I could have the final word on this, I do want to say that old pilots never die. They just fly a higher plane. I love it. Sorry. Oh, yeah, another lawsuit. This is kind of fascinating. This is from the Seattle times by Dominic Kate, the aerospace reporter. Southwest Airlines proposed a ploy to deceive FAA on Boeing 737 max. That's alleged in a legal filing. So this is a pretty strong allegation going on here. Yeah, this is a really interesting wrinkle. There have been so many things to come out of the 7 37 max debacle. And this lawsuit alleges and we certainly have no idea how accurate this is or true this is, but it alleges that at some point in time, southwest asked Boeing, if they could install a new flight control safety alert system on one of their older 7 37s, just one of them, because they wanted to have the same alert system in one of those older aircraft that would be required in the new 7 37 max in the lawsuit alleges that was for the sole purpose of being able to tell the FAA that the alert in the max was not new that it had already been used in older airplanes so that it wouldn't trigger an requirement for additional costly pilot training at Southwest. I mean, this is pretty amazing to think that if this is true that Southwest or some people within southwest might have tried to game the system in a way to reduce their training costs. Again, we have no idea whether this is true or not, but it's an interesting allegation. Somewhere in the story, I think I also read that the contract that Southwest had with Boeing would basically cause a $1 million penalty on each aircraft. There it is. Yep. The clause in the contract stipulating a penalty of $1 million per airplane delivered if it didn't meet the standard that pilots flying the new aircraft wouldn't have to train in a separate flight simulator. So basically Boeing said, hey, or southwest said, if our pilots are going to have to do more flight training, there's a $1 million penalty per airplane. We get the airplanes for less money if we have to do separate training for these airplanes. So it's fascinating, fasting lawsuit. And I think kind of a smoking gun, perhaps, is that flight control safety alert that they wanted it installed on a single older 737 would be removed from that aircraft once the 737 max was certified. So I mean, if that's true, that really does kind of point to what's the true motivation behind this, but it's a class action lawsuit. It's brought on behalf of Southwest passengers who purchased tickets between the time of the first crash of the max and the second. And they're saying that, you know, there was a harm to consumers in terms of price of tickets because of that. So this could go on for some length of time, I guess, but it's something that we'd have to be careful that we don't assume that this is true. Up front..

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FAA to review as parachute stunt triggers Capitol evacuation

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

FAA to review as parachute stunt triggers Capitol evacuation

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Allegiant Airlines Removes Passenger Wearing 'Let's Go Brandon' Mask

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 4 months ago

Allegiant Airlines Removes Passenger Wearing 'Let's Go Brandon' Mask

"Here's the video of the allegiant airlines, we ought to get that guy on the show Derek. We interviewed the other guy that had the let's go Brandon mask on that had to be removed. How about this guy? Now, let's listen carefully, turn it all the way up, Yuri from the very beginning and let's see if we can hear this exchange about a woman from a legion airlines kicking a guy off a plane because he had a face mask with the words, let's go Brandon on it. So I'm going to ask you to put a different. Line. This is the time. The FAA regulation, what's an FAA regulation? Is there an FAA regulation prohibiting the words? Let's go Brandon on a face mask? What the heck country are we living in? I'm sorry. Can you defend this? You want to explain to me why it's normal to kick somebody off an airplane for wearing a face mask. And of course, you know where they think they've got him. She asked him to take the mask off, he said, no, I'd prefer not to, and she said, all right, now you're refusing to comply with our instructions, so we're having you removed. The guy got kicked off the plane, got a refund on his flight. Maybe he's been banned for life from a legion airlines as if everybody would want to fly that crappy airlines anyway.

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Laser strikes against aircraft hit a record in US last year

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Laser strikes against aircraft hit a record in US last year

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Major airlines cancel, change flights to US over 5G dispute

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Major airlines cancel, change flights to US over 5G dispute

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Airline CEOs Warn of 'Catastrophic' 5G Disruption

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Airline CEOs Warn of 'Catastrophic' 5G Disruption

"The U.S. is warning airlines of chaos. As telecoms roll out 5G I do not pretend to understand this story. I do believe, however, and there's a second story from Reuters that the FAA has cleared 45% of the commercial plane fleet after 5G deployed. Well, that would mean 55% were in some sort of danger or risk. I just don't believe that. I don't believe it's a real risk. If it was a real risk, I think you would find far more shouting than there is.

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Airline trade group seeks delay in 5G communications launch

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Airline trade group seeks delay in 5G communications launch

"The the airline airline industry industry seeking seeking the the delay delay of of next next week's week's scheduled scheduled rollout rollout of of five five G. G. wireless wireless service service near near dozens dozens of of major major US US airports airports a a trade trade group group called called airlines airlines for for America America says says the the five five G. G. wireless wireless service service could could interfere interfere with with critical critical systems systems on on planes planes it's it's made made an an emergency emergency filing filing that that the the FCC FCC failed failed to to adequately adequately consider consider the the harm harm that that this this could could do do to to the the industry industry airlines airlines say say pilots pilots won't won't be be able able to to use use radio radio altimeters altimeters devices devices that that measure measure the the height height of of planes planes above above the the ground ground affecting affecting landings landings at at dozens dozens of of airports airports transportation transportation secretary secretary Pete Pete judging judging the the FAA FAA administrator administrator have have written written to to the the top top executives executives at at AT&T AT&T and and Verizon Verizon asking asking they they delayed delayed the the five five G. G. C. C. band band service service near near some some of of the the nation's nation's priority priority airports airports to to allow allow the the FAA FAA more more time time to to study study the the potential potential for for interference interference hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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The U.S. Southern Border Sees Migrants Enter With NO Resistance

The Larry Elder Show

01:57 min | 6 months ago

The U.S. Southern Border Sees Migrants Enter With NO Resistance

"Regarding the borders, this was on Fox News this morning. The thing that jumps off the page to me the most is that wild situation we saw in Del Rio over the summer with all those Haitians who showed up under the bridge you can pull up that video right here. Keep in mind, remember, the FAA had grounded our Fox News drone. So we went up in a Texas DPS helicopter and we were live on the air for about 30 minutes or so trying to show the country. What was happening on the ground in Del Rio and it was just a jaw dropping situation. We were watching thousands of people literally just walking across the dam in the Rio Grande and just showing up in the United States, no resistance whatsoever and then camping out underneath the bridge. We were watching these people just walking in from Mexico, no resistance on either side, and you can see the ground video we shot as well. 15,000 Haitians ended up showing up and camping out underneath that bridge looked like a third world refugee camp at some points and keep in mind DHS secretary of my orcas, he showed up he had a press conference out there and he said he put a message out saying, do not come, your journey will not succeed. You will not be allowed to stay. He then later admitted that more than 10,000 of those migrants were released into the country, pending their future court dates. Another thing that jumped out at the page, if we can pull up this video, this was from August in the city of McAllen. This was when the city literally had to build an emergency tent compound for COVID positive illegal immigrants. The reason they had to do it is because they said the federal government was releasing so many migrants in the city of McAllen, so many of them were testing positive for COVID-19. They just didn't have the infrastructure to house them, and there was a risk of them walking around in public, so they literally had to build this tent compound in the middle of a public park, and they'll do us park to house thousands of these COVID positive, illegal immigrants, keep in mind, the Catholic charity out there had been quietly trying to house COVID positive migrants in hotels without telling local cities, that all blew up when some of them went into a water burger and started coughing on

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"faa" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

07:13 min | 6 months ago

"faa" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"Four minutes. So Judy joined the discusses the truth in 2018, and she said, November 14th was a dame Judy, and that's an important day for you. Yes, it is. It's the anniversary of what I got by PhD. And in my PhD, no matter 14th, 1991. So what's wild is that on November 14th, she called in. I was using a studio in wynwood radio and wynwood, Miami. It's when I start the program. She calls in whatever and she do you remember saying this Judy, you said you said this is harshly and she says American needs revolution. America needs a red bullish. You remember saying that? Judy? This was 2018. Well, since we were seeing all the injury from, you know, they killed my mom. With a flu shot predator she got athe. You know, that's what I'm saying. We know this and now they're given at the same time. And you're giving them live influenza vaccines, and then there's still loaded with the animal virus. SARS is in the fun shot. So we knew we knew the flu shot caused holding. And there are four or 5 coronaviruses in the glue shop. And so we had watched the Ebola gain of function experiment where Tony Fauci killed 21,000 liberians by way of Christian missionaries. In 2014, to cover up, William Thompson's confession of CDC fraud in the MMR autism studies that started in 2001. So we've seen this and we needed a revolution because, you know, Tony Fauci stood next to Obama and everybody remembers the plane with the injured doctor doctor Kent Brantley who got Bugatti bola and almost died. How did the Doctor John is his name engaging the program, save him? Oh, with hydroxychloroquine. Prayer, saline. Get dark light, protect him from malaria from another co infection. That's how he saved him. And they took him to the CDC and called it, oh, a monoclonal antibody from San Diego Regeneron. Sound like they recycled it in 2020. And yeah, you think and it never was what healed him and then senator posey of Florida, I believe he was a senator. Was going to have thousands of pages of documents and was going to prosecute for the MMR crimes for William Thompson. What year? 2014. And you've been covered up Brian hooker dogged him with freedom of information at doctor Brian oaker. And so they lied to these and they he kept since 2001. You know, and they vilified Andy Wakefield and what he showed was the same kind of injury we're seeing now. And now they're just calling it all COVID and they're killing the ones they injured, cremating them, calling it COVID and blaming. I mean, I honestly think that they targeted my Christian husband for his exemption form that said, I'll trust my God given immunity and I have a booster with an oral vaccine called hydroxychloroquine. I'll prove immunity to you with my God given immunity. And I believe they took him in that hospital and killed him. What year was that, Judy? It was a month ago. A few weeks ago my husband died. And they killed him. They killed him. And his genocide, mutagenic. And it's a religious. I mean, he had, we had the peace paper said, no problem, and I was just stunned because he had COPD. And all he needed to do was be treated for the, for the wings for the Santa Anna's the dust. He just couldn't handle it just like he always have a problem with the Thomas fires and everything. And we had a Doctor Who's on our side. He's undercover he's in the ER. He's good. And he said it's okay, Judy. I'll call ahead. No, there's nobody there. It'll be no problem. Undercover. Yeah, he's the only unvaccinated and he fights so many stays in it. He doesn't use his name because he can protect people. He won't give him the shot. He can see the injury. They won't. The doctors here won't show the adverse events. They're just, you know, and I didn't know till I listened. I was on a couple of planes this week. And I didn't know until I listened to Bobby Kennedy's new book, the real Anthony Fauci that you can kill somebody with Remdesivir in three days, and it'll look like comb. So what they tried to do in only got nurses, this doctor, they kept saying no, we kept pulling the order out of the and they were trying to give them her in me as if they took him on Saturday. And by Monday they were saying he's failing. You have to put him on palliative care, basically murder him. And they're murdering people with fentanyl and morphine drips. And I said, I'm not going to do that. And grace of God, I got in that room, walked in there, Lori, doctor Laurie, over here, she found me and she said, don't go. The police are out here. Don't move, don't leave that room. I'm a camel, she calls me. So thank God, I don't need to eat or drink. And I stayed awake the next 40 hours and loved that man right back to life. He was scared to death. He sat up, he ate you waved to his son, he said he was going to come home. Thursday, December 1st, and I woke up in the middle and I fell asleep relaxed enough that he was going to be okay. He was breathing on his own. Woke up in the early morning like four 30 and he's yanking at the thing on his face, which is called a BiPAP machine. They crank the told me. He stopped breathing in the night and they cranked it back to full oxygen. Laura wrote a text that basically said fuck don't kill him. It's too much. You burn lungs out that are already OPD. He'd gotten himself back to the place, so that level of stress or whatever happened in the middle of night and we trust God. So this is unbelieving my husband was supposed to die on December 1st. When I'm believing that I got in there because God wanted to Chicago was right there. That man sat up 8 and was going to go home. His lungs were clear. And he went into A-fib. Atrial fibrillation is you can watch the thing, had a major heart attack. And died later that night. And when I got his clothes, his heart medication was in the closet. They weren't even giving him his authentication. They were starving him. He had they killed him. And I believe they killed him because of his Christian. I'll trust my God for my immunity, and we're gonna call it and we're gonna call it Coke. I'm gonna fight it. I'm gonna fight it. I'm filing criminal charges. And we got enough data to do that. I had to work hard to find pathologists to do an autopsy and I'll prove to you there's not one shred of SARS CoV-2 in that man and that what killed him was deny I love his medication and probably the vaccinated shedding mountain deadly spike protein that deadly virus on him..

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The TRUTH About Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:07 min | 7 months ago

The TRUTH About Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein

"Okay, I want to talk about this Epstein story. FAA accidentally disclosed new flight data on Epstein's private jets. So let me first kind of just frame the whole Jeffrey Epstein story. The Jeffrey Epstein story is one of the most extraordinary, hard to believe, yet most covered up stories of the last 30 or 40 years. You see Jeffrey Epstein was a glitch in the ruling class matrix. Jeffrey Epstein, he was obviously a provider of services for very wealthy and powerful men across the world. Royal family, potential other royal families across the world. Financiers, presidents, you name it, if you wanted to do something despicable, craven. And almost unspeakable on radio or podcasting, Jeffrey Epstein was the facilitator of that.

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Juliette Kayyem Triggered Over Southwest Airlines Pilot Saying 'Let's Go Brandon'

Mark Levin

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Juliette Kayyem Triggered Over Southwest Airlines Pilot Saying 'Let's Go Brandon'

"Juliet cam who's a Harvard professor said that passengers on that flight should file complaints with the federal aviation administration because their ears had to hear something they don't like This Harvard person said if Southwest air doesn't do anything every passenger on that flight has standing to file a complaint with the FAA and they should do so Southwest will then be compelled to investigate or defend the pilot Have fun with that No messing around in the air bright line rule

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FAA referred 37 'unruly' passengers to FBI for criminal review

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

FAA referred 37 'unruly' passengers to FBI for criminal review

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the FAA says it has referred to thirty seven air passengers for criminal prosecution so far this year the Federal Aviation Administration and justice department officials say the process has been developed for the FAA to refer cases to the FBI for possible criminal prosecution of unruly airline passenger behavior the FAA says it has referred thirty seven cases to the FBI since disruptions on flights began to spike in January airlines have reported more than five thousand incidents involving unruly passengers this year more than thirty six hundred of those incidents involved people who refuse to wear face masks as required by federal regulation the association of flight attendants is pushing for a new no fly list for people who assault crew members or other passengers might

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A Boeing test pilot has been indicted in connection with the 737 Max

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

A Boeing test pilot has been indicted in connection with the 737 Max

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a Boeing pilot involved in testing the Max jet is indicted in Texas a federal grand jury in Texas has indicted a Boeing pilot who was involved in testing the seven thirty seven Max jetliner later involved in two deadly crashes the indictment accuses mark a Fortner of giving the Federal Aviation Administration false and incomplete information about the automated flight control system found to have played a role in the crashes prosecutors said because of workers allege the deception the system was not mentioned in key FAA documents pilot manuals or pilot training material supplied to airlines the

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Southwest Airlines Plays the Blame Game for Flight Cancellations

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:10 min | 9 months ago

Southwest Airlines Plays the Blame Game for Flight Cancellations

"This weekend. Southwest airlines has experienced unprecedented disruptions delays and cancellations twenty eight percent of all southwest airlines. Flights on sunday were canceled. An eleven percent delayed so southwest airlines comes out and they blame the weather. They blame air traffic. Control play tape in a statement. Southwest blamed air traffic control issues and bad weather in florida from friday. But the faa said. It's traffic control issues. Were long resolved southwest then released another statement saying after cutting back flights during the pandemic recovering during operational challenges is more difficult and prolonged so they immediately blame air traffic control and weather issues now. Interestingly if you look at the weather map from this last weekend i never knew. Southwest airlines had such incredible frequency of flights through central north and south dakota. They must have had an entire fleet of aarp. It is the cleanest weather map i've ever seen. So southwest airlines had twenty eight percent of all flights canceled american airlines two percent to

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How Biden Created a Crisis at the Southern Border

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:58 min | 10 months ago

How Biden Created a Crisis at the Southern Border

"Country is in is in danger. If you look at the southern border you realize that might charge and not only mine. Many that the left wants open borders which means no country was completely at valid and the naive the lying the foolish who said oh democrats never said that there for open borders and i read that i read that and i heard that i realized that the human condition somewhat pathetic. They didn't say it therefore they're not for it. They're doing it but they didn't say it I see that's what i'm supposed to believe you. How many coming out from haiti in the last week with sixteen founded or something and then the faa bands drones from photographing videoing. What is happening. Are you aware of that. You watch tucker carlson. We certainly aware of it. The government is corrupt. Because it's run by the democrats. And i have no patience intellectually or morally for those who say well republicans are no better really. Republicans are no better. Wow you how long. I heard from people Both parties playing on both parties. Fascinating silliness all. Reflected was the unwillingness of the person who said that to take the stand.

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No Deaths Reported as Small Plane Crashes in Provincetown

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

01:37 min | 10 months ago

No Deaths Reported as Small Plane Crashes in Provincetown

"Okay this happened just a few days. Few days ago Province town plane crash. Victims suffered burns and broken bones from boston twenty-five news actually i think that There was a. I think we have three articles here. And i liked the second one a little bit better so this is From wc be in cape cod or wherever they're from Federal investigators arrived at a wooded area near province town municipal airport friday after a cape air. Flight skit off. The runway crashed the faa said. The twin engine cessna 4:02 went off the end of the runway while attempting to land province town municipal airport around four pm k. A cape said all six passengers and the pilot were taken to a cape cod hospital Let's see an. Ntsb investigator arrived at the scene on friday. The wreckage is expected to be recovered. Saturday and taken to a facility for further examination. The ntsb said the investigator will document the scene and examine the aircraft radar data weather information air traffic control communication airplane maintenance records and the pilots medical records will also be collected Passenger said the plane was attempting land when it ran into trouble. Here's a quote from one of the passengers. I have no idea if the runway was slick. Or not i know it was not slowing down. And he lifted off again and we went through trees and stuff. That's according to autumn. Care mother of two and a geriatric nurse from toledo ohio. Who was with her friend. Heather on the flight

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Rep. Chip Roy Explains Biden's Open Border Harms Both Migrants and Americants

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 10 months ago

Rep. Chip Roy Explains Biden's Open Border Harms Both Migrants and Americants

"Are coming into this country with all kinds of diseases. The CDC just said they expect potentially Measles to become a problem again as a result of people they're bringing in from Afghanistan who weren't properly vetted. Now we have 11,000 Haitians under a bridge in your state with 10,000 more behind them. What the hell is going on here? Mark. Good to be able to show as always. I mean, look, if you set out to harm the United States of America, I don't know how you could do a better job than the bite administration is doing and eight months that they've been in power. And what's amazing is is that they've taken something and they have found a way to actually harm migrants and then harm the bury people in our country that they're supposed to protect at the same time. While pretending it somehow compassionate and we now as you just said, we have 10 or 11,000 people in Del Rio, a $10,000 way Haitians. We have their FAA being told not to allow drones so that we can have new shots being Broadcast around so people can see it. We have 4000 people in a holding facility in McAllen, where the where there's still flowing through. We have an enormous number of people. 1.4 million Mark 1.4 million Who have been apprehended. That's the entire city of Dallas that have been apprehended this year. And of those about half a million, we know have been released. Several 100,000 are known gotta ways we have at least 800,000 people in the United States because of what's been happening and divide administration not only doesn't care It's willful. It's purposeful, and they're doing it in blatant disregard of the constitutional duty to defend the United States of America, they are failing to faithful sleep faithfully execute the laws of the United States. And I believe it's not only impeachable, but that now Governor Abbott in Texas ought to take this into our own hands and do what we need to do to secure the border. The United States

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FAA Says Ground Stop for United Airlines Lifted

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:20 min | 10 months ago

FAA Says Ground Stop for United Airlines Lifted

"This morning this as united airlines has lifted a nationwide ground stop that was due to a systems outage now united was experiencing the system wide outage that prevented boarding at some airports nationally including ding ding ding denver. Dia so you might. You're flying united this morning. Frying those friendly skies who might want to make sure that your flight has not been delayed now. Apparently unites app and website. Were also down for many. They just couldn't access either the app or the website. So what you might want to do once again is just a double check and make sure that your flight is on time and says fortunately the nationwide ground stop has been lifted But just a reminder that it did prevent boarding at some airports nationally including a denver. Now my understanding. Was you know if you had a connecting flight that so many of us do united was doing everything it could to hold those flights At your connecting airports by once again word to the wise just check in with united this morning to make sure that well all systems are go

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How 9/11 Unfolded at Aviation Week

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:23 min | 10 months ago

How 9/11 Unfolded at Aviation Week

"Fran tell us about what you saw that day in new york and how you reacted beautiful tuesday morning and i was at home which was about a mile away from the world trade center. And it's a beautiful day. And i was contemplating playing hooky and conjuring up a medical appointment when i got a call from The new york office. Michael stearns who said turn on your tv a plane has just crashed into the world trade center. Well being a pilot and knowing that that midair alley I assumed it was a small plane that had gone into the world trade center only to discover. Of course it was not. We didn't know what was happening at the time b. then joined forces with the washington bureau on telephone conversation and i was eventually dispatched a downtown but how to get downtown. Because subways have closed down. So i walked about a mile to the world trade center. We're hundreds of people had gathered clear. Jay students from nyu friends and family of those who are in the world trade center trying to find out what had happened but not knowing what had happened. Of course the un no longer a reporter An external force Trying to piece together a story but you. You're a victim as well and i had to battle my own personal fears of terror. We did not know what was happening and The one beautiful thing there with that The clergy with comforting people all types of clergy. It was a beautiful moment where there was a lot of love extended to people who totally panicked so now what started with trying to find out factual information which was few and far between the tv tower had gone down in the tax and We were just piecing together various bits of data that were coming in from all over from local authorities from rescue teams From the military from the faa and from Lower manhattan when there was nothing else to do. We walked back to the office which is about three miles to see the world changing. They were armed. Guards national guardsmen with rifle drawn. Their fighter jets flying overhead. And this was no longer the world we knew. Then we're back to the office. We started scrambling to get The factual

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"faa" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"faa" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"Else is not automatically binding even even some of the language in that little two page opinion that the faa is trying to weaponize whether an exemption is actually required for flight training in a limited category has not been argued yet the case against the airman in the aircraft owner saying you cannot provide instruction in a limited category aircraft because that is compensation or higher and carriage Of a person for compensation are higher. That hasn't been determined. Those cases are yet to be argued yet. The faa is pushing out prematurely. A policy as if there's absolutely clarity on this and there's not and that's a dangerous place for airmen. I mean most airmen just want to be able to get training and and be safe pilots and don't want to be a test case for the faa and frankly the faa can't handle forty thousand legal cases either and so the faa took actions. It didn't have to take and has created additional confusion here for folks and then at every instance they're doubling down and now going after folks who are. Volunteer instructors is a bad sign. And that's why the associations are together and we will not allow this to stand. Glad everyone's taking a stand like you said when's the last time literally every organization in the history of aviation like okay. Now sorry you have overstepped. This is not okay I it's it's wild. And i'm just baffled. I guess is the best word If i know someone from phase listening to this so if you are please come on. I would love to talk to you. I've just on in the background and she she can interject everyone's on i'll be like nope. Sorry no but it's it's just crazy. I hate it for for the experimental for the whole group. That's going on in just really is kind of scary about their future interpretations about evaluation in general aviation in general. What they kinda foresee the future of aviation in the united states and you know the ability to access training and and as often as we want in wherever we want whenever we want to be able to brush up on whatever skills we feel we need as well as i mean. Think about all the other requirements for training. We've got currency We've got if you're going to provide instruction you need to get five hours. Make and model To be able to do that if you think about a variety of proficiency issues. But.

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"faa" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"faa" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"Think of it. If i'm let's say. I'm in the idaho back country right now and i decide. I want to go do some some flying with a local instructor to do some backcountry challenging things and get into some tiny one way in one way outer strips before i attempt to do it on my own. I now have to stop not do it until i get. Fa permission to do so. That's ridiculous you bring up a great point sediment think about that. What if you're the student. You're out night hauliers okay. I've always wanted to do at trent palmer. Does or the fine cowboys or whatever they see on youtube so you go up getting a super cub or carbon carbon cub. Whatever it may be and you want some instruction Is the to say the faa comes meets you the person you're flying the plane and didn't get the lotta. Is the student required. Will the student get in trouble because these instructor and the owner of the airplane didn't get a lotta or is it just gonna be on the operator and owner. It's possible it is possible. We'll see how the faa actually implements this but one of the things that that you'll notice in that notification of policy is that really broad definition that the faa uses for operate so operate means to us to authorize used to allow to us and so all of a sudden when you're talking about.

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"faa" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"faa" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"Beautiful p forty warhawks but one with a limited airworthiness certificate and they are pursuing three cases one was and still is a certificate enforcement action against the cfi. One is a civil monetary penalty action against the aircraft owner and then a third was They issued a cease-and-desist is really rarely used tool to stop the flight instructor from giving instruction in the p forty and the argument for all of these cases was that in a limited category aircraft you cannot provide flight instruction e 'cause that constitutes carrying a person for compensation or higher so all of a sudden they started completing flight instruction with carriage. So that's that's what kicked all this off. Then we subsequently said to the faa wait a second after there was a ruling on the season desist where the judges just basically said in the dc circuit. Court we declined review this this season desist will stand so. This instructor cannot give instruction unlimited category aircraft without an exemption in place which is what the faa argues. You need to make it legal in their eyes and the other two cases are going along to actually argue. All the underlying things of is an exemption really required to do training in a limited category aircraft and so while those things are percolating along we have learned to that. The faa is prosecuting limited. Category instructors including to volunteer instructors. And so with the compensation issue they said. Hey listen even. Though these folks volunteers they got compensated. They're doing flight time in those planes and they are also a engendering goodwill and we are going to call those compensation and also the faa issued a notification of policy that put sweeping sweeping obligations on not only limited category aircraft but the faa said for internal consistency that they were going to have to put some restrictions in place or clarify. They called it. That primary category aircraft out there not primary training to be clear but primary category aircraft of which there are about thirty on the registry have to have an exemption in place to do flight training and then to top that off they said oh in those experimental aircraft every category of experimental amateur built rnd exhibition etc. All those folks need a letter of deviation authority to give or receive training and so what did is. The faa said all of a sudden starting july twelfth and they gave one business. Dave notice you now can't according to the faa get.

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"faa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"faa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"faa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"faa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"faa" Discussed on Discover Drones

Discover Drones

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"faa" Discussed on Discover Drones

"What are typical chart questions on the FAA part? One seven exam so to get familiar with the charts that you will be using on the part one seven exam. I suggest that you go to the FAA computer testing supplements page just type into Google Faa. Computer testing supplements will bring you right to this page. If you haven't already you should download this document right here..

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"faa" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"faa" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That's what the FAA once but it says it's going to need a little something first before you can just fly your drone anytime you want to talk about it as we continue on the bill handle show KFI am six forty live everywhere in the I heart radio app ladies and gentlemen Monica Rick's with news the S. P. to Los Angeles Orange County live on the radio no trouble I'm Monica Rick's live from the K. five twenty four hour news room southern California's Christmas snow storm is left behind inches of snow in the high desert and several feet of it in the mountains page Taylor in Palmdale told NBC for the she made a pile of snow as tellers yourself and then is this in the snow because the major travel delays some drivers from right would were stranded in the cone pass for four and a half hours they finally open that up and so we're very excited and got all the way here and found out that the excitement was over mountain high ski resort and and right would reports I got three feet of new snow in just twenty four hours snow somebody Big Bear got a foot and a half health officials in LA county see people could get sick from taking a dip in the ocean sure it's far from beach weather but health officials say surfers and swimmers could wind up in the flow of all sorts of gone from the rain runoff a statement says storm drains and flood channels are sending bacteria chemicals debris trash and other hazards such as human waste into the ocean the department recommend staying away from any part of the beach where rain water flows in the ocean advisory is in effect until Sunday antrum on the back KFI news right to buy some likes energy camp Pendleton has been approved to get more than a hundred twenty eight million dollars for upgrades camp Pendleton says the money is vital to ensure the seventy thousand military and civilian personnel can continue to provide marines and sailors modern key services as well as access to the world's best training ranges the funding was recently approved by the president as part of this year's national defense authorization act the bill sets aside forty million dollars for state of the art communication and information center seventy two million for a mess hall and warehouse in eighteen million to replace an ambulatory care center and dental clinic in Orange County court in Carson Calif I need to stay gun laws for twenty twenty will raise the age to buy an assault rifle to twenty one and it would tighten restrictions on people with restraining orders or mental health issues get loaded gun store owner Terry McGuire says more laws won't stop mass shootings or gun violence only normal digit imei law abiding citizens care about the law so none of these gun laws are going to change anything other than enter a law abiding person glare says he plans offer free class to we're a gun buyers understand more than eight hundred of the state's gun laws supporters say the laws could help slow down the gun violence epidemic wallet hub has come up with a list of the best places to ring in the new year New York City top the list followed by Denver and Las Vegas A. B. C.'s Terry all bigger says Denver was a surprising choice analysts children's Alesis safety is one reason the mile high city made the cut a little bit more security when it comes to lower do you I related fatalities lower car theft rates celebrations are also cheaper in Denver LA ranks fifth on the list San Francisco with eight Sacramento in Anaheim came in at thirty three and thirty four some Star Wars fans have taken to Twitter to express their outrage over lack of screen time for a character fancy rose Tego played by Asian actress Kelly Marie Tran was only in the rights of sky Walker for a whopping seventy six seconds the whole film clocks in at two hours and twenty two minutes train was the first woman of color to be cast in a significant role in the franchise in twenty seventeens Star Wars the last chat I train and the film's director J. J. Abrams have not commented on the character screen time Star Wars the rise of sky Walker by the way has dominated the Christmas box office the movie had the second best Christmas hall of all time earning thirty two million dollars in one day the number one Christmas day box office total was forty nine million that was for Star Wars the force awakens in twenty fifteen the Tony and Grammy Award winning Broadway composer Jerry Herman has died he wants to Tony's one for hello Dolly and the other for at.

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"faa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:38 min | 3 years ago

"faa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"faa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"faa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The FAA made that statement Sunday following a joint investigation with the aircraft manufacturer, the FAA for their part plans to order airlines to remove and replace the parts. If there aircraft are affected CNBC ads as many as CNBC ads at as many as one hundred forty parts.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"faa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The FAA made that statement Sunday following a joint investigation with the aircraft manufacturer, the FAA for their part plants oughta airlines to remove and replace the parts their aircraft are affected CNBC ads as many as CNBC ad set as many as.

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KNST AM 790

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"faa" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The FAA. I'm Pam poo sale. Fox News commercial flights could be risk as tensions simmer between the US and do Ron the warning to commercial airliners flying over the wider. Persian Gulf is a grim reminder that thirty years ago. The US Vinson missed took an Iranian passenger jet for a war plane, killing all two hundred ninety people aboard the Vinson was protecting commercial ships in the strait of Hormuz when the incident occurred. Fox's Jennifer Griffin. US defense officials say, Iran appears to be realizing the seriousness of the situation, they say, some of the missiles, believed to have been loaded onto at least who ships have been removed overhauling education, democratic presidential candidate and Senator Bernie Sanders making his case in South Carolina seen mostly but not all Republicans in Washington DC, and in state capitals all over this country makes. Savage cuts to public education to combat disparity as an education funding Senator Sanders is proposing new investments in programs that serve high poverty communities, another democratic twenty twenty hopeful Joe Biden is about to rally in Philadelphia. Fox's Brian is there a fitting setting for the former vice president, he was born just two hours away from Philadelphia in Scranton, Pennsylvania? This is, of course, the birthplace of American democracy. And also what he's really doing is sending a message that he is the candidate that could win.

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"faa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"faa" Discussed on KCRW

"The FAA has a credibility problem transportation committee chairman, Peter defazio questions, the FAA's approval of the Macs with a new automated flight control system. How did that concern? How can we have a single point of failure on a modern aircraft acting FAA chief, Daniel L will denies there was rush to certify them accident says they're also won't be one for Boeing software fix the seven three seven max will return to service only when the FAA's analysis of the facts and technical data indicate that it's safe to do. So David Schaper NPR news Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says it's up to the courts to resolve the dispute between House Democrats demanding access to President Trump's tax returns and the administration Mnuchin sticking to earlier arguments, demand. And for the tax returns could be used in unintended ways in the future is being done primarily for political reasons, I've said before I think this is a very important issue that has a precedent way beyond anyone president and congress effects, the weaponization of the IRS and could be used against anyone. Telling a Senate panel today, the fight between House Ways and means committee, chair Richard Neal, the administration needs to go to third branch of government. Neil subpoenaed? Six years of Trump's tax returns setting a Friday deadline for the IRS to deliver them despite steady hiring decent wage gains last month consumers slap shut, their wallets, the consumer government showing that retail sales slipped to tens of a percent in April stocks pushed higher today. The Dow up one hundred fifteen points, the NASDAQ rose eighty seven points, this is NPR and this is KCRW. It's Wednesday may fifteenth. Very good evening to you, Larry parole. Here's what's happening at seven oh. Four facial recognition technology is becoming more commonplace in China en Los Angeles. But it's getting pushed back in. In San Francisco. The county's board of supervisors voted yesterday to ban the technology from being used by police and other city agencies. They say because of it innocent people have been wrongly tagged. I think if somebody tells you that any technology can predict crime with ninety nine percent accuracy. They are one hundred percent wall. Dave moss is a senior investigative researcher at the electric frontier foundation, a nonprofit that defends digital privacy, free speech and innovation. And so it's really good that the San Francisco board of supervisors decided to get legislation in place to prevent it from being abused before it just is adopted in spirals out of control board members say they banned it because who provides her Aaron Preston said it draws the line between good policing and a police state. The vote comes after the state assembly approved a proposal last week to prohibit using facial recognition with police body cameras statewide, you'll hear more from Dave moss on press play at many national parks, including all in California. You might run into something you were hoping to leave behind bad air. Here's KCRW. As Gerald sat spin, a new report finds that eighty five percent of the country's national parks have air, that is unhealthy to breath at times from Yosemite to death valley. All nine of California's national parks have varying degrees of air pollution. The report comes from the nonprofit national parks, conservation association. It listed four so-called harm.

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