The 737 Max has been grounded since March following two fatal crashes that killed all 346 people on board. Although Boeing couldn't deliver the 737 Max planes to customers, the company continued to build the jets, albeit at a slightly reduced pace of 42 a month. It now has about 400 completed jets parked in Washington and Texas, waiting to be delivered to airlines around the world. … [Read more...] about Boeing has officially stopped making 737 Max airplanes
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Firearm possession laws vary by state and locality. TSA advises travelers to familiarize themselves with state and local firearm laws for each point of travel prior to departure to ensure that they have the proper gun permits for the states that they are traveling to and from. Airlines may have additional requirements for traveling with firearms and ammunition so travelers should also contact the airline regarding firearm and ammunition carriage policies prior to arriving at the airport. … [Read more...] about Record Number Of Guns Confiscated At BWI, Nationwide In 2019
The best place to start for those who wish to see Mussolini’s legacy is Piazza Venezia, a giant traffic circle in the center of the city anchored by the monument to Italy’s first king Victor Emmanuel II. With the monument, which looks like a cross between a wedding cake and a white typewriter, to your back, look left to see Mussolini’s famous balcony on the side of the Palazzo Venezia, once the embassy to the republic of Venice and now a national museum. It was from this famed stoop that Il Duce, which Mussolini liked to be called, spewed his fascist propaganda to the assembled crowds below. … [Read more...] about Mussolini’s Last Laugh: How Fascist Architecture Still Dominates Rome
From my own conversations with attendees, more than a few of the conservatives at the conference found Cass plausible and Krein a bit pie in the sky. But the “national developmentalism” articulated by Goldman and Krein was the closest thing at the conference to a plausible, positive vision of what national conservatism might look like beyond immigration restriction and an expanded child tax credit. Already, something of the sort is beginning to take shape in the Republican Party. Josh Hawley has made headlines with his attacks on Silicon Valley, and Marco Rubio wants to use the upcoming reauthorization of the Small Business Administration as an opportunity to provide more investment capital to American businesses, particularly in manufacturing. … [Read more...] about What the Hell Is ‘National Conservatism’ Anyway?
Trump’s imagined caravan of mobs storming bridges and pushing down fencing has yet to materialize in the U.S. Yet Pimentel’s worries about the humanitarian consequences of militarizing the border turned out to be more prescient. Late last year, the White House announced two major deals with the Mexican government. The U.S. would give Mexico $4.8 billion in development money — more than ten times what the country typically receives from the U.S. in foreign aid each year. In a separate agreement, the “Remain in Mexico” plan, Mexico agreed to offer temporary residency and work permits to asylum seekers while their cases were processed by U.S. authorities (unaccompanied minors would be allowed to remain in the U.S.). Should it survive court challenges, the plan would mean the long-promised end of “catch and release.” But it would also make asylum seekers’ northbound journey even more perilous, a fact underscored when two Honduran boys, ages … [Read more...] about ‘Come On Down to the Rio Grande Valley. I’ll Show You Around.’