"I signed these bills out of respect for President Xi, China, and the people of Hong Kong," Trump said in a statement. "They are being enacted in the hope that Leaders and Representatives of China and Hong Kong will be able to amicably settle their differences leading to long term peace and prosperity for all." … [Read more...] about Beijing’s threats over bill supporting Hong Kong ’laughable,’ China expert says
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Airlines are still waiting for recertification from the FAA for Boeing’s troubled 737 MAX aircraft, and the delays continue to wreak havoc with their schedules. Both American and Southwest this week said they have pushed back the earliest date for the expected return of the MAX to scheduled service. American’s previous schedule anticipated a return of the MAX by April 6, but that has been pushed back to June 4 – the same date that United set about a month ago. Southwest had previously said it hoped to see the MAX back in service by April 13; now it is targeting June 6. Boeing, which recently got rid of its CEO as a result of the MAX mess, is now recommending that airlines should put their 737 MAX pilots through flight simulator training for the updated aircraft. But as the Seattle Times noted, “There are only 34 full-motion MAX simulators in the world, eight of them in the U.S., and tens of thousands of pilots who will need time on one.” … [Read more...] about Routes: SFO security; JetBlue, Spirit at OAK + Alaska, MAX, United, Delta, AA, airport lounges
Unlike the eastern half of China, where pork is the meat of choice, the people of its western regions adore beef and revel in a constellation of wheat-based creations. Thanks for this can be laid at the feet of China’s huge populations of Uyghur and Hui Muslims. Influences from every part of China pop up in unexpected ways here, though, since wars and mass migrations ended up creating an imaginative fusion cuisine that has given us Cantonese wontons bathed in fiery oil, baozi (steamed buns) stuffed with ground beef and spices, and elegant banquet dishes like tea-smoked duck. … [Read more...] about The five Chinese cuisines you’ll see the most in the Bay Area
“Will you concede if you have a lot more people in a confined area it’s more crowded?” asked the Fox News host after a back and forth debate. “There is more traffic and housing is more expensive … It’s about numbers. The state is too crowded. Will you concede that, or no?” (RELATED: Tucker Carlson: America’s Elites Want ‘Immigration Without Limit’) … [Read more...] about ‘The State Is Too Crowded. Will You Concede That?’ Tucker And Liberal Radio Host Spar Over Unlimited Immigration
In that speech, Trump took a “vote for me, even if you hate me, because the Democrats will ruin the economy” approach. While that may be true, there are intangibles that also influence voters, including how America positions itself before the world. There is no question that President Trump is pushing back against liberalism, socialism and the notion that Democrats must always set the agenda and Republicans are left to respond to it. That is what has solidified uncritical support among his base. … [Read more...] about Cal Thomas: Mr. Trump, there are warning signs on the horizon about a second term. Do you see them?