The US was the very last to ground the 737 Max 8 and 9. Why? Deion A. Kathawa writing in American Greatness has some idea.
[T]he sprawling, unaccountable administrative state is strangling America and killing common sense.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) refused this week to join a growing list of countries—including, so far, Ireland, China, Indonesia, Singapore, the United Kingdom, Oman, Malaysia, Iraq, Mexico—as well as Europe itself, all of which have permanently or temporarily banned Boeing’s new airplane, the 737 MAX 8, from their airspace.
The 737 MAX 8 has crashed twice in the last five months, resulting in the deaths of 346 people. In Ethiopia, where the most recent crash occurred, the plane was in the air for all of six minutes before it plunged into the ground, tragically cutting short the lives of 157 souls.
The FAA’s obstinacy—it finds “no basis to order…
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