As I write this blog, ABC World News with Dianne Sawyer is airing a series of reports titled “Made in America.” On March 1, it showed a family who agreed to have everything that wasn’t made in the U.S.A. removed from their home. They would sleep in the house for one night and have their house furnished the next day with nothing but U.S.-manufactured furnishings.
In the Jan/Feb issue of D.O.M., I discussed “actively engaged” as it pertained to Inspection Authorization renewal. If you haven’t read it yet, you can read my editorial column by clicking here.
There are a few more thoughts I wanted to share regarding the FAA’s effort to more closely interpret “actively engaged.”
It’s been really burning me up lately to watch as the media tears apart companies for purchasing business jets.
A real shortfall of recent attempts at economic stimulus is the lack of ability of Washington to recognize that it’s encouraging the purchase of goods that stimulates the economy. It’s not any more complicated than that.