Testimony, Trump and Border Insecurity

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  1. Richard Borgquist

    Result of Afirmative Action – Forrunner of DEI
    The operator of Sacramento’s landmark Tower Bridge was fired…
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The operator of Sacramento’s landmark Tower Bridge was fired Wednesday after his employer, the state Department of Transportation, was officially informed he was drunk at the time of an accident that killed three people.
    The Sacramento County district attorney’s office told the department that Mike Souza’s blood alcohol level was 0.18 parts per million, department spokesman Gene Berthelsen announced.
    By law, a person with a blood alcohol level of 0.10 is presumed intoxicated.
    A spokesman for the district attorney’s office said Souza, 38, was under investigation to see if criminal charges should be filed against him.
    He was the bridge tender Saturday night when he raised the bridge for a passing tour boat without sounding warning bells, lights or lowering traffic gates.
    A pickup truck approaching the bridge in the dark plunged into the Sacramento River. Two people in the truck died. A third body, believed to be that of a man who made a rescue attempt, was recovered from the river Tuesday.
    Berthelsen declined comment on a report Tuesday evening on Sacramento television station KCRA that Sousa had a woman in the operator’s booth at the time of the accident.

  2. thebaron@enter.net

    What to do with TikTok presents an interesting philosophical dilemma for conservatives. Some who are against forcing a divestiture on the grounds that the State shouldn’t do things like that, are in favor of banning it altogether. Either way, it’s the State interfering in a market. So, which State interference do we want-a forced divestiture or banning a company outright?

  3. Anyone flying United Wil be well advised to check your pilots resume before boarding!
    In the Vietnam Era Navy, it mattered who maintained the aircraft you were in. DEI would have destroyed the military. It may do so now with 4 more years of wokists.
    Parachute packers were at risk of being required to jump in what they packed. It was a good quality control.

  4. My last flight was in 2007 when my mother died. Airlines and airplane manufacturer commitments to DEI (DIE) has assured that I will never fly again. I’m old (87) and a cousin was a Navy carrier pilot in the early 1960s with hundreds of landings. He became a commercial pilot flying Boeing 747s for many years. He’s a white male, and would have difficulty getting hired these days, I fear, but he’s certainly my kind of pilot.

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