The latest issue of On On, “the History Magazine of the Hash House Harriers,” is out.
It’s not that decision-makers ignore warnings. They know about them. But they also think about what acting on those warnings will cost, and what the odds are that predicted failures will ever come. Profit trumps safety every time.
The Federal Aviation Administration may ditch the word “airman.” One has to wonder how long it’ll be before the U.S. Air Force follows suit.
Six short book reviews: science fiction, historical nonfiction, fiction, young adult.
The conventional wisdom, once the dust from the 2020 elections settled, was that a 50-50 Senate, with just the vice president’s vote to break ties in the Democrat’s favor, wouldn’t be able to dump the filibuster, nor pass progressive legislation.
You see where this is going, right? Read the books, get the hat.
I don’t doubt the bad guys knew who we were and where we lived. Whether they planned to take us out on the eve of World War Three is another thing.
This wasn’t just something slipping through the cracks. It was a catastrophic breakdown in training, scheduling, and leadership.