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Don't Let Ex-Im Bank's PR Campaign Fool You

Don't Let Ex-Im Bank's PR Campaign Fool You

After months of acrimony and debate, President Obama signed the Export-Import Bank Reauthorization Act of 2012 into law last May, which increased the Ex-Im Bank’s exposure limit by 40%.  And while the legislation also included measures to increase oversight, a close eye

Airline union efforts threatening jobs, consumers

Airline union efforts threatening jobs, consumers

With the summer travel season heating up and ticket prices continuing to rise, the last thing the airline industry needs is internal politics threatening to disrupt operations. Yet that is exactly what is happening to American Airlines.  The company, currently

Obama's War On America's Domestic Aircraft Industry

Two companies, one a Kansas-based airplane manufacturer and the other its Brazilian competitor, are competing for an Air Force contract to build a new aircraft to perform light air support (LAS) and light attack and armed reconnaissance (LAAR) roles. I’ve

Let Americans Make American Planes

As President Obama prepares to address a joint session of Congress on Thursday night about jobs, the stakes for American workers as well as his 2012 re-election are high. Yet, as millions of Americans remain unemployed, President Obama continues to