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United ended its baggage handling contract at Denver International Airport with SkyWest, which has a unionized workforce, replacing it with a contractor that pays many workers the minimum wage. What happened next is predictable: United Airlines’ baggage-handling issues at Denver International Airport have gotten so out of hand that airport CEO Kim Day has personally […]

Keep Cell Phones Banned on Planes

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On October 12, 2014
There are several reasons to keep talking on cell phones banned on planes. Among them is that it is rude to other passengers. Those who don’t care about the passengers around them evidently don’t care how they affect other people, a sad statement. Yet even in airplane mode, having the phones on during take off […]

Wow, A Good Republican Position

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On December 10, 2013
Bipartisanship lives. Or at least it should because this is one issue where some Republicans are right on: Two Republican lawmakers in recent days have said they will fight to keep a ban on in-flight cellphone calls in place because they can’t stand to hear people yammer. Rep. Bill Shuster (R-PA) and Sen. Lamar Alexander […]
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