Thursday, August 21, 2014


Greetings fellow aviators,

Folklore has it that a frog would boil to death if it would be placed in a pot of cold water under which a flame is applied to gradually raise the temperature over a long period of time.

This blog is about tamping out some of that insidious fire that has incrementally eroded our fundamental right to use our private property, our airplanes, for purely private purposes.

On December 17, 1903 there were no government imposed restrictions on manned powered flight. There was only the freedom to fly. The flame of regulation has been burning under us ever since.

Timothy F. McDonough, Ph.D.
Visiting Clinical Professor
Dept. of Information Technology and Operations Management
SMU Cox School of Business
Dallas, TX

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