Via NY Post:
Air-traffic controllers are far too important to Americans’ safety to be subjected to unconstitutional race-based hiring in the name of “diversity.” It’s a shame the Federal Aviation Administration doesn’t see it that way.
In fact, the Obama administration is throwing out basic competency tests in hiring air-traffic controllers so they can diversify the field — and put us all at risk.
Take the case of Andrew Brigida. Born and raised in Mahopac, a hamlet 30 miles north of Manhattan, Brigida’s family moved to Arizona, where he attended Arizona State University. He signed up for the university’s air-traffic-controller major. In May 2013, he earned two aviation-related B.S. degrees and took the demanding, eight-hour computer-based Air Traffic Selection and Training
exam; he scored 100 percent.