Skip to comments."Congress in Outer Space" John Batchelor Show with Robert Zimmerman [14:30]
Posted on 04/26/2018 1:08:39 PM PDT by Voption
"House passes new law to reform space licensing rules, Russians deal with yellow-water on ISS, Moscow contemplates banning rocket-engine sales to USA, Russia agrees to replace lost Angolan communications satellite, Indian Space Agency pulls back on launch over quality-issues, and...is Sierra Nevada still in the Game?"
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Haven’t listened to Bachelor since he called people like me “know-nothings” for complaining that GWB wouldn’t protect our borders.
Is he still a globalist stooge?
Scoring a bit of web traffic, are we?
Here’s the whole thing:
Congress in Outer Space. Bob Zimmerman BehindtheBlack.com
The House yesterday passed a new law to reform the commercial space licensing rules.
Essentially, the bill shifts a majority of commercial space regulation to the Department of Commerce, and matches somewhat closely the recommendations being put forth by the Trump administration.
The bill appears to be almost identical to the version I analyzed in great detail in an op-ed for The Federalist last year. It has the same positives and negatives. While it definitely aims at simplifying the licensing process for space (abolishing such agencies as NOAAs Office of Commercial Remote Sensing Regulatory Affairs that recently tried to claim it had the right to license all photograph of Earth from space.), it does not appear to completely make Commerce that one-stop shop for all licensing, allowing the FAA and FCC to retain their space licensing responsibilities. Moreover, it appears, as I noted in my op-ed, to avoid the more essential legal problems, such as the Outer Space Treaty, that hamper private space today and will hamper private space even more in the future.
Regardless, it does appear that the turf war over licensing between Commerce and the FAA is over. Though the law still must get through the Senate, it does appear that Commerce has mostly won. It will get the majority of this bureaucratic bauble. What that bureaucracy will do with it, however, is the real question.
Nope, you’re pointing to an April 25th Zimmerman Blog-post, that I never posted here at FR.
I pointed today, to The John Batchelor Show audio podcast, from WABC-NY.
You are the only one “driving traffic” to Zimmerman’s blog today, not me. (sorry)
Jeez dude— I thought we reached an accord, but your behavior is that of a vicious, spiteful, little troll.
You nailed him, sir.
I'm sure you wish it were you.
You seem a bit swishy, son.
Maybe get outdoors and frolic about when you can.
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An accord in which you continue to divert traffic to a blog
and I sit idly by and allow it in silence? No. We didn't reach that one.
You, are the only one who linked to Zimmerman’s Blog today, not me.
I linked to WABC-Radio, NY, via Batchelor’s audioboom page.
You are the one who actually went to Zimmerman’s blog, dug up the link to which you reference, then cut-n-pasted the whole thing, including his web-address, and posted it here, in a Post referencing the John Batchelor Show.
Yepper, Lunch-Bucket, it fits.
Yawn. Ho-hum. Like all bullies, you bore.
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