We're not talking about an engine, we're talking about hardened valves and seats
We're talking about any and all parts used on an aircraft.
Does not matter. Passing laws, enacting regulations, issuing EO's does not trump the Constitution. It's no different than if the government passed a law or regulation that authorized DHS to conduct random no-warrant, no-probable-cause house searches, or passed laws restricting the right to vote based on skin color.
It's funny you say that, because they've already passed laws that authorize the DHS to conduct random no-warrant, no-probably-cause boat searches: 14 USC 89(a) reads "[Coast Guard] officers, may at anytime, go aboard any vessel subject to the jurisdiction or to the operation of any law of the U.S., address inquiries to those on board, examine the ship's documents and papers, and examine, inspect, and search the vessel, and use all necessary force to compel compliance."
It is the exact same view that some of the worst monsters in history have used to excuse some of the worst atrocities ever committed.
Or was it the exact same view that drove some of the worst monsters in history to commit some of the worst atrocities ever?
But suddenly when it's Apple it's all ok. Why the hell?
Uhh... who said it was all ok?
SCOTUS claimed that the government has the authority to incarcerate someone indefinitely without trial.
No they haven't. His incarceration is ending. His civil commitment is beginning. All they've said is that you can still be committed to a mental hospital for being crazy/dangerous, even if you've just completed your prison sentence for committing a crime. The latter does not get you out of the former.
Now imagine having to drive like that all the time.
My god. The roads would be safe.
"Oh what wouldn't I give to be spat at in the face..." -- a prisoner in "Life of Brian"