1. Wayne Allyn Root: Who Would You Pick, Obama or Derek Jeter?
2. Joseph Klein: Netanyahu's Truth in a Den of Lies
3. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Pilot Strikes Got Air France by the Seat of Their Pants
4. Kyle Olson: School of Medicine Changes Policy to Enroll Illegal Immigrants
Who Would You Pick, Obama or Derek Jeter?
Jeter's 5 world championships, 200 record-setting postseason hits, and the streak of 20 straight years of being a winner in virtually every game he played in... versus… Obama. Has America been a champion in anything, on any day in past 6 years of Obama's presidency? Has our economy been a winner in any category for 6 straight years? Have we been a leader in middle class job creation in any day in 6 straight years (as opposed to the few crappy low-wage, part-time jobs created)? [more...]
Netanyahu's Truth in a Den of Lies
By Joseph Klein
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a powerful and sobering speech to the United Nations General Assembly on September 29th. He said he came from Jerusalem to speak on behalf of the Israeli people and to "expose the brazen lies spoken from this very podium against my country and the brave soldiers who defend it. Truth must always be spoken, especially here, in the United Nations," the prime minister said to an audience of government leaders and delegates not used to hearing the truth spoken in the UN on issues relating to the Jewish state. [more...]
Pilot Strikes Got Air France by the Seat of Their Pants
Recent airline worker strikes by Lufthansa and Air France pilots have been affecting flights all throughout Europe and even the world. Air France may be a European owned company, but its flights are also partnered with Delta and other American owned Airlines that fly in and out of the United States as well. Europe's two largest airlines are in financial turmoil, so they made the decision to cut wages and other expenses in an effort to trim operating costs. Unfortunately, these budget cuts led Air France pilots to go on a two-week strike, and while Air France pilots have returned to work this week, pilots from Lufthansa have begun one. Meanwhile, there is still no solution to the ongoing issue; and despite costing their employers approximately $317 million, Air France must still figure out how to cut costs or face bankruptcy in less than a decade. [more...]
School of Medicine Changes Policy to Enroll Illegal Immigrants
By Kyle Olson