Tuesday, March 18, 2014

3-18-14 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Malaysia Airlines & the Business of the Mystery Missing Plane
2. Joseph Klein: Russia Steamrolls Over the United Nations
3. Ryan Mauro: Missing Plane Pilot Supporter of MB-Linked Politician
4. Dave Bego: It's All About the Dues Money
5. Wayne Allyn Root: Obama Hasn't Changed Since Columbia University

Malaysia Airlines & the Business of the Mystery Missing Plane

As of the present day and for the past few years, Malaysia Airlines has endured scrutiny for their business restructurings and losses. But now the airline is experiencing global condemnation of far worse proportions after the disappearance of Flight 370 on March 8 with 239 passengers aboard. Amongst the general Asian public, Malaysia Airlines has developed a reputation for high-standard service and safety procedures from the time it was founded in 1937, seizing a collection of awards for its overall outstanding customer service. However, the accolades in the past have not been sufficient enough to halt the pause of travelers of the airline in reaction to an incident of such proportion. Shares of Malaysia Airlines dropped as much as 20 percent on March 10. The share price has been on a downward spiral for the past ten years. Before the travesty of the missing plane, Malaysia Airlines management tried four major restructurings in the past 12 years to no avail. The monetary afflictions are a mixture of mismanagement, government intrusion and a scarcity of professionals to run the airline proficiently. [more...]

Russia Steamrolls Over the United Nations

In the phony Crimean referendum held on Sunday March 16th, 95.5% of voters in Crimea have supported joining Russia, Russian officials say. The vote was boycotted by many Crimeans loyal to the Ukraine central government in Kiev, including Tartars who make up about 12% of the Crimean population. Sergei Aksyonov, Crimea's leader installed last month after the Russians effectively occupied Crimea, announced that his government will formally apply on Monday to join the Russian Federation. Shortly after the polls closed, the Obama administration issued a statement rejecting the referendum. [more...]

Missing Plane Pilot Supporter of MB-Linked Politician

The most popular theory now about the hijacking of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 is that it is retaliation by one of the pilots for the imprisonment of an opposition leader linked to the Muslim Brotherhood. There is increasing suspicion that he landed or sought to land the aircraft. This theory is certainly plausible, but there are multiple reasons for skepticism. The most likely scenario is that whoever controlled the flight sought to strike a target. It is most probable that at least two operatives were involved because someone would need to handle the flight controls while the second pilot was neutralized. [more...] Watch Ryan on Fox & Friends

It's All About the Dues Money

I have repeatedly stressed the fact that today's big labor bosses care little about the rank and file membership and are only interested in the dues money they can collect to line their own pockets and use for political persuasion. This has surfaced more the past several weeks and is worth highlighting as we approach the 2014 Mid-Term Elections. [more...]

Obama Hasn't Changed Since Columbia University

Thirty years ago Obama, my Columbia University Class of '83 classmate, was rarely seen. Thirty years later he can't be bothered to attend national security meetings about a crisis that could lead to World War III. Some things never change. You might ask, "What do Obama's college days have to do with his Presidency today?" The answer is everything. By college, a person's personality, attitude and behavior is usually fairly well set. That's why Obama's Columbia days tell us so much about his behavior as President today.  Barack Obama is exactly the same today as he was as a student at Columbia thirty years ago: arrogant and egotistical. He's either too lazy, or thinks he's too smart to have to actually do the work expected of him. Nothing has changed in 30 years. [more...]

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