‘Inexperienced’ BA boss who oversaw cost-cutting drive is blamed for IT meltdown which could cost £150m: Thousands of passengers forced to queue OUTSIDE Heathrow and Gatwick as airline struggles to clear backlog

Sunday, May 28, 2017
By Paul Martin

British Airways boss Alex Cruz has been blamed for the IT meltdown that saw at least 1,000 flights disrupted Union bosses said chaos would have been averted if hundreds of skilled IT jobs were not outsourced to India Mr Cruz took over the airline a year ago, and since then customer satisfaction has taken... »

United Airlines CEO will be questioned by Congress on Tuesday about passenger who was dragged off plane

Saturday, April 29, 2017
By Paul Martin

United Airlines CEO will testify on Capitol Hill on Tuesday in Washington DC His appearance comes nearly a month after David Dao was dragged off plane United recently settled with Dao for an undisclosed amount of money By ANNA HOPKINS DAILYMAIL.COM 29 April 2017 The CEO of United Airlines will testify at Capitol Hill... »

Chicago Airport Security Chief Fired After United Airlines Debacle

Friday, April 28, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden Apr 28, 2017 Following United Airlines’ settlement with David Dao (with no one from the airline being fired), it seems a scapegoat has been found. AP reports, Jeffrey Redding, the head of security at Chicago’s airports, “has been terminated from his duties” at O’Hare and Midway airports. No reason was... »

When The Dam Cracks: “There Are 80,000 US Dams, With An Average Age Of 52”

Saturday, March 18, 2017
By Paul Martin

Via Stratfor, Mar 18, 2017 In his joint address to Congress, U.S. President Donald Trump touted a $1 trillion infrastructure investment plan as a means to stimulate the economy while constructing, if not rebuilding outright, crucial projects around the country. Trump later met with U.S. business leaders on March 8 seeking support from... »

Executives Get One Month In Prison For Massive Chemical Spill That Poisoned WV Water Supply

Friday, February 19, 2016
By Paul Martin

By John Vibes FEBRUARY 19, 2016 Two former executives with the bankrupt Freedom Industries were sentenced to one month in federal prison for their responsibility in the chemical spill that poisoned water supplies in West Virginia over two years ago. The chemical spill tainted the water supply of 300,000 people in West Virginia... »

Lead contamination in Colorado water now 3,580 times higher than federal standards, thanks to EPA

Tuesday, August 18, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan A. Huff Tuesday, August 18, 2015 The “accidental” release by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of more than three million gallons of toxic sludge into a Colorado river system that feeds into the larger Colorado River has resulted in a massive surge of heavy metal contamination, including lead levels that... »

Man Crosses U.S. Border Dressed as ISIS Terrorist, Simulates Beheading

Friday, September 5, 2014
By Paul Martin

Stunt took place in exact spot where feds say ISIS terror attack is imminent Paul Joseph Watson Prison September 5, 2014 Infowars reporter Joe Biggs crossed the U.S. border from Mexico dressed as an ISIS militant to illustrate how easy it is for anyone to get into America despite warnings that Islamic State... »

Unprecedented U.S readiness crisis: Air Force strips 17 officers of authority to launch nuclear weapons

Wednesday, May 8, 2013
By Paul Martin May 8, 2013 WASHINGTON – The Air Force stripped an unprecedented 17 officers of their authority to control — and, if necessary, launch — nuclear missiles after a string of unpublicized failings, including a remarkably dim review of their unit’s launch skills. The group’s deputy commander said it is suffering “rot” within its... »


Sunday, July 11, 2010
By Paul Martin

Dean Blanchard talks about military presence in Gulf Isle, LA and the failure of the staffing agencies to do background checks. Shot and Edited: Gavin Garrison and Heather Rally Interviewer: Matt Smith —————————————————————————————————————————————————- »

Oil update: Spill to harm Europe, Arctic wildlife; hurricane season looms

Friday, May 21, 2010
By Paul Martin May 21, 2010 Here are some of the day’s developments on the Gulf oil disaster, which is now a month old: • Wildlife and marine life in Europe and the Arctic will also suffer from the Gulf oil disaster, a top scientist told a congressional panel today, CNN reports. “This is not just... »

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