At least 2,500 flights were delayed Monday and hundreds more canceled as America’s airline industry continued to struggle with empty positions, covid regulations, and unhappy passengers. From Fox News: As of noon Monday, more than 2,000 flights in, out of and across the U.S. have been delayed, according to the flight tracking website FlightAware. Another …
US-based airlines canceled at least 1,100 flights Friday as the industry continues to struggle with few workers, a pilot shortage, and other crippling transportation issues. From USA Today: It’s been another rough day for America’s airline passengers, to put it mildly. As of 3 p.m. Eastern on Friday, more than 1,100 flights had been canceled in the …
Dana covers how Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg leaves South Bend, Indiana for Michigan. Is Pete Buttigieg trying to run for President? Dana shares some thoughts.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced Monday morning that he has tested positive for coronavirus.
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There is some serious palace intrigue happening in the White House right now.
Dana slams Pete Buttigieg for urging electric car buying to counter gas prices.
Dana talks about how the Dems and President Biden sought to get out of VP Kamala Harris, who presents a lousy projection for the 2024 election. Who will be Kamala’s replacement?
Dana discusses the release of Amazon Prime original documentary ‘Mayor Pete,’ on Buttiegieg’s presidential run.
We are all now well aware of how Afghanistan turned out to be the biggest foreign policy disaster in the United States since Vietnam, as everything about it was handled horribly wrong. Well, while the botched U.S. withdrawal was going on, Joe Biden and Jen Psaki were both on vacation. Now, we have a global supply crisis, and the Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg also went on a two-month-long vacation, or as he liked to call it, ‘paternity leave.’ Jesse Kelly has the details on the vacation administration.
While Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg went on paid paternity leave, the nation dealt with a global supply chain crisis, that now, according to experts, may run through the next year. Since coming back from his vacation, Buttigieg is now pushing to sell paternity leave for all, rather than solving growing port congestion and supply shortages. Yet, at the end of the day, this isn’t about solving any of America’s growing problems or doing what’s right for the American people; It’s about an administration imploding when ideology becomes its master. Dana bends the knee on Mayor Pete and the Dems socialist ideology.
Dana discusses how U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg decides on being on paternity leave when the country suffers from an ongoing supply chain crisis.