It's kind of amazing that it took a mass shooting for the Pentagon to launch an investigation into the flight training program. Perhaps the beautiful lives lost will not be in vain.
Greta Thunberg is the Time Magazine Person of the Year? In what universe is an angry 16-year-old an expert? She's not even a scientific prodigy. Another nail in the coffin of Time Magazine's credibility.
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- Pentagon suspends flight training for Saudi students after naval base shooting | Disrn — The Pentagon suspended flight training on Tuesday for all Saudi students following a Saudi national's shooting rampage at Naval Air Station Pensacola that left three people and the shooter dead.
- Greta Thunberg is Time's 2019 Person of the Year | Disrn — Thunberg, who began her activism by skipping school and camping out in front of the Swedish Parliament beginning in August 2018 in what she called "School Strike for Climate," gained international fame in September for sharply rebuking heads of state at the U.N. General Assembly with her viral "How dare you!" moment.
- Pelosi: Impeachment Has Been Going on 'Two and a Half Years, Actually' | Breitbart — On Tuesday in Washington, D.C., at Politico’s Women Rule Summit, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) admitted the impeachment process of President Donald Trump has been going on for “two and a half” years.
- U.S. grounds Saudi pilots, halts military training after base shooting - Reuters — The decision will have far-reaching impacts on visiting Saudi personnel, including grounding more than 300 Saudi Arabian military aviation students as part of a “safety stand-down,” first reported by Reuters earlier on Tuesday.