Breaking News: Ann Coulter Steps Into the Real World

In case you haven’t been on social media or reading lightweight news this weekend, you should be informed that Ann Coulter had a problem on a Delta flight. Some news reports suggest she was bumped from the flight altogether, and others say she was forced to change seats when she had her heart set on the extra leg room seat she reserved.  We don’t know the details, but someone should investigate her claim that the wi-fi wasn’t working. Joking aside, the issue isn’t that a self-important news commentator has the proverbial bee in her bonnet.  She’s usually that way.  I’ll … Continue reading Breaking News: Ann Coulter Steps Into the Real World

F— the Friendly Skies

Here’s the advertising: And here’s the reality: Here’s another reality, which someone at United was too damned dumb to predict: http://money.cnn.com/2017/04/11/investing/united-airlines-stock-passenger-flight-video/index.html I hope the news media will stay on top of this story.  UAL should be required to change its policy regarding overbooked flights.  Maybe stop overbooking flights in the first place?  What a novel idea. Changing policy will help protect other passengers in the future, but what about the man who was brutalized?  I hope he sues and gets a bundle.  He should also receive a public apology from United and the Airport Police who assaulted him. Continue reading F— the Friendly Skies