Samsung Corporation is hiring, but they will only hire you if you come from a wealthy family. Just a mere five percent of its workforce are employees who came from impoverished circumstances.
The Joong Ang Daily, "Samsung Group doesn’t officially announce the proportion of natural science or humanities majors it has hired. The group has only revealed that at least 30 percent of selected applicants would be women, 35 percent will have graduated from universities outside of Seoul (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology and Pohang University of Science and Technology are not in subject to this rule), and 5 percent will be from low-income families."
While United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron is globe-trotting the world preaching the gospel of Democracy, he has deployed British police officers to arrest pro-Democracy activists on the streets of London.
According to the Independent Television Network, "A lone Occupy Democracy protester who climbed up the Winston Churchill statue in Parliament Square has been arrested - after a two day standoff with police."
President Barry Obama believes that Russian Vladimir Putin deserves to face 'Sector Sanctions' due to the global spread of the Ebola Virus.
Russia Today reports that, "Speaking in Brisbane last week, where world leaders gathered for the summit, Obama once again put Russia on the list of the greatest threats to the world - along with the Islamic State militants (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and the Ebola outbreak. It wasn't the first time the in with the Islamic terrorists and the deadly virus."
Egg Revolutionaries are demanding regime change in the Czech Republic.
According to the BBC News, "Thousands of people have protested against Czech President Milos Zeman on the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, which ended communist rule. Demonstrators carried football-style red cards as a warning to Mr Zeman, while others threw eggs. One accidentally hit the German president."
President Barry Obama's 'War on Texas' continues. He is forcing residents from the Lone Star state to pay 20 percent or more in carbon taxes on their electric bills.
The Houston Chronicle reports that, "The electric distribution grid operator for most of Texas said Monday that a federal mandate to slash carbon emissions nationwide would challenge power reliability in Texas and raise consumer electricity costs by as much as 20 percent as half the state's coal-fired power plants shut down."
One of London's top luxury hotels, the Bermondsey Square Hotel, has imposed sharia law on all guests. That means a hospitality fatwa has been issued, which would ban alcohol and pork
Russia Today reports that, "London’s Bermondsey Square Hotel has suddenly banned the sale of alcohol, and reportedly pork, “in accordance with Sharia law” under the orders of its new Middle-Eastern owner."
Are Americans the world's worst savers? A recent study disclosed that one out of four Americans have less than $250 in their bank account.
According to NewsMax, "Two out of five Americans are living on the edge of financial disaster, a study says. More than 40 percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck, according to , which cites a study from consumer finance company Springleaf Financial, based in Evansville, Illinois."
As Democrat Party leaders distance themselves from MIT Professor Jonathan Gruber, because he was observed on video as saying that, "Democrat voters are stupid," does not appear to be going down without a fight. He granted an exclusive interview to Hugh Hewitt, a conservative reporter, to explain that Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's 'HillaryCare' healthcare scheme would have been much more disruptive than ObamaCare.
Townhall reports that, "Hillary isn't going to be happy with MIT's Jon Gruber, the "father of Obamacare." Especially since she is the "grandmother of Obamacare" and Gruber is confirming her maternity once-removed of the most unpopular law in three generations."
The Nebraska Taxi Cab Commission is demanding veto powers over possible construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline by TransCanada that would likely transport oil from Canada to Texas refineries.
According to the Houston Chronicle, "Congress is suddenly scrambling to vote on the Keystone XL oil pipeline, but the fate of the oft-delayed $5.4 billion project could still wind up in the hands of an obscure commission in Nebraska that regulates telephones, taxi cabs and grain bins."
Russian President Vladimir Putin's day of reckoning has finally arrived. The Australian Prime Minister threatened to shirtfront Putin over MH17 and accordingly he deployed a koala bear nicknamed, "Tony Abbot" to cuddle with the Russian leader.
Russia Today reports that, "The world’s cutest marsupials are being specially prepared for cuddling sessions with world leaders during the G20 summit in Brisbane next week. Holding a soft, furry koala has become a bucket-list attraction of any trip Down Under, and Vladimir Putin, Barack Obama and other leaders of the world’s 20 most powerful countries are scheduled to have photo-ops with the animals during the two-day summit."