The Russian media is posting CNN's top 10 biggest reporting blunders.
According to Russia Today, "Once a market leader among Western 24-hour news channels, CNN has now become infamous for its slipshod mislabeling of maps across the world. This week the network hit a new low, transforming a synagogue into a mosque."
President Barry Obama is praising crack cocaine-smoking former Washington D.C. Mayor Marion Barry his "inspiration."
The Guardian reports that, "Barack Obama led tributes on Sunday to the former Washington mayor Marion Barry, . The president heralded Barry’s work as a civil-rights campaigner in “a storied, at times tumultuous life and career” and said he “earned the love and respect of countless Washingtonians.”
KFC is enjoying nationwide popularity in South Africa and seeking to expand all over the African continent.
According to the BBC News, "Doug Smart, KFC's general manager in Africa, is mulling the challenges his company faces in appealing to a cross-section of South Africans one morning at a restaurant in Johannesburg."
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, a Republican, has deployed his education expert cronies to teach Common Core in Dubai.
The Teach United Arab Emirates Website reports that, "On October 24th and 25th (2014)hundreds of education professionals and scholars from the Middle East, North Africa and America, will gather in Dubai for a symposium on implementing C Bennetommon Core State Standards (CCSS) in regional American curriculum schools. The goal of this annual conference is to help teachers raise their level of instruction by aligning their lessons to the CCSS in English Language Arts and Mathematics. The conference also seeks to empower teachers to increase the academic success of their students, showcase exceptional CCSS aligned classroom resources, and connect CCSS educators across the Middle East and North Africa. Last year’s conference, the first of its kind, attracted over 300 attendees from 7 countries and hosted 23 speakers. This year’s conference will exceed those numbers."
President Barry Obama has just granted amnesty to over five million illegal aliens currently residing in the U.S.A. Hence, they can qualify for welfare benefits. Accordingly, if wealthy foreigners come to the U.S.A. without bring their money, they can obtain Food Stamps as well.
The Economic Times reports that, "President imposed the most sweeping in a generation on Thursday, easing the threat of deportation for some 4.7 million undocumented immigrants and setting up a clash with who vow to fight his moves."
President Barry Obama granting Amnesty to over five million illegal aliens living in the U.S.A. means that wealthy foreigners are no longer obligated to invest their cash in order to obtain Green Cards. They can just sneak into the US and wait five years before receiving U.S. Citizenship and a U.S. Passport.
According to Sputnik News, "Undocumented immigrants will be able to stay in the United States if they have been living in the country for more than five years and if they successfully pass a criminal background check, US President Barack has announced."
A women's columnist for the Daily Telegraphof London, Emma Barnett had penned a column entitled, 'Jesus Christ Would Be Ashamed of Christian Abortion Protestors.'
The Daily Telegraph of London reports that, "One in three women in the UK will have an abortion in their lives. The same one in three will feel emotional, sensitive and vulnerable the day they have that abortion. No one is pro abortion. They are pro choice. There is a massive difference. And on the day they walk into an abortion clinic, they should not be berated by so-called ‘Christians’."
Jeb Bush, brother of former President George W. Bush, is hitting the campaign trail to praise the "government-run, unionized and politicized monopolies" agenda, which is now commonly referred to as Common Core.
According to NewsMax, "Responding to a national backlash over Common Core education standards, potential 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush said Thursday that the set of state benchmarks should be "the new minimum" for America's classrooms."
Acclaimed Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky continues to hold global appeal for readers.
Sputnik News reports that, "The writings of preeminent Russian writer are popular in Western countries, because they tackle philosophical questions in a deeply psychological way, Dr. Deborah Martinsen, International Dostoevsky Society President, told RIA Novosti Tuesday."