San Antonio strippers are threatening to keep their clothes on if they don't receive higher pay from strip clubs.
The Houston Chronicle reports that, "Dancers at a San Antonio strip club say $5 and $10 table dances just aren't cutting it anymore because they are forced to split the proceeds with other employees and the business."
Barry Obama is not the only US President to be friendly with the Muslim Brotherhood. Former President Jimmy Carter is scheduled to pay tribute to jihad at a pro-Muslim Brotherhood conference in Detroit this summer.
CounterJihad reports that, "Former President Jimmy Carter will speak and sign books at the 51stannual convention of the , the organization has announced. (D-MN) is also listed as a speaker on its program."
Auto manufacturer faces some serious legal troubles while trying to enter the China market.
According to China Radio International, "U.S. electric car maker Tesla is being sued here in China for trademark infringement. The suit has been launched by a Chinese business man, who has been in a trademark dispute with Tesla for the past few months."
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel ordered the Pentagon to spend millions of American taxpayers' dollars to learn the social media influence of the pop star Justin Bieber. Can you beliebe it?
Russia Today reports that, "The Pentagon’s research lab has funded dozens of studies concerning the use of social media, the Guardian reported on Tuesday, raising further questions about what kind of data is of interest to governments around the globe."
A rising number of multinational corporations are abandoning the dollar when engaging in foreign trade.
According to the Voice of Russia, "Peter Koenig, financial pundit, former World Bank staff and a Voice of Russia regular, told about the hottest trend of global finance: de-dollarization. He also commented on the financial blowback and unintended consequences of the US sanctions and hostile actions against countries in Europe and South America."
Commentary Series by Summer, Xiamen University School of Journalism student
XIAMEN, CHINA: The American media often claims that they are the most professional journalist and represent the most objective medium, such as the motto from the Associate Press “Report foreign news in the quickest and most correct way without any comment.” Yet in reality, they are not.
In 2008, some criminals in Lhasa, Tibet, rushed into government buildings and shops to set fires and rob goods, and they even chopped people up in the streets .Such horrible behavior cost 250 million financial losses and 18 persons’ death. The government in Tibet took action immediately by organizing armed police to clamp down the rebellion. But many western reporters and spread false reports about the incident.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has suffered from a severe emotional breakdown after discovering that anti-Hillary books are more popular than her memoirs. She's shrieking that her critics are "pathological liars." Hillary insiders have expressed some concerns to Business Insider over her mental health status.
The Business Insider reports that, "Author Ed Klein has published hundreds of pages of attacks on President Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary Clinton. On Monday, as Klein's latest "exposé" of the former first family , a source close to the Clintons fired back with a scathing, lengthy email to Business Insider blasting Klein as a pathological liar."
Sen. Robert Menendez (D.-NJ) is claiming to be a victim. He allegedly intended to purchase underaged prostitutes from the Dominican Republic, but he later discovered that these girls were Cuban spies.
Russia Today reports that, "A senior US senator has reportedly asked the Justice Department to investigate the Cuban government’s involvement in a plot to derail his political career by planting an explosive story regarding involvement with underage prostitutes."