Normally in a situation like the one in the Middle East with the Islamic State making gains on multiple fronts, a president and Congress would be debating over the actions to take on the matter. Lately, it seems as if both are willing to pass the buck back and forth to each other. Continue reading Obama war powers legislation stalls in Congress (and he doesn’t mind)
Most people love a good joke, especially when famous people can make light of their own situations. President George W Bush did just that while giving the commencement speech at Southern Methodist University. Continue reading George W Bush has fun while promoting… mediocrity?
Amidst the financial collapse of the auto industry in 2008, Toyota was caught unprepared and with its proverbial pants down. At the time they were using an Edwards Deming influence manufacturing process which allowed them to build up to eight different cars on the same assembly line. This process was actually way out of control for what was taking place. This form of production and assembly was extremely expensive and caused the company to bleed fortunes away for several months and caused the leadership at Toyota to be frightened and find a way to regain their profits. Continue reading Is Toyota doing it old school?
Sunni Muslim militant group Jundallah has claimed responsibility for the bus attack in Karachi, Pakistan, that left at least 43 people dead and 13 wounded. The group pledge allegiance to the Islamic State last November. Continue reading Jundallah, allied with the Islamic State, claims responsibility for Pakistan bus attack
For a country that is supposedly not involved directly in the Ukrainian conflict, Russian forces seem to be popping up more often than not. The latest evidence comes in the form of a report published by Russian opposition activists showing that 220 Russian soldiers are among the dead in Ukraine. Continue reading Evidence of Russian involvement in Ukraine growing