The News with Rick Sanchez - July 10, 2019 (20:00 ET)
Flight cancellations soaring, Boeing to blame
Flight cancelations, equipment failures and a shortage of available aircraft have made for a disappointing summer for air travel in the US. Rick Sanchez reports. Then former NTSB official Jamie Finch shares his expertise. He predicts that Boeing won’t meet their self-imposed deadline to make their 737 Max 8 planes safe.
How corporate money is destroying NPR
Rick Sanchez discusses the gradual decay of standards in US journalism, alienating the news outlets more and more from their audiences. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to talk about who really controls National Public Radio (NPR). She points out that while it began as an alternative to corporate, commercially funded radio, they have since accepted corporate sponsorship from Amazon, Walmart, Goldman-Sachs, the US army, Shell Oil, and even competing news outlets like Fox and CNN.
Peter Schiff sounds gold warning!
Poland is the latest country to withdraw its gold from the UK. Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the risks that countries take by storing their gold abroad. He argues that the US is a particularly dangerous place to keep gold given the expected collapse of the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency and the US has a history of confiscating gold in times of economic calamity.