70,000 truck owner-operators in California may be forced to stop driving in one week due to new state law

A Supreme Court decision may force over 70,000 truck owner-operators in California to stop driving, creating another choke point in the already stressed West Coast logistics networks. The AB5 law restricts the use of independent contractors and will soon be enforced against the trucking industry after the court declined to hear their appeal. The California Trucking … Continue reading 70,000 truck owner-operators in California may be forced to stop driving in one week due to new state law

Supply chain nightmare approaching as Canadian cross-border vaccine mandate goes into effect for U.S. truckers

The globalist authoritarians who seek to overturn the world’s most powerful democracies so they can rule over more of the planet have latched on to the COVID-19 pandemic that many believe was intentionally launched by China as their vehicle, as has become painfully obvious by now. The latest move is to deprive Americans of food, clothing, … Continue reading Supply chain nightmare approaching as Canadian cross-border vaccine mandate goes into effect for U.S. truckers

Emergency preparedness: All-season transportation options in a post-SHTF world

When SHTF, getting from one place to another might be harder than usual. For instance, if almost everyone in your area is trying to drive away to safety, then expect heavy traffic to delay your evacuation as well. Law enforcement officers may also want to check vehicles on their way out, thereby worsening traffic. Certain disasters, such as earthquakes and … Continue reading Emergency preparedness: All-season transportation options in a post-SHTF world

West Coast ports logjammed with about container 60 ships still waiting to dock; supply lines continue to suffer disruptions

Ports in the U.S.’s West Coast report record congestion, with a satellite image showing more than 60 ships waiting to dock. A sudden surge in American purchases ahead of the holidays alongside a massive backlog is responsible for this congestion. Labor shortages at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach also worsen the situation. A satellite … Continue reading West Coast ports logjammed with about container 60 ships still waiting to dock; supply lines continue to suffer disruptions

Second wave of a global “shipping nightmare” now taking shape – expect SHORTAGES of everything

For weeks we’ve been warning about a coronavirus-induced supply chain disruption that was only going to get worse before it gets better. Well, over the past 48 hours, the situation definitely got worse. Much worse. On Monday Natural News reported that Western supply chains were already in peril thanks to a combination of worker shortages, transportation shortages, and a shutdown … Continue reading Second wave of a global “shipping nightmare” now taking shape – expect SHORTAGES of everything

Taco Bell, Starbucks warn of product shortages due to “covid”

Trouble is brewing in fast-food paradise as junk chains Starbucks and Taco Bell warn customers that they are running out of food and beverages, allegedly due to the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). For the past several months, certain items have been missing in action from the menus of both chains. Starbucks is telling customers via its mobile app … Continue reading Taco Bell, Starbucks warn of product shortages due to “covid”

Man sues 7 airlines for discriminating against travelers with medical conditions

Lucas Wall of Washington D.C. on June 14 filed a lawsuit in a federal court accusing seven airlines of discriminating against travelers who can’t wear masks because of medical conditions. According to a complaint filed in District Court in Orlando, Florida, Wall can’t wear a mask because he has generalized anxiety disorder. The 44-year-old sued Southwest Airlines, … Continue reading Man sues 7 airlines for discriminating against travelers with medical conditions

Airlines looking to implement broad coronavirus testing for passengers to keep industry alive

The aviation industry is pushing for universal screening for passengers to revive demand for flights amid the coronavirus pandemic. On a recent media call, International Air Transport Association head Alexandre de Juniac said that adopting rapid antigen tests would reduce the need for quarantines that are “killing” the market. Airlines hope that implementing broad COVID-19 testing for … Continue reading Airlines looking to implement broad coronavirus testing for passengers to keep industry alive

COVID-19 hits aviation industry: American Airlines grounds fleet, suspends flights

Mega carrier American Airlines is grounding 450 planes, or half of its fleet, as well as suspending 55,000 flights in April, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. American Airlines made the surprise announcement in a statement released Thursday afternoon. As per the mega carrier, all long-haul international flights are to be suspended through May 6, including all … Continue reading COVID-19 hits aviation industry: American Airlines grounds fleet, suspends flights

Boeing quality manager says the Dreamliner is also unsafe, “fly something else”

  All eyes seem to be on Boeing these days as the legacy aircraft manufacturer’s reputation continues its slide into oblivion over the ongoing 737 Max debacle. But a former Boeing quality manager who worked at the company for 30 some-odd years recently came forward to confess that, unfortunately, the 737 Max isn’t the only problematic … Continue reading Boeing quality manager says the Dreamliner is also unsafe, “fly something else”