Updating a year lease letter

Besides Saab, there are two more European contestants.

One is the EADS/BAE consortium with its Eurofighter Typhoon: its main strength is that is used by a number of NATO heavyweights such as Great Britain, France, Germany, Spain and Italy.

"By Any Means Necessary" is guest-hosted today by Bob Schlehuber and features guest Jay Leiderman, a founding member of the Whistleblower Defense League talking about the recent re-arrest and now release of journalist Barrett Brown.

The pair talk about the illegalities of the Bureau of Prisons re-arrest of Barrett Brown, what led to Brown quickly being released, and the current status of other whistleblowers and people speaking out against state violence.

In the second segment Ben Dixon, The Benjamin Dixon Show, and Marcus Ferrell, political strategist, organizer and former African American Outreach Director for Bernie Sanders join the show to talk about the murder of Jordan Edwards, Donald Trump's bizarre Andrew Jackson Civil War comments, the racist stunt at American University, and whether or not Bernie Sanders and the Far Left have a "race" problem.

In a special third part, Bob Schlehuber is joined by Ben Norton, Journalist with Alternet and Raed Jarrar, Government Relations Manager at American Friends Service Committee to talk about Hamas's new policy document updating their 1988 charter, most notably the recognition of 1967 borders and the cutting of ties with the Muslim Brotherhood, and talk about what to expect from Donald Trump's meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.

Switzerland and Brazil, which earlier ordered the new Gripen E, solved this problem with a provisional lease contract, but it is doubtful that Ottawa finds such a solution attractive enough.

If Canada were to buy the Gripen, Ottawa would have the largest Gripen fleet in the world.

A single Gripen plane costs on par with a Super Hornet (the next cheapest variant), but is considerably cheaper to run.

The Gripen has been used for many years in Sweden, a country that has a comparable climate to Canada.

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