Saturday, September 16th, 2023

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Thanks for going on this journey with us. At the beginning of the year, we set out to create a product that delivered real news to Americans across this great country. Like you, we were frustrated with current options on the market, and The Flyover was born for people just like you!

We started small and have grown like wildfire: we just crossed over 430,000 readers! We began with Monday, Wednesday, and Friday editions, and after a few months, we went to 5 days a week. Today is another huge milestone for us: it’s our FIRST Saturday edition.

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 Ready for week 3 of college football? Here’s a guide to today’s most intriguing matchups, including ESPN College Gameday’s spotlighted game of the week: “Coach Prime” and the Colorado Buffaloes will try to get to 3-0 vs. rival Colorado State. (Read

The NFL has some interesting storylines on deck for tomorrow. How will the league’s highest-paid player, Joe Burrow, rebound from his bad performance last week? Can the Packers get another win with rookie Jordan Love, and is he the real deal? How will Zach Wilson and the Jets fare against the Cowboys defense? (Full breakdown here

Lionel Messi did not travel with his team, Inter Miami, to Atlanta for their game today. The superstar left the pitch early in Argentina’s qualifying game vs. Ecuador last week, signaling a potential injury. (More)

The Rotator
Saturday Rewind

In case you missed them, here are the three most-clicked stories from this week.

➤ #1: The mysterious golden orb found at the bottom of the sea off the Alaska coast. (More)  

➤ #2: The percussive mating ritual of the wild cockatoo. (More)

➤ #3: A father who protested his daughter’s ill-treatment by the Loudoun County School District, was charged with a crime, and was pardoned by Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin. (More)

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Et Cetera

➤ A letter written by Ernest Hemingway sold at auction for $237,000. It was written in 1954 and detailed his adventures in surviving two plane crashes. (More)

➤ An orchard in Palisade, Colorado, may have produced the world’s largest peach. The owner says it weighs 2.02 pounds and will be submitted for a Guinness World Record. (More

➤ A United Airlines plane plunged 28,000 feet after losing air pressurization in the cabin. The plane was headed to Rome, but it turned around and landed safely in Newark, NJ. (More

Meme Of The Week

Poll Position

Have you ever read a book written by Ernest Hemingway?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Friday’s Results:

Are you happy with your financial preparation for retirement?

  1. Yes: 64%
  2. No: 36%

Quote BoxDaily Quote

Quote “It was clear that the policies of sanctuary cities and letting everybody live for free simply do not work.
—TX Gov. Greg Abbott 

TriviaToday’s Trivia

In what year was the first Ford Model T produced?

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