As some world leaders protest, Egypt enforces Trump’s ban on Muslims from 7 nations

As some world leaders protest, Egypt enforces Trump’s ban on Muslims from 7 nations

by WorldTribune Staff, January 29, 2017 While a slew of world leaders slammed President Donald Trump’s executive order banning the entry of citizens from seven Muslim countries to the United States, Egypt signaled its willingness to enforce the order. On Jan. 27, five Iraqis and one Yemeni passenger were stopped from boarding an EgyptAir jet […]

Meet North America’s anti-Trump: Canada’s Trudeau totally embraces global PC agenda

Meet North America’s anti-Trump: Canada’s Trudeau totally embraces global PC agenda

by WorldTribune Staff, December 7, 2016 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is loved by the United Nations, the elite media and fawning liberals, some of whom have dubbed him the “sexiest prime minister in the world.” When you tear down the global PC facade, however, Trudeau “is the face of the Western surrender, not only […]

Canada, Mexico ready to deal with Trump on NAFTA

Canada, Mexico ready to deal with Trump on NAFTA

by WorldTribune Staff, November 11, 2016 Donald Trump’s stunning victory in the Nov. 8 presidential election was a shock to the system of the leaders of the U.S.’s two North American neighbors. Scrambling to come to grips with Trump’s historic win, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto both said they […]

Trudeau, Li proclaim ‘golden decade’ for Canadian-Chinese economic ties; Really?

Trudeau, Li proclaim ‘golden decade’ for Canadian-Chinese economic ties; Really?

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler UNITED NATIONS — Justin Trudeau, Canada’s media star Prime Minister, in his first address to the General Assembly, presented a wide-ranging tableaux of liberal platitudes and glowing feel good commitments. Proclaiming an almost theological commitment to diversity, an acceptance of Syrian refugees, and climate change policies, Trudeau presented […]

Iran arrests scholar on gender issues in continuing crackdown on dual nationals

Iran arrests scholar on gender issues in continuing crackdown on dual nationals

by WorldTribune Staff, June 9, 2016 A Canadian scholar on gender issues and Islam was arrested on June 6 while visiting Iran. Homa Hoodfar, who teaches at Concordia University in Montreal, is at least the fifth dual-national detained in Iran in recent months, according to the New York-based International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran […]

#PrayforSophie: Canada’s ‘first lady’ mocked for saying she needs ‘team’

#PrayforSophie: Canada’s ‘first lady’ mocked for saying she needs ‘team’

By World Tribune Staff on May 17, 2016 There is no official role for Canada’s first lady, but that didn’t stop Sophie Grégoire Trudeau from asking the country’s taxpayers to get her the help she needs to “fulfill her duties.” Last week, Trudeau told a French-language newspaper that she wanted to do more for the […]

Canada’s Trudeau to end air strikes in Iraq, Syria

Canada’s Trudeau to end air strikes in Iraq, Syria

Special to WorldTribune.com Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty Canada will end air strikes targeting the Islamic State extremist group in Iraq and Syria and pull out six fighter jets within two weeks, Canada’s prime minister announced on February 8. Justin Trudeau said Canada would end its bombing mission by February 22 but military personnel […]

Forgettable fathers: Tribute to a wise teacher of life lessons

Forgettable fathers: Tribute to a wise teacher of life lessons

Special to WorldTribune.com By Grace Vuoto Fathers are like the pillars of a bridge — no one notices them unless they are not there. They are indispensable, mostly in so far as they selflessly serve others. The role of a father is not glamorous. And his value is easily overlooked, until the day he is […]

When international flights were diverted on Sept. 11, 2011, the population of Gander, Newfoundland suddenly doubled

When international flights were diverted on Sept. 11, 2011, the population of Gander, Newfoundland suddenly doubled

Special to WorldTribune.com Courtesy of Heartwarmers. by Michael Smith September 11, 2001, Shirley Brooks-Jones, a retired staff member at Ohio State university and two hundred and seventeen fellow passengers sat on Delta flight 15 from Germany to Atlanta, Georgia.   They sat in comfort, while unbeknownst to them, terrorists attacked the United States of America.  […]