Gloom: A world of uncertainty and in America, a union that may not hold

Gloom: A world of uncertainty and in America, a union that may not hold

Special to WorldTribune.com Editor’s Note: The following analysis echoes assessments heard last week in Washington from normally upbeat insiders. One former CIA analyst who held senior posts in an Democrat administration wonders if the U.S. will survive and doesn’t want to eywitness its demise. Another veteran warrior, in but not of the “Swamp”, suggested that […]

Sacrifice-II: Ordinary but exceptional people died in the Las Vegas slaughter

Sacrifice-II: Ordinary but exceptional people died in the Las Vegas slaughter

by WorldTribune Staff, Oct. 15, 2017 Second of Two Parts  [Part I – Sacrifice: The forgotten victims of the Las Vegas massacre had lives] The Oct. 1 massacre in Las Vegas killed 58 people and wounded 489 at the Route 91 Harvest festival. Four days later the The Clark County Coroner released the names of […]

Crowns vs chaos: Brexit and Trump repudiated governance by ‘urban globalists’

Crowns vs chaos: Brexit and Trump repudiated governance by ‘urban globalists’

Special to WorldTribune.com By Gregory R. Copley, Editor, GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs What form of governance is “best”? What is most durable? What is most equitable? What produces the best economic results? These questions are usually posed — and the answers are usually imposed — as though a universally applicable model could be found by […]

Wild card: Canada fought N. Korea, now lacks defenses against missile attack

Wild card: Canada fought N. Korea, now lacks defenses against missile attack

by WorldTribune Staff, September 3, 2017 Canada, which participated in the Korean War and is still technically at war with North Korea, faces a “unique vulnerability” should Pyongyang decide to target the Great White North, an analyst said. “At present, Canada does not possess any means to deter or counter” a North Korean nuclear ballistic […]

Erasing history: Ontario teachers want name of Canadian founding father removed from schools

Erasing history: Ontario teachers want name of Canadian founding father removed from schools

by WorldTribune Staff, August 24, 2017 A debate similar to the removal of Confederate monuments in the United States is playing out in Canada. Sir John A. Macdonald was Canada’s first prime minister and is considered one of the nation’s founding fathers. He is credited with having joined the eastern and western parts of Canada […]

Wounded U.S. soldier: Justin Trudeau guilty of treason for rewarding terrorist

Wounded U.S. soldier: Justin Trudeau guilty of treason for rewarding terrorist

by WorldTribune Staff, July 10, 2017 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s rewarding of $8 million in cash and a formal apology to a terrorist who attacked a compound in Afghanistan where Americans and Canadians were serving is “something a traitor would do,” a U.S. soldier who was wounded by the terrorist said. Layne Morris, who […]

Gender ideology is now the law of the land in Canada: Using wrong pronoun a hate crime

Gender ideology is now the law of the land in Canada: Using wrong pronoun a hate crime

by WorldTribune Staff, June 19, 2017 Canada’s Senate passed a bill that places “gender identity” and “gender expression” into the country’s Human Rights Code and the hate crime category of its Criminal Code. Bill C-16 passed by a vote of 67-11 and now only needs royal assent from the governor general to become law. “Great […]

Sixty percent of Taliban funding said derived from illegal opium trade

Sixty percent of Taliban funding said derived from illegal opium trade

by WorldTribune Staff, April 30, 2017 The Taliban relies heavily on the illicit opium trade from which it generates as much as 60 percent of its funding, according to the U.S. military. But politically correct polices at the Pentagon have prevented U.S. military actions to eliminate the lucrative and illicit opium crops at the source. […]

Trump plays hardball, wins renegotiation of NAFTA

Trump plays hardball, wins renegotiation of NAFTA

by WorldTribune Staff, April 27, 2017 Canada and Mexico have agreed to U.S. President Donald Trump’s terms to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The White House announced on April 26 that Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau “agreed to proceed swiftly, according to their required internal procedures, […]

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 […]