Limbaugh: FBI too busy with Steele dossier to investigate Florida shooter

Limbaugh: FBI too busy with Steele dossier to investigate Florida shooter

by WorldTribune Staff, February 16, 2018 The FBI confirmed that in 2017 it had received information on a YouTube comment made by someone named Nikolas Cruz. The comment said: “I’m going to be a professional school shooter.” On Feb. 14, Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida Rush […]

Brainwashed millennials: Time to declare academic bias a national crisis

Brainwashed millennials: Time to declare academic bias a national crisis

Special to WorldTribune.com By Frank Vernuccio, Fairfax Free Citizen Academia has, for many decades, been a bastion of leftist orthodoxy. But the current extremity of its actions and beliefs have reached a level that should trouble the majority of Americans, and call into question the wisdom of funding, through taxes, tuition, grants, or donations, of […]

Sister of homicidal North Korean dictator is the new queen of cool for MSM

Sister of homicidal North Korean dictator is the new queen of cool for MSM

by WorldTribune Staff, February 13, 2018 CNN said she was “stealing the show” at the Winter Olympics. A Washington Post reporter praised her for “throwing shade” at U.S. Vice President Mike Pence. The New York Times said she got the best of Pence just with her smile. Reuters awarded her the “diplomatic gold medal.” The […]

Two Americas download contrasting coverage of colliding Washington scandals

Two Americas download contrasting coverage of colliding Washington scandals

by WorldTribune Staff, February 12, 2018 The major media, which have provided non-stop top billing to the Trump-Russia collusion story, has been quiet about the FBI’s questionable behavior in the Trump investigation. The two major and conflicting narratives, each of blockbuster dimensions, have almost mutually exclusive audiences each of which rely on contrasting news sources […]

NBC forced to apologize to the Korean people for the ‘ignorance’ of its Asia Correspondent

NBC forced to apologize to the Korean people for the ‘ignorance’ of its Asia Correspondent

by WorldTribune Staff, February 11, 2018 NBC issued an apology after one of its Olympics correspondents infuriated Koreans by saying “every Korean” is thankful for Japan’s key contributions in the resurgence of South Korea as a nation. NBC Asia Correspondent Joshua Cooper Ramo made the comment during the Opening Ceremony on Feb. 9, setting off […]

Comey’s $2 million book deal: Did the FBI approve publication?

Comey’s $2 million book deal: Did the FBI approve publication?

by WorldTribune Staff, February 9, 2018 Flatiron Books, the publisher of former FBI Director James Comey’s upcoming book, said the fired director explores “what good, ethical leadership looks like, and how it drives sound decisions.” A government watchdog group wants to know if Comey, who received a reported $2 million advance for “Higher Loyalty: Truth, […]

‘Second-class dreamers’: Why the ruling class did not mourn death of Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson

‘Second-class dreamers’: Why the ruling class did not mourn death of Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson

Special to WorldTribune.com Jeffrey T. Kuhner Edwin Jackson was a linebacker for the Indianapolis Colts. He had just finished his second year in the NFL. His future was full of promise. Yet, he was killed on Super Bowl Sunday by an illegal immigrant drunk driver from Guatemala. Jackson was a Dreamer too. His dreams are […]

Former Comey assistant leaves FBI to defend agency at CNN

Former Comey assistant leaves FBI to defend agency at CNN

by WorldTribune Staff, February 7, 2018 An FBI agent who was an assistant to former Director James Comey left the Bureau in order to defend it against “political attacks” in his new job as an analyst with CNN, a report said. A flyer from the farewell party of agent Josh Campbell informed party attendees of […]

‘Sorry Dear Leader’: Superbowl banned ad linking Bitcoin security and Kim Jong-Un

‘Sorry Dear Leader’: Superbowl banned ad linking Bitcoin security and Kim Jong-Un

by WorldTribune Staff, February 5, 2018 The NFL sacked a Super Bowl ad by a Bitcoin company that featured an actor portraying North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. The ad says: “North Korea’s top hacker has been totally unable to steal AML BitCoin for two days and Kim is mad.” The actor, who bears a striking […]

Facebook dramatically increases advertising revenues as reader usage declines

Facebook dramatically increases advertising revenues as reader usage declines

by WorldTribune Staff, February 1, 2018 Facebook’s advertising revenues increased by 49 percent in 2017 even though the number of users and the time spent by users on the site decreased. The trend shifts followed changes to the “algorithms” governing content distribution and impacting the bottom lines of competing news organizations, reports say. Meanwhile the […]

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