Greatest Hits, No. 13: Huma’s back as documents reveal massive scale of Soros’ secret campaign

Greatest Hits, No. 13: Huma’s back as documents reveal massive scale of Soros’ secret campaign

by WorldTribune Staff, November 8, 2016 Hillary Clinton had her top aide back at her side for the Democratic presidential candidate’s final campaign stop. Huma Abedin was spotted for the first time in nearly a week boarding Clinton’s “Stronger Together” plane after a rally in Philadelphia on Nov. 7, Politico reported. Abedin had not been […]

Greatest Hits, No. 15: Going down: Hillary Clinton has already lost

Greatest Hits, No. 15: Going down: Hillary Clinton has already lost

Special to WorldTribune.com, September 20, 2016 Jeffrey T. Kuhner Hillary Clinton is illegitimate. Whether or not she wins in November, Clinton has forfeited the political credibility and moral authority to be our next president. Hillary may not know it, but she has already lost. Polls now show Donald Trump is surging; Clinton is plummeting. A […]

Turkey’s Erdoğan aggressively courting Team Trump

Turkey’s Erdoğan aggressively courting Team Trump

Special to WorldTribune.com By GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs staff in Ankara and Washinngton, D.C. Turkish President Reçep Tayyip Erdoğan has moved rapidly to recapture U.S. strategic support by wooing the incoming U.S. Administration of President-elect Donald J. Trump. President Erdoğan is attempting to stem Turkish economic collapse, Turkish expulsion from NATO, and total rejection of Turkey […]

Iran says it will pay half price for Boeing jetliners

Iran says it will pay half price for Boeing jetliners

Special to WorldTribune.com Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty Iran has said it will only pay half of the price announced for 80 new planes from U.S. firm Boeing. Iran’s official IRNA news agency quoted Deputy Transport Minister Asghar Fakhrieh Kashan as saying the country will only pay half of the $16.6 billion deal because […]

Greatest Hits, No. 16: Death of DNC lawsuit processor, earlier murder of DNC staffer spark conspiracy rumors

Greatest Hits, No. 16: Death of DNC lawsuit processor, earlier murder of DNC staffer spark conspiracy rumors

by WorldTribune Staff, August 5, 2016 Two mysterious deaths, the July 8 murder of a young Democratic staffer, and the Aug. 2 death of a man who served lawsuit papers to the Democratic National Committee (DNC), have stirred up a slew of conspiracy rumors on the web. Shawn Lucas, the man who served papers to […]

Greatest Hits, No. 17: China to finance Egypt’s $45 billion capital city in the desert

Greatest Hits, No. 17: China to finance Egypt’s $45 billion capital city in the desert

by WorldTribune Staff, September 30, 2016 Egypt’s plan to build a glittering new capital city in the desert was written off by many as nothing more than a dream for a country with a struggling economy. That dream, however, appears headed for reality after China stepped in to bankroll much of the $45 billion project. […]

Greatest Hits, No. 18: N.C. publisher sickened by his survey of 2016 campaign coverage

Greatest Hits, No. 18: N.C. publisher sickened by his survey of 2016 campaign coverage

Special to WorldTribune.com, August 28, 2016 For just one week, I perused 14 newspapers and found 119 anti-Trump articles – 25 from the New York Times, 16 from The Wall Street Journal, 22 from The Washington Post, 19 from USA Today (7 in one paper), 9 from the Los Angeles Times, and 8 from The […]

Greatest hits, No. 19: Lack of outrage noted as Western rancher shot down by Feds

Greatest hits, No. 19: Lack of outrage noted as Western rancher shot down by Feds

Special to WorldTribune.com, Feb. 4, 2016 I.M. Justice, Asheville Tribune Whatever the purpose of the protest, which I can guarantee you does not come out of empty paranoia but from very real and experienced knowledge of how vulnerable we are to federal power, I am shocked at how little courtesy a western rancher is shown. […]

Yankee go home, Yankee hang around: Mixed messages from East Asia

Yankee go home, Yankee hang around: Mixed messages from East Asia

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk The president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, is riding a populist wave with his declarations that he doesn’t need American military or commercial aid or agreements for U.S. forces to advise and assist the armed forces of the Philippines. He seems to want to reverse careful efforts on both […]