Biden-linked Sinopec sets fracking records . . . in China

Biden-linked Sinopec sets fracking records . . . in China

Analysis by WorldTribune Staff, December 10, 2021 Joe Biden’s energy policy which systematically reversed that of President Donald Trump, has been very rewarding — for Russia and China … and Hunter Biden. Average Americans? Not so much. Team Biden’s assault on American energy independence started with the cancellation of the critical Keystone XL Pipeline and […]

Army weighs new strategy as military balance on Taiwan Strait now favors China

Army weighs new strategy as military balance on Taiwan Strait now favors China

FPI / December 9, 2021 Geostrategy-Direct At risk of losing a war with China while trying to defend Taiwan, the United States can deter a Chinese takeover of the geostrategic island nation via a strategy of non-military “deterrence by punishment,” the U.S. Army said in a journal report. The military balance across the 100-mile Taiwan […]

HHS releases 2018 Fauci agency application for coronavirus research

HHS releases 2018 Fauci agency application for coronavirus research

FPI / December 8, 2021 By Judicial Watch Judicial Watch announced that it received 221 pages of records from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) which include a grant application for research involving the coronavirus that was submitted in 2018. The grant application appears to describe “gain of function” research involving RNA extractions […]

Pearl Harbor ‘moments’ then and now as the ‘greatest generation’ fades from view

Pearl Harbor ‘moments’ then and now as the ‘greatest generation’ fades from view

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler The thunderclap came on an early Sunday morning.  Amidst the idyllic and serene Pacific setting of Hawaii, Imperial Japan launched a surprise and devastating carrier-based air attack on the U.S. fleet moored at Pearl Harbor, outside Honolulu. December 7, 1941 would be the date which would live in […]

Democrats won’t let slavery get in the way of a possible climate deal

Democrats won’t let slavery get in the way of a possible climate deal

by WorldTribune Staff, December 6, 2021 Democrats are blocking legislation introduced by Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio that would ban the U.S. import of products made with Chinese slave labor. Team Biden is concerned Rubio’s proposal would “torpedo climate negotiations” with the communists, the Washington Free Beacon reported on Dec. 2. John Kerry, Team Biden’s […]

China threat against U.S. officials visiting Taiwan recalls 1983 downing of KAL airliner

China threat against U.S. officials visiting Taiwan recalls 1983 downing of KAL airliner

FPI / December 1, 2021 Geostrategy-Direct By Richard Fisher China used its official media to hint that it would use its air force possibly to shoot down aircraft carrying United States officials visiting Taiwan. While the Biden Administration has yet to respond that that suggestion, and probably will not in order to avoid showing fear, […]

Penn swimmer who competed as man for 3 years now rules the women’s pool after identifying as female

Penn swimmer who competed as man for 3 years now rules the women’s pool after identifying as female

by WorldTribune Staff, December 1, 2021 As a freshman, sophomore, and junior, Will Thomas competed for the University of Pennsylvania men’s swimming team with varying results. After taking a year off to transition, Thomas returned to U Penn’s team as a female swimmer named Lia and has been dominating the competition. In a Nov. 20 […]

China’s confiscatory strategy for Third World pays off as Uganda loses airport

China’s confiscatory strategy for Third World pays off as Uganda loses airport

by WorldTribune Staff, November 30, 2021 Uganda has lost its only international airport to China for failing to repay a loan, reports say. A delegation of Ugandan officials traveled to China earlier this year in an attempt to renegotiate the clauses of a $207 million loan agreement to expand the airport which was made in […]

With NASA delays, China could win new Moon race with strategic consequences

With NASA delays, China could win new Moon race with strategic consequences

FPI / November 25, 2021 Geostrategy-Direct By Richard Fisher Over the last week the “new race” to the Moon got closer, with the United States announcing delays and China hinting at an acceleration. Absent leadership and commitment by the Biden Administration, it is beginning to look like China could actually “beat” the United States back […]

Reports: Hunter Biden cashed in as Joe surrendered cobalt mines to China

Reports: Hunter Biden cashed in as Joe surrendered cobalt mines to China

by WorldTribune Staff, November 22, 2021 Hunter Biden raked in the cash as he assisted communist China in its pursuit of controlling the supply of cobalt after his father, Joe Biden, had publicly warned that America’s electric car development could be threatened by China’s control of the precious resource, reports say. According to mining.com, the […]