‘Conservative’ Cato analyst: Opposing the outsourcing of American jobs is bigotry

‘Conservative’ Cato analyst: Opposing the outsourcing of American jobs is bigotry

Special to WorldTribune.com Corporate WATCH By Joe Schaeffer If the mask had not already been completely lifted on the fictitious conservative standing of globalist free trade “libertarian” organizations such as the Cato Institute, a telling tweet this month has surely sealed the deal. David Bier is the point man on immigration for Cato, formerly called […]

2020 update on that ‘axis of evil’

2020 update on that ‘axis of evil’

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk A detail generally overlooked in all we’ve been reading about the misfired Iranian missile that brought down the Ukraine airliner with 176 people aboard: It was almost certainly made in North Korea and sold to Iran or made in Iran from a North Korean design and technology. The relationship […]

Sleepless in Pyongyang: Three reasons for Kim’s anxiety

Sleepless in Pyongyang: Three reasons for Kim’s anxiety

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk The killing of Qasem Soleimani by an American drone aircraft on orders from U.S. President Donald Trump as the Iranian general arrived in Baghdad to spur on Iran-backed Iraqi militia against the U.S. confronts Kim Jong-Un with serious problems. The first is that North Korea cannot publicize the episode […]

Back from the brink, again

Back from the brink, again

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler UNITED NATIONS — An eagerly anticipated UN Security Council meeting came in the nervous aftermath of America’s targeted killing of Iranian terrorist kingpin Qasem Soleimani by an armed U.S. drone. The rhetorical crescendo was building all week following Soleimani’s funeral cortege which wove its way across Iraq and […]

Decapitation? Assassination? Over in Pyongyang, Kim Jong-Un isn’t hung up on semantics

Decapitation? Assassination? Over in Pyongyang, Kim Jong-Un isn’t hung up on semantics

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk People who split hairs over semantics ask if decapitation is the same as assassination. The debate assumes relevance in the wake of the killing of the Iranian General Qassem Soleimani. No, he wasn’t exactly decapitated, meaning his head wasn’t literally cut off from the rest of his body though […]

George Soros and friends usher in the ‘New America’, old America be damned

George Soros and friends usher in the ‘New America’, old America be damned

Special to WorldTribune.com Corporate WATCH By Joe Schaeffer It has become clear in recent years that those seeking to create a “New America” are following a very precise playbook. A leftist organization funded to the tune of over $1 million by globalist billionaire George Soros espouses a litany of divisive progressive social causes. This same […]

Multinational capitalism and radical progressivism: 2 peas in a globalist pod

Multinational capitalism and radical progressivism: 2 peas in a globalist pod

Special to WorldTribune.com Corporate WATCH By Joe Schaeffer Year in Review: It’s frankly been nothing short of stunning to follow the thousands of threads available and track just how strongly committed well known corporate brands are to some of the most destructive agendas threatening America today. Since taking up this beat in June, we’ve detailed […]

Iran’s impeachment miscalculation

Iran’s impeachment miscalculation

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler UNITED NATIONS — A lethal lightning bolt pierced the Baghdad sky, as an American drone strike killed the terrorist Qasem Soleimani in an instant. The feared general of Iran’s infamous Revolutionary Guards external operations Quds force, was vaporized by the U.S. in retaliation for the unsuccessful attack on […]

Scary trends in once anti-communist South Korea

Scary trends in once anti-communist South Korea

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk From the viewpoint of a foreigner, one common denominator marks South Korea’s seismic shifts from left to right, liberal to conservative, socialist to capitalist. That is the level of authoritarianism, the threat of dictatorial rule, the demands for complete loyalty if not subservience to one particular viewpoint or another. […]

Looking ahead to 2020: Standoffs, abuse, hope

Looking ahead to 2020: Standoffs, abuse, hope

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler NEW YORK — Peering into the crystal snow globe, it’s time to predict, prognosticate and presage into the year ahead.  Without a pun we need the proverbial 2020 vision to decipher the political and security landscape that awaits us in the new year with both long running static […]

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