Strange but true: Americans mistrust election results more than citizens in any other democracy

Strange but true: Americans mistrust election results more than citizens in any other democracy

Special to WorldTribune.com Dennis Prager, June 16, 2024 Last week, 27 European nations voted for their representatives in the European Parliament. If you were aware of this, did you happen to notice that there were no allegations of cheating in any European country? If you are on the Left, you might respond that there were […]

From Normandy’s spirit of courage, sacrifice and victory to a Biden-Macron spectacle

From Normandy’s spirit of courage, sacrifice and victory to a Biden-Macron spectacle

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler, June 12, 2024 The somber but uplifting commemorations of the D-Day landings in Normandy, now eighty years ago, shed light on the historic Allied victory of arms, men and spirit. For American Presidents, D-Day serves as a talismanic singular moment in WWII which saw the successful Allied landings […]

‘The Chosen One’: New music video goes there

‘The Chosen One’: New music video goes there

Special to WorldTribune.com Commentary by Wayne Allyn Root, June 12, 2024 A new song and music video is out this week, poised to become the theme song for the legend and greatest of all time known as President Donald J. Trump. The controversial new song and music video declares President Trump as “the Chosen One.” […]

De Niro: Unflattering character references for a diminished actor

De Niro: Unflattering character references for a diminished actor

Special to WorldTribune.com By Bill Juneau, June 9, 2024 I am lacking for any real credentials which would allow me to assess the character of actor, Robert De Niro. He is 80- years-old and has been around Hollywood for many years and has starred and appeared in many award winning flicks. He is the winner […]

Democrats awakened the ‘Sleeping Giant’ and turned Trump into America’s Nelson Mandela

Democrats awakened the ‘Sleeping Giant’ and turned Trump into America’s Nelson Mandela

Special to WorldTribune.com Commentary by Wayne Allyn Root, June 6, 2024 Remember what the Japanese Adm. Isoroku Yamamoto said after his airmen had destroyed Pearl Harbor and sent over 3,000 young Americans to their death in a sneak attack? His men cheered their resounding victory. But he solemnly stated, “I fear all we have done […]

Modi’s magic narrowly scores another electoral win in India

Modi’s magic narrowly scores another electoral win in India

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler, June 5, 2024 This year has turned out be the time of major elections; Mexico, South Africa, Taiwan, European Union, Pakistan, Russia, soon the United Kingdom and in November the United States. And now India, probably the world’s most populous country, has just finished national elections for parliament,  […]

Hey Joe, what did all those billions for green energy actually buy?

Hey Joe, what did all those billions for green energy actually buy?

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore, June 4, 2024 The Biden administration has spent tens of billions of dollars on green energy, yet last year the U.S. and the world used record amounts of fossil fuels. That would seem to be prima facie evidence that this “great transition” to renewable energy has so far been […]

What if President Trump authorized use of ‘deadly force’ and an FBI raid on Obama’s DC mansion?

What if President Trump authorized use of ‘deadly force’ and an FBI raid on Obama’s DC mansion?

Special to WorldTribune.com Commentary by Wayne Allyn Root, May 31, 2024 Where are the calls for the immediate resignation of FBI Chief Christopher Wray and Justice Department Chief/Attorney General Merrick Garland? I [fully expected last week] to see headlines announcing either the resignations of this country’s top law enforcement officers or, at the very least, […]

On June 27, will voters see the real or the ‘jacked up’ Joe Biden?

On June 27, will voters see the real or the ‘jacked up’ Joe Biden?

Special to WorldTribune.com By Bill Juneau, May 29, 2024 Frozen in the eyes and minds of many Americans is the bumbling and fumbling public appearances of President Biden. There were times when on a public stage, the President seemed to be wandering about, ignored by others. At other moments, he seemed to be searching for […]

Why the South Pacific rumblings in New Caledonia? China

Why the South Pacific rumblings in New Caledonia? China

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler, May 28, 2024 New Caledonia, a remote French overseas territory in the South Pacific, is not often in the news. It’s even less common when you see the truly unexpected cast of characters placing this small island group into an unwanted limelight. The trigger for the recent troubles […]

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