America was built on now-clean coal energy; Biden ban not heeded by China, Europe

America was built on now-clean coal energy; Biden ban not heeded by China, Europe

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore The one promise that President Joe Biden has faithfully kept is his pledge to “close down” fossil fuels. We get two-thirds of our energy in America from fossil fuels, and almost one-third of our power comes from coal. That’s quadruple the amount of energy we get from wind and […]

You keep lyin’ when you oughta be truthin’: How to identify the liars

You keep lyin’ when you oughta be truthin’: How to identify the liars

Special to WorldTribune.com Dennis Prager [EDITOR’S NOTE: The headline reference, ‘You keep lyin’ when you oughta be truthin’, comes from the Nancy Sinatra song, ‘These boots are made for walking’] In a recent Fireside Chat — my weekly podcast for PragerU, half of which is dedicated to my taking questions from (mostly) young people around […]

One facet of China’s unrestricted hybrid war on America — TikTok

One facet of China’s unrestricted hybrid war on America — TikTok

Special to WorldTribune, November 8, 2022 Commentary by Laurence F Sanford Just because Chinese bombs are not falling and soldiers are not marching (yet) on America does not mean there is no war against America. China is waging unrestricted war on the United States. From the theft of military and industrial secrets to the poisoning […]

UN panel spotlights Beijing’s rights abuses against Muslim communities in Xinjiang

UN panel spotlights Beijing’s rights abuses against Muslim communities in Xinjiang

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler A high-level UN panel has slammed Beijing’s ongoing and egregious human rights abuses in the western Xinjiang regions of the People’s Republic.  China’s human rights violations have been committed through the use of “severe and undue restrictions” that are “characterized by a discriminatory component, as the underlying acts […]

Those responsible for disastrous lockdown policies are praying voters have amnesia

Those responsible for disastrous lockdown policies are praying voters have amnesia

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore A big issue that has emerged in the final days of the midterm election campaigns is the lockdowns of our schools and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The public saw with the abysmal test scores of our children the severe and lasting damage done. Voters are angry, and they […]

World’s ‘largest and most lethal dictatorship’ crowns Emperor Xi

World’s ‘largest and most lethal dictatorship’ crowns Emperor Xi

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler In the grand political choreography that defines China, the recently concluded 20th Chinese Communist Party Congress in Beijing presented a spectacular show but with a very predictable conclusion. Set in Beijing’s huge Great Hall of the People, the trappings, the ritual and the rites of the People’s Republic […]

Oh no! Columnist Michelle Malkin cancels ‘sold out’, homogenized American journalism

Oh no! Columnist Michelle Malkin cancels ‘sold out’, homogenized American journalism

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin When I first started writing newspaper editorials and columns for the Los Angeles Daily News in November 1992, I learned that “-30-” (pronounced “dash thirty dash”) was the journalist’s code for letting an editor know where your copy ended. Most media historians believe the typesetting mark originated when news […]

Intentional? Team Biden’s seven-step plan to destroy America

Intentional? Team Biden’s seven-step plan to destroy America

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore Everywhere I go, people are mystified about President Joe Biden’s economic agenda. So few of the policies comport with basic common sense that I’m asked the same question over and over: Is Biden intentionally trying to take a wrecking ball to the economy? Is this all part of some […]

UN Assembly elects new human rights guardians

UN Assembly elects new human rights guardians

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler The UN General Assembly just concluded its election for fourteen new members in the Human Rights Council.  Delegates have chosen a conclave of candidates who sit in somber judgement of global freedoms and virtues, though ironically, many of these new members selected are actually among the very abusers […]