Remember fallen heroes who sacrificed all for our freedoms that ‘are on the line today’

Remember fallen heroes who sacrificed all for our freedoms that ‘are on the line today’

By John McNabb, May 26, 2024 [Editor’s Note: Columnist John McNabb is a 2024 recipient of the Horatio Alger Award and was awarded the Press Freedom Prize in 2023 by Free Press Foundation. Following are excerpts from his Memorial Day tribute on May 28, 2023.] Last year on Memorial Day I warned that our nation […]

The Argentina solution tops the list of how to end our inflation nightmare in early 2025

The Argentina solution tops the list of how to end our inflation nightmare in early 2025

Special to WorldTribune.com Commentary by Wayne Allyn Root, May 23, 2024 Inflation is a disaster. It is destroying our economy. It is destroying our paychecks and buying power. It is destroying the great American middle class. It is destroying our retirement plans. And it’s destroying jobs. President Joe Biden claims we are creating jobs. We […]

Palestine’s UN membership: Political theater continues

Palestine’s UN membership: Political theater continues

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler, May 20, 2024 The United Nations General Assembly massively endorsed a plan which brings the State of Palestine one step closer to full membership in the 193-member multinational body. In a lopsided vote of 143 to 9 with 23 abstentions, the Assembly passed a resolution which seemingly puts […]

GOP ‘leaders’ show up to ‘support’ Trump, several months late

GOP ‘leaders’ show up to ‘support’ Trump, several months late

Special to WorldTribune.com By Grace Vuoto, May 18, 2024 This week, Republican members of Congress traveled to New York City to bolster former President Donald Trump during an unprecedented trial that has been underway for weeks. But were these GOP leaders really there to help him or did they add another layer of theatrics, compounding […]

Joseph Pulitzer’s legacy: Fake news?

Joseph Pulitzer’s legacy: Fake news?

Special to WorldTribune.com By Bill Juneau, May 14, 2024     Contract With Our Readers The 2023-24 winners of Pulitzer Prizes for outstanding reporting of the news have been announced and the pace-setters in the hard news category were the New York Times and the Washington Post. The acclaimed winners from the nation’s most powerful left wing […]

Chairman Xi in Paris: After the Cognac, a cool reception

Chairman Xi in Paris: After the Cognac, a cool reception

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler, May 12, 2024 Paris in the Springtime! A perfect setting and venue for China’s Chairman Xi Jinping to visit to discuss geopolitics and commerce with French President Emmanuel Macron on whose politically pivotal position inside the European Union remains crucial. But first the pomp and splendor of his […]

Biden is making many remember a president they were happy to forget

Biden is making many remember a president they were happy to forget

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore, May 9, 2024 Everything that is happening in our fractured nation today seems so worrisomely reminiscent of America’s last lost decade — the 1970s. For those who don’t remember, the late 1970s under part-time President Gerald Ford and then much worse under President Jimmy Carter was one economic and […]

The ‘great replacement’ voters (who do not show up in polling data)

The ‘great replacement’ voters (who do not show up in polling data)

Special to WorldTribune.com Commentary by Wayne Allyn Root, May 6, 2024 I recently gave a speech about open borders, why it’s happening, who benefits, and what’s behind it — “the great replacement.” My speech was delivered at a conservative conference put on by and attended by sheriffs from across the USA. My speech brought down […]

Blinken blinkered in Beijing

Blinken blinkered in Beijing

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler, May 5, 2024 Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited China for whirlwind discussions with the People’s Republic political grandees in Shanghai and Beijing with the hope of “stabilizing the relationship” between both countries. So into the Beijing/ Washington political turbulence Sec. Blinken flew, to smooth the Sino/American political […]