The foreign policy debate that wasn’t and the Trump successes that were

The foreign policy debate that wasn’t and the Trump successes that were

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler Turn down the shouting, tone down the hype and tune in for a serious moment on U.S. foreign policy. In the closing stages of the seemingly perpetual U.S. Presidential election campaign, the final debate was slated to cover foreign policy — it really didn’t. But let’s first focus […]

Draining the swamp in ancient Rome: America’s Gracchi moment of truth

Draining the swamp in ancient Rome: America’s Gracchi moment of truth

Special to WorldTribune, October 26, 2020 By Mark S. Hunter “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” — President John F. Kennedy, 1962 Mark Twain reputedly quipped, “History does not repeat itself, but it rhymes.” Whoever actually said it, the rhyming of history is nowhere better illustrated that the resonance of […]

No, corporate media, the Chinese global pandemic is not just a U.S. problem

No, corporate media, the Chinese global pandemic is not just a U.S. problem

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler While recent flareups of the coronavirus have been spreading across large parts of the USA, Americans are hardly alone in facing the deadly pandemic. Though virus outbreaks are often presented by mainstream media outlets as a political validation of the contentious mask debate, leading European countries such as […]

Despite growing global outrage over Hong Kong, ‘re-education’ camps, China wins seat on Rights Council

Despite growing global outrage over Hong Kong, ‘re-education’ camps, China wins seat on Rights Council

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler Beijing’s widening human rights and political crackdowns in both Xinjiang Province and Hong Kong have underscored the People’s Republic of China’s pavlovian reaction involving any opposition towards the ruling communist regime. Though suppressing religious and political dissent is nothing new on the Chinese Mainland, its scope and intensity […]

This is personal, ‘good ole Joe’: You are a swamp-dweller and should stay in your basement

This is personal, ‘good ole Joe’: You are a swamp-dweller and should stay in your basement

Special to WorldTribune.com Commentary by John McNabb This morning I am watching Democrat senators attack Judge Barrett. Accusing her and seeking to diminish her by presuming to know that she will vote to end the ACA. What a demeaning gut shot to condemn her for something in the future. What arrogance and audacity to suggest […]

Fly didn’t bug the VP, but Pence certainly rattled nasty Kamala

Fly didn’t bug the VP, but Pence certainly rattled nasty Kamala

Special to WorldTribune.com Commentary by Bill Juneau Watching the Vice Presidential debate, we got a good look at the grimacing, smug grin and head shaking of Democratic candidate Kamala Harris who is relatively new on the national stage. She is Joe Biden’s selection as his running mate and the televised debate with Mike Pence, the […]

Yelp’s ‘Racist Behavior Alert’ business label a perfect fit for company drunk on its own wokeness

Yelp’s ‘Racist Behavior Alert’ business label a perfect fit for company drunk on its own wokeness

Special to WorldTribune.com Corporate WATCH By Joe Schaeffer Popular crowd-sourced business review site Yelp has upped the ante on the Woke feeding frenzy underway in Corporate America these days with its insane Oct. 8 announcement that it would be placing a “Business Accused of Racist Behavior Alert” on the Yelp pages of companies “when a […]

30 years after German reunification, ‘Danke to the American people’

30 years after German reunification, ‘Danke to the American people’

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler Germany’s reunification is now history. It seemed not so long ago that the Berlin Wall had fallen in 1989, Central European countries had regained their sovereignty through the freedom tsunami sweeping Europe, and unimaginably on Oct. 3, 1990, West and East Germany, the front line frontier of a very […]

Trump hated by Left for hitting where it hurts: The courts

Trump hated by Left for hitting where it hurts: The courts

Special to WorldTribune.com By Grace Vuoto President Donald Trump is at the climactic moment of his presidency: the opportunity to add another conservative judge to the Supreme Court. Since his election in 2016, he has steadily been transforming the American justice system — a legacy that will have a monumental impact on the nation over […]

About time: U.S. aggressively standing up to Chinese technology threats

About time: U.S. aggressively standing up to Chinese technology threats

FPI / October 1, 2020 Commentary by Jason Orestes The U.S. continues to be guns drawn against foreign technological threats and has taken impressive action lately against several Chinese companies. After trying to balance defending U.S. interests with just enough tact to not be incendiary, it appears the Trump administration has opted for direct, unbridled […]

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