Journalists’ lives at risk in Ortega’s socialist Nicaragua

Journalists’ lives at risk in Ortega’s socialist Nicaragua

by WorldTribune Staff, December 11, 2018 Since anti-government protests broke out in socialist Nicaragua in April, more than 270 people have been killed and 2,000 injured. The world is aware of the situation thanks in large part to the nation’s independent media outlets. The Free Oress has now become a major target of President Daniel […]

The year’s most popular story touched a deep chord with the American public

The year’s most popular story touched a deep chord with the American public

by WorldTribune Staff, Dec. 3, 2018 There’s a compelling human dimension to all major news stories, and the life experience of a young woman name Nadia Murad is a powerful example. Remarkably, her story was ignored by the massive media enterprises that wanted to focus American’s attention elsewhere. But it was not ignored by WorldTribune.com […]

Google gods after 2016 debacle: ‘Let’s make sure we reverse things in four years’

Google gods after 2016 debacle: ‘Let’s make sure we reverse things in four years’

by WorldTribune Staff, November 30, 2018 In the wake of President Donald Trump’s election victory, Google employees debated whether to downgrade conservative media outlets in the company’s search function to guard against a Trump repeat in 2020, a report said. “Internal Google discussions went beyond expressing remorse over Clinton’s loss to actually discussing ways Google could prevent […]

CNN sues the president: What does news have to do with it?

CNN sues the president: What does news have to do with it?

by WorldTribune Staff, November 14, 2018 CNN, in a lawsuit filed on Nov. 13, accused President Donald Trump and other White House officials including White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders of violating CNN personality Jim Acosta’s First and Fifth Amendment rights by revoking his White House press credentials. Pundits and “media experts” have launched […]

Oops: Mainstream Media professionals are disproportionately white and male

Oops: Mainstream Media professionals are disproportionately white and male

by WorldTribune Staff, November 4, 2018 Turns out the corporate media which is quick to rail against any one or thing that lacks or does not promote diversity is not very diverse, according a new survey. The news industry is 77 percent white and 61 percent male, the Pew Research Center said. Overall, the U.S. workforce […]

Media silence as gang rape survivor from northern Iraq wins Nobel Peace Prize

Media silence as gang rape survivor from northern Iraq wins Nobel Peace Prize

by WorldTribune Staff, October 17, 2018 News that Yazidi sex slave survivor Nadia Murad has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war barely registered on the American media radar screen. Murad was abducted in northern Iraq in August 2014, when Islamic State […]

‘Fed up’ California newspaper answers Democrat ‘agitator’, endorses opponent

‘Fed up’ California newspaper answers Democrat ‘agitator’, endorses opponent

by WorldTribune Staff, October 22, 2018 Saying it was tired of being bullied by a “Democratic political agitator,” a California newspaper has endorsed incumbent Republican Rep. Steve Knight over Democrat challenger Katie Hill in California’s 25th congressional district. The Santa Clarita Valley Signal said in an Oct. 21 editorial titled “Fed Up with Bullies, We Endorse […]

Report: Washington Post knowingly ran false information in continuing Kavanaugh coverage

Report: Washington Post knowingly ran false information in continuing Kavanaugh coverage

by WorldTribune Staff, October 19, 2018 The Washington Post ran with a story suggesting that Georgetown Prep was hiring a director of alumni relations to handle the fallout from the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh despite a spokesperson for the school telling the Post the job posting was listed before any accusations […]

Unfair and unbalanced: Check out headline list at Washington Post’s Opinion section

Unfair and unbalanced: Check out headline list at Washington Post’s Opinion section

by WorldTribune Staff, October 18, 2018 Are opinion columnists at owner Jeff Bezos’ Washington Post required to publish anti-Trump diatribes according to a quota system? In a blog post for the Washington Free Beacon, Andrew Stiles on Oct. 18 provided a headline list by columnists since July 2018: Eugene Robinson (Columnist focusing on politics and culture) […]

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