Indian Bar Assoc. moves against WHO scientist: ‘Deliberately suppressed’ ivermectin data

Indian Bar Assoc. moves against WHO scientist: ‘Deliberately suppressed’ ivermectin data

Special to WorldTribune, June 11, 2021 Commentary by R. Clinton Ohlers Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, the Chief Scientist at the World Health Organization, has been served legal notice of a suit against her by the Indian Bar Association for spreading false information about the drug ivermectin. Swaminathan is the author of more than 350 peer-reviewed publications […]

Asheville, NC Mom speaks out after elected sheriff denied parents entry to school board meeting

Asheville, NC Mom speaks out after elected sheriff denied parents entry to school board meeting

Special to WorldTribune  Commentary by Tamara Parker, June 8, 2020 [Editor’s Note: A group of parents in Buncombe County in North Carolina called on the county sheriff and all school board members to resign after they were restricted from attending and speaking at recent school board meetings. In a press release sent to WorldTribune.com, the […]

Study finds ‘staggering’ number of American lives could have been saved with hydroxychloroquine

Study finds ‘staggering’ number of American lives could have been saved with hydroxychloroquine

Special to WorldTribune, May 6, 2021 Analysis by R. Clinton Ohlers A new study provides further evidence that the drug hydroxychloroquine saves lives and could have been doing so on a large scale in the United States throughout the pandemic. Estimates suggest at least 100,000 could have been saved. The study headed by Dr. Stephen […]

They sacrificed their futures, and we will never forget them

They sacrificed their futures, and we will never forget them

Special to WorldTribune.com By John McNabb, May 30, 2021 It’s Memorial Day again. The day seems to come faster each year, and 2021 is especially poignant because our nation is in uncharted waters. For me and many of my friends, Memorial Day is not a holiday.  It’s a time to remember and be thankful for our […]

What’s a white normative man with children to do?

What’s a white normative man with children to do?

Special to WorldTribune.com Commentary by Alexander Maistrovoy …His name may be Paul, Scott, Kurtz or Giacomo. He might live in Chicago or New York, Melbourne or Paris, Milan or Vienna, Madrid or Ottawa. He has a European background and a good profession. He has achieved everything on his own and considers himself an accomplished person. […]

George Floyd, Derek Chauvin and the American system of justice

George Floyd, Derek Chauvin and the American system of justice

Special to WorldTribune.com By Bill Juneau In America, criminal defendants are accorded the presumption of innocence and are promised a fair and impartial jury trial by their peers. Is that what Derek Chauvin, 44, a police officer with 18 years on the job received as he was found guilty by a jury of two counts of murder and […]

Has Turkey’s Erdogan finally overplayed his hand?

Has Turkey’s Erdogan finally overplayed his hand?

Special to WorldTribune, May 11, 2021 Analysis by Eric Clary An entire century has passed since the Armenian genocide began, yet the Biden administration has suddenly felt compelled to officially recognize it. The atrocity that occurred between 1915-23 means few if any genocide survivors are still alive. While descendants of survivors welcome the administration’s gestures, […]

‘Middle Class Joe’ no more: Biden’s rise in dollars and cents

‘Middle Class Joe’ no more: Biden’s rise in dollars and cents

Special to WorldTribune.com By Bill Juneau When veteran senator, Joe Biden, signed on as vice president and partner to President Barack Obama in 2008, he had a net worth of $27,000. After eight years in that office, he still pushed his persona as “Middle Class Joe,” just a regular guy fit for association with the […]

Court documents on voting machine used in Michigan have relevance for nation-wide investigations

Court documents on voting machine used in Michigan have relevance for nation-wide investigations

Special to WorldTribune, May 9, 2021 By R. Clinton Ohlers Multiple developments in the election fraud case in the small Michigan county of Antrim this week hold significance for investigations into nation-wide election fraud in the 2020 presidential race. The election fraud lawsuit headed by lawyer Matthew DePerno took a major step forward on May […]

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