Opinion: Consolidation of wealth threatens civilization: Richest 26 people control $1.4 trillion

Opinion: Consolidation of wealth threatens civilization: Richest 26 people control $1.4 trillion

Special to WorldTribune.com By Norman Bailey The downfall of all the great civilizations has often been credited to external forces, such as the barbarian tribes that overran the western half of the Roman Empire in the fifth century CE. In fact, such external forces are always facilitated and preceded by internal social, political and economic […]

Shame on the party that loves power and hates America

Shame on the party that loves power and hates America

Special to WorldTribune.com, January 30, 2019 By John McNabb President Trump had just reopened the Federal Government when Chuck Schumer, taking a victory lap, let loose with a memorable comment. For the Democrat obstructionists, he intoned,  “unity is our power.” He was also quoted as saying that “no one should ever underestimate Pelosi.” I believe […]

The new totalitarianism: Identity politics, as the gateway to Islamic theocracies

The new totalitarianism: Identity politics, as the gateway to Islamic theocracies

Special to WorldTribune.com By Alexander Maistrovoy In the fall of 2015, a rather curious incident took place in Israel’s Knesset. A leader of the Arab party (Balad), Jamal Zahalka furiously attacked the Left. “You won’t even greet me. You are a racist! … The far right is amicable at least: they say hello and smile […]

2 years of Trump: Personal foibles? Yes; Policy success? More so

2 years of Trump: Personal foibles? Yes; Policy success? More so

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE: Countdown: Top stories of 2018 Special to WorldTribune.com By Norman Bailey President Donald Trump’s administration has been characterized by personal failings and policy successes. Donald J. Trump has been president of the United States for almost two years. He is currently beset with multiple problems having to do with his […]

The Khashoggi murder in perspective

The Khashoggi murder in perspective

Special to WorldTribune.com By Norman Bailey Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder was a heinous crime, but Israel’s rapprochement with the Gulf states is far more significant. Two events have taken place within the last few weeks. One is potentially of immense significance and the other is not. The first consists of the many indications that […]

McNabb: Civil discourse a must as the ‘Left and their media brethren howl’

McNabb: Civil discourse a must as the ‘Left and their media brethren howl’

Special to WorldTribune.com, October 12, 2018 By John McNabb Editors’ Note: The following address by the author was prepared for the “Best of the Best” Awards Celebration for business leaders in Wake Forest, NC on Oct. 11. The aftermath of Hurricane Michael caused a power outage, cutting short the event before these remarks could be […]

Clowns, pencil pushers, and a coup de e’tat in the USA

Clowns, pencil pushers, and a coup de e’tat in the USA

Special to WorldTribune.com, September 19, 2018 By John McNabb The leftist media headlines read like the Funny Papers in the old printed media lexicon. Hurricane Florence is President Trump’s fault? In fact, all hurricanes are his fault due to his leadership in extracting the United States from the Paris Climate Treaty which wouldn’t have helped […]

Unhinged: ‘Progressive’ Left can’t handle real progress under Trump

Unhinged: ‘Progressive’ Left can’t handle real progress under Trump

Special to WorldTribune.com, September 9, 2018 By John McNabb Sen. John McCain was laid to rest at The United States Naval Academy on Sept. 2, after an exhaustive four days of ceremony and Trump bashing. On the heels of that spectacle was four days of Senate hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh leading to his certain […]

‘Notorious’ RBG: Equal rights for women but not unwanted ‘populations’

‘Notorious’ RBG: Equal rights for women but not unwanted ‘populations’

Special to WorldTribune.com By Loredana Vuoto Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is “notoriously” celebrated for championing equal rights for women. But the philosophy that launched her career and turned her into a liberal icon does not apply to the unborn and other unwanted people. “RBG” — the latest documentary that portrays Ginsburg as a “superhero” — […]

Libya then and now: Benghazi ignited Americans’ distrust in their government

Libya then and now: Benghazi ignited Americans’ distrust in their government

Special to WorldTribune.com, August 1, 2018 By John McNabb In 2007 just before the November presidential election, I was serving as Chairman of an international energy contractor that had been in existence for over one hundred years and had operated in over sixty countries during that span. Some of my senior team accompanied me on […]