Part III: Scrutiny of NC voting data — Not just what, but when

Part III: Scrutiny of NC voting data — Not just what, but when

Analysis by David W. Goetze Special to WorldTribune, March 27, 2019 It’s not just what the data says, but when it says it. I imagine no candidate who ran for election in November of 2018 had any clue on Election Night when races were being called and conceded that over 33,000 Provisional Ballots had been […]

Part II: Scrutiny of NC voting data raises questions that remain unanswered

Part II: Scrutiny of NC voting data raises questions that remain unanswered

Analysis by David W. Goetze Special to WorldTribune, March 25, 2019 It is important to understand the critical distinction between election fraud and voter fraud to fully understand what is happening, why it is happening, and likely who is behind it all. Voter Fraud is what people do at the polls — illegals voting, voting […]

Scrutiny of NC voting data raises questions that remain unanswered

Scrutiny of NC voting data raises questions that remain unanswered

Analysis by David W. Goetze Special to WorldTribune, March 21, 2019 Despite the massive media focus on Absentee by Mail ballot harvesting, there are other errors in voter data that point to either gross incompetence or sinister schemes to defraud the voters of North Carolina. This issue can’t be blamed on Republican operatives or Democrat […]

‘His punishment should be deportation’: Mother of NC man killed by illegal objects to sentence

‘His punishment should be deportation’: Mother of NC man killed by illegal objects to sentence

by WorldTribune Staff, March 20, 2019 An illegal immigrant convicted of felony hit-and-run in a crash which decapitated a 27-year-old North Carolina man should be deported because “he doesn’t deserve to live in the land of the free,” the victim’s mother said. Jamar Rashaun Beach was riding his motorcycle home from work in Raleigh last […]

NC victim of Interpol ‘red notice’ urges reforms by new chief

NC victim of Interpol ‘red notice’ urges reforms by new chief

by WorldTribune Staff, December 20, 2018 In a classic case of the tail wagging the dog, authoritarian regimes are said to be making increasing use of  the International Criminal Police Organization or Interpol to punish political enemies who are not necessarily criminals. Interpol currently has more than 57,000 “red notices” in effect. The notices are […]

NC governor vetoes voter ID law; GOP vows to override before year’s end

NC governor vetoes voter ID law; GOP vows to override before year’s end

by WorldTribune Staff, December 18, 2018 North Carolina Republicans have vowed to override Gov. Roy Cooper’s veto of a state voter ID bill before the current legislative sessions ends and they lose their super-majority. A referendum calling for the state’s constitution to add an amendment requiring in-person voter photo ID was approved last month with […]

UNC faculty members, in letter to parents, support Silent Sam strike

UNC faculty members, in letter to parents, support Silent Sam strike

by WorldTribune Staff, December 16, 2018 The University of North Carolina board of governors on Dec. 14 rejected a plan to house the Silent Sam Confederate statue in a proposed $5.3 million history center on the Chapel Hill campus. Citing concerns over public safety and the use of state funds for the project, the board […]

Cash-rich ACLU said recruiting sheriffs in NC

Cash-rich ACLU said recruiting sheriffs in NC

by WorldTribune Staff, December 16, 2018 Flush with cash from disgruntled anti-Trumpers, the ACLU targeted sheriff’s races in North Carolina in 2018 “as a way to thwart immigration enforcement,” a columnist wrote. With major help from local ad buys from the ACLU, Garry McFadden won the race for sheriff in Mecklenburg County, which includes Charlotte, […]

North Carolina politics roiled by election fraud controversies

North Carolina politics roiled by election fraud controversies

by WorldTribune Staff, December 3, 2018 Amid an ongoing voter fraud controversy, North Carolina State Board of Elections Chairman Andy Penry announced his resignation from the position on Dec. 1. The board of elections had announced on Nov. 30 that it had again declined to certify Republican Mark Harris’ apparent victory in the Nov. 6 […]

NC State is most recent U.S. university to shutter China-funded ‘Confucius Institutes’

NC State is most recent U.S. university to shutter China-funded ‘Confucius Institutes’

by WorldTribune Staff, November 26, 2018 North Carolina State University announced that it will shut down its Chinese government-funded Confucius Institute by June of next year. There are more than 100 Confucius Institutes on U.S. college campuses. The institutes teach a Chinese Communist Party-approved version of Chinese culture and history which ignores concerns over human […]

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