‘Progressive sexual’ bullying: Franklin Graham, N.C. Lt. Gov. blast decisions by NCAA, ACC

‘Progressive sexual’ bullying: Franklin Graham, N.C. Lt. Gov. blast decisions by NCAA, ACC

by WorldTribune Staff, September 16, 2016 The decisions by the NCAA and Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) to pull their sports championships out of North Carolina over House Bill 2 (HB2) amounts to “sexual bullying” by “moral hypocrites”, influential supporters of the bill said. North Carolina Lt. Gov. Dan Forest said in a statement on Sept. […]

Election season punishment of sports-loving North Carolina continues with ACC action

Election season punishment of sports-loving North Carolina continues with ACC action

by WorldTribune Staff, September 15, 2016 The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) has followed the NCAA’s lead and pulled all of its neutral site championships from the state of North Carolina for 2016-17 over House Bill 2 (HB2). “This is political theater by the NCAA and ACC,” said U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, who represents North Carolina’a […]

NCAA declares bathroom war on North Carolina prompting fiery GOP response

NCAA declares bathroom war on North Carolina prompting fiery GOP response

by WorldTribune Staff, September 13, 2016 Unless the NCAA is planning on merging all men’s and women’s athletic teams together, including locker room use, the college sports governing body has no leverage to insert itself in the debate over bathroom policies, North Carolina’s Republican Party said. The GOP’s blistering rebuke came after the NCAA on […]

North Carolina’s economy on a roll despite transgender controversy

North Carolina’s economy on a roll despite transgender controversy

by WorldTribune Staff, September 8, 2016 The NBA has moved the 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte. New York Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo has banned non-essential state travel to North Carolina. The Tar Heel state’s response – big whoop! Despite multiple calls to boycott North Carolina over its House Bill 2 (HB2), the so-called transgender […]

How Obama transformed the U.S. Court of Appeals

How Obama transformed the U.S. Court of Appeals

by WorldTribune Staff, September 7, 2016 President Barack Obama’s liberal transformation of the U.S. Court of Appeals has gone largely under the radar as most attention has focused on the Supreme Court. “The Supreme Court grabs the spotlight, but it hears fewer than 100 cases a year,” Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett said, “while […]

New civil war over . . . bathrooms: Texas and a dozen states back North Carolina

New civil war over . . . bathrooms: Texas and a dozen states back North Carolina

by WorldTribune Staff, September 2, 2016 Texas is among 13 states defending North Carolina’s law that determined people must use public restrooms based on their birth gender. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and attorney generals from Arkansas, Arizona, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Carolina, West Virginia, Utah and the governors of Kentucky and Mississippi filed […]

‘Shredded’ U.S. credibility: Former military officials slam Obama’s ISIL strategy

‘Shredded’ U.S. credibility: Former military officials slam Obama’s ISIL strategy

by WorldTribune Staff, September 1, 2016 U.S. President Barack Obama has yet to forge a “sound strategy” in the fight against Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) and lacks the “political will” to take advice from his military commanders, a group of former military officials said in a report. “At the end of the […]

High court minus Scalia split; NC voter ID law invalidated for 2016 election

High court minus Scalia split; NC voter ID law invalidated for 2016 election

by WorldTribune Staff, September 1, 2016 North Carolina’s voter ID law has been invalidated for the November elections after the Supreme Court on Aug. 31 split 4-4 on the state’s appeal for a stay of a circuit court’s ruling striking down the law. Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Anthony Kennedy and Samuel Alito would […]

Anti-Trump student – a Muslim refugee and LGBT activist – plans to sue her university after Secret Service visit

Anti-Trump student – a Muslim refugee and LGBT activist – plans to sue her university after Secret Service visit

by WorldTribune Staff, August 31, 2016 A Sudanese refugee and LGBT activist at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington plans to sue the college after the Secret Service paid her a visit regarding a Facebook post in which she wrote: “Expect to see me at the Trump rally … Y’all are not prepared for what I’m […]

North Carolina publisher sickened by his survey of 2016 campaign coverage

North Carolina publisher sickened by his survey of 2016 campaign coverage

Special to WorldTribune.com For just one week, I perused 14 newspapers and found 119 anti-Trump articles – 25 from the New York Times, 16 from The Wall Street Journal, 22 from The Washington Post, 19 from USA Today (7 in one paper), 9 from the Los Angeles Times, and 8 from The Boston Globe… What they […]