Process wins out over substance: Sad story of a wasted ‘campaign’

Process wins out over substance: Sad story of a wasted ‘campaign’

Sol W. Sanders   For those of us who opposed the re-election of the President precisely for his announced effort “to transform” America into something tradition had never favored, there has been an even deeper and troubling election result. Most of the post-election blather has been just that. Exit-polling has always been extremely unreliable and […]

Obama has remade America in his image

Obama has remade America in his image

Jeffrey T. Kuhner President Obama has succeeded in transforming America. The constitutional republic is dead. A socialist empire has been born. This is the true meaning — and historical significance — of the Nov. 6 election. From the outset of his presidency, Mr. Obama vowed to be a “transformative” leader. His re-election shows that he […]

In a nation of children, ‘it’s practically impossible to beat Santa Claus’

In a nation of children, ‘it’s practically impossible to beat Santa Claus’

Special to WorldTribune.com Rush Limbaugh, Nov. 7, 2012: Conservatism, in my humble opinion, did not lose last night. It’s just very difficult to beat Santa Claus. It is practically impossible to beat Santa Claus. … Romney’s recipe was the old standby: American route to success, hard work. That gets sneered at. I’m sorry. In a […]

The defeated candidate won! Of what value, the never-ending campaign?

The defeated candidate won! Of what value, the never-ending campaign?

Special to WorldTribune.com WASHINGTON — All that for nothing. It was the billion-dollar election that did not decide one single damned thing. Republicans control the House. Democrats control the Senate. And the White House remains in Democratic hands with absolutely no mandate whatsoever. Another four years with no hope of change. In this environment with […]

That other election: The metrosexual male vs the teetotaller square

That other election: The metrosexual male vs the teetotaller square

Sol W. Sanders   There is another parallel shadowy election tomorrow – no candidates, no poll counting, and no definitive victory or defeat. It’s the little acknowledged cultural war playing out, a fierce contest hardly talked about publicly – at least not identifying it with each candidate. Using labels of another day, the presidential contestants […]

The New York spirit: Hurricane Sandy tested us and we came through

The New York spirit: Hurricane Sandy tested us and we came through

Special to WorldTribune.com By Ed Koch On Sunday, October 28, at 4 p.m., I joined the parishioners at St. James Cathedral Basilica in Brooklyn in honoring my friend and their fellow congregant, Frank Macchiarola. His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI had bestowed upon Frank the Papal Honor of Knight Commander of the Holy Order of St. […]

Performance review for employee Barack Obama: Time to dust off that resume, Mr. President

Performance review for employee Barack Obama: Time to dust off that resume, Mr. President

Lev Navrozov Last night, Oct. 28, as I was watching Fox News Sunday Full Coverage, an image of Obama delivering a message flashed on the screen for a mere second. The image was gone as soon as it came on, but it was enough for me to catch it: “I run not on what I […]

Remind me again: What is so great about Europe?

Remind me again: What is so great about Europe?

Sol W. Sanders   Maybe it’s because you can fly faster from America to Europe than westward to the U.S.? But for whatever reason, a standard politically correct mantra these days is how if we would just imitate the Europeans, everything would be better. Which of the accepted five categories of propaganda this argument falls […]

Joint U.S.-Japan election-season exercise scrubbed out of sensitivity to China

Joint U.S.-Japan election-season exercise scrubbed out of sensitivity to China

Special to WorldTribune.com East-Asia-Intel.com Washington and Tokyo have decided to cancel a large joint amphibious exercise scheduled for Nov. 5, one day before the U.S. presidential election and three days before China’s 18th Communist Party Congress, in which a major shuffling of government leadership will occur. The exercise was scheduled long before Beijing announced the […]

Benghazi: Obama knew

Benghazi: Obama knew

Jeffrey T. Kuhner President Obama has been caught in a web of deception — one that threatens to ensnarl his re-election bid. Multiple e-mails and diplomatic cables reveal that the administration deliberately deceived the public. Libyagate now haunts Mr. Obama, relentlessly eroding his credibility and trustworthiness. It is a stake aimed at the heart of […]