CBS asked Alejandro Mayorkas to explain how ‘to keep your children safe?’

CBS asked Alejandro Mayorkas to explain how ‘to keep your children safe?’

Special to WorldTribune.com Commentary by Wayne Allyn Root, April 21, 2024 I swear we are living in some kind of bizarro “Twilight Zone” episode, or a zombie apocalypse nightmare. Things are that bizarre in America nowadays. Forty-eight hours ago, I was watching a TV show on CBS when a promotion came on my TV screen […]

Message to little people from their ruling class: Be grateful

Message to little people from their ruling class: Be grateful

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore, April 17, 2024 In 1992, Democratic presidential nominee Bill Clinton famously answered a voter question about how the national debt affected him personally. Clinton’s response was often paraphrased as, “I feel your pain.” Whether Bill was for once being sincere or not, his words resonated. Now President Joe Biden […]

It’s April 15, do you know where your money went? History of income tax

It’s April 15, do you know where your money went? History of income tax

Special to WorldTribune.com By Bill Federer, April 15, 2024 On April 15, 1912, the Titanic sank. It struck an iceberg the night before. Among the 1,514 lives that were lost were millionaires John Jacob Astor IV, Benjamin Guggenheim and Isa Strauss, all of whom opposed the creation of the Federal Reserve Bank. In 1954, April […]

Memo to Joe: Guess which big companies are not paying their ‘fair share’?

Memo to Joe: Guess which big companies are not paying their ‘fair share’?

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore, April 10, 2024 President Joe Biden keeps lecturing corporate America to “pay your fair share” of taxes. It turns out he’s right that some companies really are getting away scot-free from paying taxes. But it isn’t Big Tech companies in Silicon Valley or the Wall Street financial company “fat […]

Planes, trains and automobiles … and trucks

Planes, trains and automobiles … and trucks

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore, April 4, 2024 The Biden administration has announced in recent weeks new stringent emissions requirements for virtually the entire American transportation system. The Environmental Protection Agency will mandate by the year 2035 that virtually every car made and sold in America must be an EV. No more gas cars. […]

Blue collar America will shoulder Biden’s tax hike burden

Blue collar America will shoulder Biden’s tax hike burden

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore, March 20, 2024 I am often asked if President Joe Biden is intentionally trying to dismantle the American economy with his imbecilic energy, climate change, crime, border, inflation and debt policies. But I’ve always believed these policies are driven by a badly mistaken ideology — not malice. Then I […]

Haiti’s ticking humanitarian time bomb: Can Florida trust Team Biden?

Haiti’s ticking humanitarian time bomb: Can Florida trust Team Biden?

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler, March 21, 2024 As waves of gang violence engulf an already poor and destitute land through a reckless orgy of   shootings and looting, the Caribbean island of Haiti equally faces a widening domestic humanitarian crisis along with a ticking migrant exodus, much of which could easily spillover into […]

Joe Biden’s top 5 outright lies to Americans about the economy on March 7

Joe Biden’s top 5 outright lies to Americans about the economy on March 7

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore, March 13, 2024 It’s a good thing President Joe Biden wasn’t strapped to a polygraph while giving his State of the Union speech on Thursday, because his results would have come back about as clean as O.J. Simpson’s. That was especially true when he recited a lot of tall […]

Underemployed? 52% of recent college grads working in fast food, retail

Underemployed? 52% of recent college grads working in fast food, retail

by WorldTribune Staff, March 4, 2024 More than half of college graduates can’t find a job requiring a degree within a year of commencement, a new poll found. The survey by the nonprofit Strada Institute for the Future of Work and the Burning Glass Institute said that 52% of graduates were “underemployed” in food service, […]