Leftward Ho! Democrats’ un-American coalition strategy reaps what it sowed

Leftward Ho! Democrats’ un-American coalition strategy reaps what it sowed

by WorldTribune Staff, January 15, 2019 The Democratic Party’s new progressives are not shy about pushing the envelope in their new hometown of Washington, DC, a columnist and author wrote. “It is refreshing to see them being so open about promoting socialism in America,” James S. Robbins, author of “Erasing America: Losing Our Future by […]

Unreported: 30 Democrats’ shutdown junket to Puerto Rico

Unreported: 30 Democrats’ shutdown junket to Puerto Rico

by WorldTribune Staff, January 14, 2019 On the same day that some 800,000 federal workers missed their first paycheck due to the government shutdown, a group of 30 Democratic Party lawmakers headed to sunny Puerto Rico to party. The Democrats hopped a charter plane to mingle on the Caribbean island over the weekend with 109 […]

Defeat the swamp, pull the trigger, declare a national emergency

Defeat the swamp, pull the trigger, declare a national emergency

Special to WorldTribune.com Jeffrey T. Kuhner President Trump must declare a national emergency on our southern border. He has no choice—and neither does America. For weeks, a partial government shutdown has dragged on with no end in sight. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer refuse to give Trump the $5.7 billion […]

Report: Beto O’Rourke once voted to kick low income constituents out of the barrio

Report: Beto O’Rourke once voted to kick low income constituents out of the barrio

by WorldTribune Staff, January 11, 2019 As a member of the El Paso City Council, Democrat star Beto O’Rourke voted to remove low income constituents from their homes to make way for upscale retail development, a report said. O’Rourke used his elected position on the El Paso council in the mid-2000s to push through a […]

‘Born for the Swamp’: Independent journalists vet Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema

‘Born for the Swamp’: Independent journalists vet Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema

by WorldTribune Staff, January 8, 2019 “Startling changes of direction” on two key issues she “cared passionately” about as a young activist reveal that Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, Arizona Democrat, was “born for the Swamp,” a columnist noted. In April 2006, Sinema wrote: “As one of the core organizers against the war from day one (September […]

GREATEST HITS, 1: Media silence as gang rape survivor from northern Iraq wins Nobel Peace Prize

GREATEST HITS, 1: Media silence as gang rape survivor from northern Iraq wins Nobel Peace Prize

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE: Countdown: Top stories of 2018 by WorldTribune Staff, October 17, 2018 News that Yazidi sex slave survivor Nadia Murad has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war barely registered on the American media radar screen. Murad […]

GREATEST HITS, 2: Flashback: Jerry Brown, Biden and other Dems refused to accept Vietnamese refugees

GREATEST HITS, 2: Flashback: Jerry Brown, Biden and other Dems refused to accept Vietnamese refugees

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE: Countdown: Top stories of 2018 by WorldTribune Staff, January 30, 2017 Some liberal Democrats are fighting back tears when discussing President Donald Trump’s travel ban on Muslims from seven nations. But in 1975, leftist Dems went to great lengths to keep Vietnamese refugees (even orphans) out of the United States. […]

What Romney really meant

What Romney really meant

Special to WorldTribune, January 4, 2019 By Ed Martin ​While there are many nuances and sub-text to the drive-by shooting of President Donald Trump by incoming junior Senator Mitt Romney, three primary messages come through that are likely to define politics in America for the foreseeable future. First and foremost, Romney was expressing the outrage […]

20-year lapse: California to remove 1.5 million inactive voters from rolls

20-year lapse: California to remove 1.5 million inactive voters from rolls

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE: Countdown: Top stories of 2018 by WorldTribune Staff, January 4, 2019 The State of California and County of Los Angeles have agreed to begin the process of removing as many as 1.5 million inactive registered names from its voter rolls, a government watchdog group announced. The state and county agreed […]

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