U.S. sees sanctions reducing Iran funds to Hizbullah, Hamas

U.S. sees sanctions reducing Iran funds to Hizbullah, Hamas

by WorldTribune Staff, November 16, 2018 The Trump administration’s re-imposition of sanctions on Iran will go a long way toward choking off the Islamic Republic’s financial support for its terror proxies Hizbullah and Hamas, Washington’s special envoy to Iran said. Earlier this week, Hamas and other Palestinian terror groups in the Gaza Strip fired over […]

‘Nuts’: Trump tweets blast Mueller investigation as off the rails

‘Nuts’: Trump tweets blast Mueller investigation as off the rails

by WorldTribune Staff, November 15, 2018 As headlines warn of new pending indictments of bit players in the alleged Russian collusion scandal, the White House has been portrayed as under siege with a brooding President Donald Trump snarling at staff and bitter about his fate. Sensing perhaps that his base is fed up with what […]

Rep. Schiff sets Intelligence Committee’s new course: ‘We need to ruthlessly prioritize’

Rep. Schiff sets Intelligence Committee’s new course: ‘We need to ruthlessly prioritize’

by WorldTribune Staff, November 14, 2018 The man expected to chair the House Intelligence Committee is likely to pump taxpayers’ dollars into re-interrogating Trump campaign and administration officials who the committee’s Republicans have already cleared of any 2016 election collusion, a report said. “The do-overs” will help California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff “fulfill promises of […]

The Gaza blowup and prospects for a ‘three-state solution’

The Gaza blowup and prospects for a ‘three-state solution’

Special to WorldTribune.com By Sol W. Sanders The Israel-Arab peace effort is suddenly exploding. But whether all this movement will usher in the Trump Administration’s promise “of a peace of the century” is another question. After a year’s discussions led by Trump’s Jewish son-in-law, Jared Kushner, the Administration Special Mideast representative, the president’s design is […]

Gutsy: Outgoing Chairman Devin Nunes’ turned the Russian collusion narrative on its head

Gutsy: Outgoing Chairman Devin Nunes’ turned the Russian collusion narrative on its head

by WorldTribune Staff, November 12, 2018 Rep. Devin Nunes, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, was able to flip the script on Trump-Russia “collusion” to bring to light the Obama administration’s abuses of the FISA process and the Democratic Party’s financing of the bogus Trump dossier. Conservatives view the California Republican as “the one House chairman […]

Dems’ committee chairs: 8 septuagenarians, 2 octogenarians

Dems’ committee chairs: 8 septuagenarians, 2 octogenarians

by WorldTribune Staff, November 12, 2018 When Democrats assume control of the House in January, 10 members aged 70 or older will likely head up committees. The committee chairs are preparing to pump millions of taxpayers’ dollars into a myriad of investigations aimed at President Donald Trump and his administration, reports say. One senior Democratic […]

U.S. envoy: Trump’s Mideast ‘deal of the century’ to be released ‘soon’

U.S. envoy: Trump’s Mideast ‘deal of the century’ to be released ‘soon’

by WorldTribune Staff, November 11, 2018 U.S. President Donald Trump will “soon” release his plan for Israel-Palestinian peace and both sides should not “listen to rumors” about the plan, White House Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt said. Trump’s proposal will be for a complete solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict as interim solutions have not worked […]

Campaigning for minority leader, Rep. Jordan tells colleagues they blew it

Campaigning for minority leader, Rep. Jordan tells colleagues they blew it

by WorldTribune Staff, November 11, 2018 House Republicans over the past two years did not do nearly enough to help President Donald Trump drain the swamp and it cost them the majority, said Rep. Jim Jordan. “This might be a tough pill to swallow, but I believe that if we’d handled the past two years […]

Another North Korean invasion of the South? Not so unthinkable

Another North Korean invasion of the South? Not so unthinkable

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk Korean history over the past century has been so full of surprises that it’s risky to make serious predictions. The North Korean invasion of the South in June 1950, ordered by Kim dynasty founder Kim Il-Sung, was the worst, most tragic surprise of all. So traumatic was that blitzkrieg […]

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