New York mayor spotted taking ‘non-essential’ stroll — 11 miles from home

New York mayor spotted taking ‘non-essential’ stroll — 11 miles from home

by WorldTribune Staff, April 28, 2020 Earlier this month, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio urged New Yorkers to rat out any neighbors who were not in lockstep following his coronavirus social distancing orders. The mayor even set up a snitch line for citizens and urged them to take photos and videos of anyone […]

Why New York? Media can’t hide failed coronavirus response

Why New York? Media can’t hide failed coronavirus response

WorldTribune, April 17, 2020 Analysis by Paul Crespo While much of the media is obsessively focused on savaging the performance of President Donald Trump during the coronavirus pandemic, few are questioning why so many of the nation’s COVID-19 cases are in one state, and in just one city. According to the World Economic Forum (WEF), […]

Illinois mayor grants herself power to ban gun sales over coronavirus

Illinois mayor grants herself power to ban gun sales over coronavirus

by WorldTribune Staff, March 15, 2020 In signing an executive order declaring a citywide state of emergency to address the coronavirus, the mayor of Champaign, Illinois also gave herself the power to ban the sale of firearms. Meanwhile, New York City’s socialist Democrat mayor on Saturday suggested the coronavirus could be justification for nationalizing “crucial […]

Twitter-Left forces headline change at NY Times; Trump warns Google

Twitter-Left forces headline change at NY Times; Trump warns Google

by WorldTribune Staff, August 6, 2019 In the 1964 book “Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man”, author Marshall McLuhan coined the phrase “the medium is the message.” In 1964, there was the New York Times. But there was no Washington Times, Fox News or WorldTribune.com. In 2019 there is something called Twitter, much to the […]

UC San Diego students chill at Ché Café, but do they know how he treated gays?

UC San Diego students chill at Ché Café, but do they know how he treated gays?

by WorldTribune Staff, June 28, 2019 Students at the University of California at San Diego have a so-called “safe space” at the Ché Café Collective, named after Cuban revolutionary Ché Guevara, the icon of liberal chic whose image appears on two-tone t-shirts that are proudly worn by many students at campuses nationwide. In 2014, UC […]

‘No special treatment’: Sending Manafort to Rikers ‘possibly illegal’ says Dershowitz

‘No special treatment’: Sending Manafort to Rikers ‘possibly illegal’ says Dershowitz

by9 WorldTribune Staff, June 5, 2019 Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is currently serving a 7.5 year prison sentence in a Pennsylvania federal prison. Earlier this year, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. obtained an indictment against Manafort on charges of mortgage fraud and a state judge has now ordered Manafort to be moved […]

How socialism is working in NYC: Bumps on the ‘progressive’ road

How socialism is working in NYC: Bumps on the ‘progressive’ road

by WorldTribune Staff, March 8, 2019 Two recent experiments in socialism have seen New York City, led by Mayor Bill de Blasio, pour $1.6 billion of taxpayer money “down a rathole,” reports say. The mayor, a favorite of “progressives,” recently abandoned his “Renewal” initiative aimed at improving the city’s struggling schools – after allocating $773 […]

New York mayor: ‘Wrong people’ have all the money

New York mayor: ‘Wrong people’ have all the money

by WorldTribune Staff, January 14, 2019 New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has pledged health care for all New Yorkers, including illegal immigrants, and hinted that paying for it could come down to getting the money out of the hands of the “wrong people.” De Blasio had reportedly said last week that “there’s plenty […]

Assassination chic: Fiction piece in NY Times pre-empted bomb scare

Assassination chic: Fiction piece in NY Times pre-empted bomb scare

by WorldTribune Staff, October 25, 2018 In one of the ironies surrounding reports of “explosive devices” being sent to several Democratic honchos, The New York Times one day earlier published a work of short fiction titled “How It Ends” about the assassination of President Donald Trump. In another, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, who […]

Nikki Haley provides much-needed comic relief at Al Smith Dinner

Nikki Haley provides much-needed comic relief at Al Smith Dinner

by WorldTribune Staff, October 19, 2018 U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, who is stepping down at the end of the year, roasted several big names at the 73rd annual Al Smith Dinner on Oct. 18. Haley, the keynote speaker at the event, offered a contrast to the late-night TV comedy lineup that has […]