Considering a journalism career? Forget about it, professors advise

Considering a journalism career? Forget about it, professors advise

by WorldTribune Staff, July 1, 2019 With social media monopolies driving privately-owned media out of business, journalism professors are advising their students to look for work outside of the news business. The practice of social media platforms of dismantling true journalism to protect their business models has created “the greatest assault on free speech in […]

Critics: Long before Assange indictment, Democrat media ‘matrix’ suppressed dissent

Critics: Long before Assange indictment, Democrat media ‘matrix’ suppressed dissent

Analysis by WorldTribune Staff, April 12, 2019 The arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in London followed by the unsealing of his indictment and requested extradition by the U.S. government have given rise to a frenzied debate among advocates of the Free Press and First Amendment guarantees. But conservative media critics cited by this online […]

In Florida minors could be jailed for posting photos of BB guns

In Florida minors could be jailed for posting photos of BB guns

by WorldTribune Staff, March 18, 2019 A Democratic lawmaker has introduced a bill in the Florida legislature that would make it a crime for minors to post photos of guns on social media. The bill, introduced by state Sen. Jason W. B. Pizzo, states that anyone younger than 18 “who posts or publishes a picture […]

After trashing president on SNL, Alec Baldwin fears for life over Trump tweet

After trashing president on SNL, Alec Baldwin fears for life over Trump tweet

by WorldTribune Staff, February 19, 2019 Alec Baldwin seems to cherish the freedom he has under the U.S. Constitution to trash President Donald Trump. But the actor, who also has been known to punch people over parking spaces, is outraged and terrified when Trump uses his own rights under the First Amendment to lambaste Baldwin. […]

Report: 9 of 10 American colleges restrict First Amendment rights on campus

Report: 9 of 10 American colleges restrict First Amendment rights on campus

by WorldTribune Staff, December 14, 2018 Most students at America’s top colleges and universities “surrender their free speech rights the moment they step onto campus,” according to a report by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE). “Just over 90 percent of public colleges maintain policies that don’t live up to their free speech […]

CNN sues the president: What does news have to do with it?

CNN sues the president: What does news have to do with it?

by WorldTribune Staff, November 14, 2018 CNN, in a lawsuit filed on Nov. 13, accused President Donald Trump and other White House officials including White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders of violating CNN personality Jim Acosta’s First and Fifth Amendment rights by revoking his White House press credentials. Pundits and “media experts” have launched […]

Silicon Valley titans launch censorship tsunami against critics deemed offensive

Silicon Valley titans launch censorship tsunami against critics deemed offensive

by WorldTribune Staff, August 7, 2018 The banning of InfoWars chief Alex Jones from Facebook, Apple and Spotify is only one of many recent instances of tech giants and social media platforms censoring conservative voices, reports said. One such voice is a woman running for Congress who detailed her family’s survival in Cambodia under the […]

Two U.S. students, East and West, take legal action against PC police

Two U.S. students, East and West, take legal action against PC police

by WorldTribune Staff, May 24, 2018 An Illinois high school valedictorian and an Oregon high school student are standing up for their First Amendment rights and taking on the PC police. Sam Blackledge, valedictorian at West Prairie High School in Sciota, Illinois, hired a lawyer after he said school officials demanded the removal of all […]

Facebook hammered on the Hill and by bad news from its target market

Facebook hammered on the Hill and by bad news from its target market

by WorldTribune Staff, April 11, 2018 While Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was being pummeled on Capitol Hill on April 10, a new poll revealed that the social networking behemoth has credibility issues with most Millennials. During Zuckerberg’s Senate testimony, Sen. Ben Sasse, Nebraska Republican, said he worries about private entities such as Facebook being able […]

UNC campuses get free speech policy as required by new state law

UNC campuses get free speech policy as required by new state law

by WorldTribune Staff, December 19, 2017 The University of North Carolina Board of Governors on Dec. 15 approved the implementation of a new free speech policy that was passed by the state’s General Assembly earlier this year. Steve Long, a board member who chairs the University Governance Committee, said the new policy allows for students […]