‘No one else around’: Worn out by Clintons, Democrats look to Obama

‘No one else around’: Worn out by Clintons, Democrats look to Obama

by WorldTribune Staff, June 15, 2018 Clinton-weary Democrats are looking to former President Barack Obama to lead the party into the 2018 midterm and 2020 presidential elections. Politico reported earlier this month that Obama’s political action committee, Organizing for Action, is assisting Democrats in 27 House races this year. The former president has also been […]

Jimmy Carter, honestly: ‘I think the media have been harder on Trump than any other president’

Jimmy Carter, honestly: ‘I think the media have been harder on Trump than any other president’

by WorldTribune Staff, October 23, 2017 In May, President Donald Trump said that “no politician in history” has been treated “worse or more unfairly” by the media. What did one-termer Jimmy Carter have to say about that? The 93-year-old ex-president agreed with Trump. “I think the media have been harder on Trump than any other […]

Behind Al Haig’s 1981 ‘I’m in control here’ statement

Behind Al Haig’s 1981 ‘I’m in control here’ statement

Special to WorldTribune.com By Greg Davis, Global Information System / Defense & Foreign Affairs Gen. Alexander M. Haig Jr. — onetime U.S. Secretary of State, National Security Advisor to the U.S. President, Supreme Allied Commander-Europe (SACEUR), and more — died three years ago, but his legacy remains. An action he took on March 30, 1981, […]

35 years later, who will be the next Anwar Sadat?

35 years later, who will be the next Anwar Sadat?

Special to WorldTribune.com   November 28, 2007 By Trude B. Feldman, White House and State Dept. Correspondent ANNAPOLIS, Maryland – It is now 30 years since Egyptian President Mohammed Anwar el Sadat electrified the world and altered indelibly the Arab-Israeli conflict with his startling three-day journey to Jerusalem. [See also:  Morsi looks to revise 1979 Egypt-Israel […]

The one-bullet-point strategy to re-elect the president

The one-bullet-point strategy to re-elect the president

Jeffrey T. Kuhner The Democrats are settling on one major election strategy: Portray opposition to President Obama as a form of racism. In a nutshell, the liberal argument is that conservative dissent from Mr. Obama’s social democratic agenda — Obamacare, the nearly $1 trillion stimulus and Dodd-Frank — is driven not by the color of […]

Latin America going Red on Obama’s watch . . . as it did on Carter’s

Latin America going Red on Obama’s watch . . . as it did on Carter’s

Based on an article by Cliff Kincaid for Accuracy in Media While the U.S. media was preoccupied with unsubstantiated sexual harassment allegations against Herman Cain, America was losing Nicaragua to the communists — again. But you wouldn’t know this from reading the American press. You would have to turn to such British publications as Economist […]