Game over: The Washington Whack-A-Moles face a growing storm

Game over: The Washington Whack-A-Moles face a growing storm

Special to WorldTribune.com By John McNabb President Trump has been in office for just over 825 days. His administration’s accomplishments continue to be breathtaking. We are experiencing a rebirth of our American economy due to his bold but make sense policies. His accomplishments include cancelling 22 existing regulations for every two new regulations put in […]

Smackdown: Romney takes it on the chin from his niece, POTUS

Smackdown: Romney takes it on the chin from his niece, POTUS

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE: Countdown: Top stories of 2018 by WorldTribune Staff, January 2, 2019 President Donald Trump and RNC chair Ronna Romney McDaniel slammed Mitt Romney, saying the senator-elect should be a “team player” and that his Washington Post op-ed criticizing Trump was merely feeding the many Democrat and media trolls constantly besieging […]

Trump urges Orrin Hatch to run for re-election to keep Romney out of Senate

Trump urges Orrin Hatch to run for re-election to keep Romney out of Senate

by WorldTribune Staff, December 5, 2017 President Donald Trump has asked longtime Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch to consider running for an eighth term, in large part because Mitt Romney, the failed 2012 presidential candidate and a virulent “Never Trumper,” is said to be preparing to run for the seat should Hatch retire. In a phone […]

‘Disinformation’: Former CIA official hits Washington’s ‘narrative’, U.S. intel reports on Russia

‘Disinformation’: Former CIA official hits Washington’s ‘narrative’, U.S. intel reports on Russia

by WorldTribune Staff, January 6, 2017 Political and media elites are late in recognizing what has been known for quite some time, that foreign cyber threats to U.S. national security are real, analysts say. All it took was a sweeping election victory by an unlikely Republican presidential candidate for charges of meddling in the U.S. […]

Trump? No: Being leader of the Free World is not a reality show

Trump? No: Being leader of the Free World is not a reality show

Special to WorldTribune.com By Matthew R. Drayton Like many Americans, I thought the Donald Trump phenomenon would have faded by now. Now that it is very likely that he could be the Republican nominee in November, I feel obligated to share my concerns about Donald Trump’s ability to be Commander in Chief. Donald Trump, if […]

Performance review for employee Barack Obama: Time to dust off that resume, Mr. President

Performance review for employee Barack Obama: Time to dust off that resume, Mr. President

Lev Navrozov Last night, Oct. 28, as I was watching Fox News Sunday Full Coverage, an image of Obama delivering a message flashed on the screen for a mere second. The image was gone as soon as it came on, but it was enough for me to catch it: “I run not on what I […]

Unfair and off balance: Panic spreads even to the media class

Unfair and off balance: Panic spreads even to the media class

Wesley Pruden There’s not a dry mattress, pair of skivvies or delicate lace panty anywhere out there. The president is chasing an imaginary bird, the pollsters are choking back panic (“has our methodology been wrong?”) and the media glitteries are even more hysterical than usual (“how can anyone as wonderful as us be so wrong?”). […]

FAITH MATTERS: Trivializing evil is a GOP mistake

FAITH MATTERS: Trivializing evil is a GOP mistake

Special to WorldTribune.com By Uwe Siemon-Netto It is disconcerting that probably the most compelling statement made in this year’s disagreeable U.S. election campaign has received virtually no public attention. Bishop Thomas John Paprocki of Springfield in Illinois warned Catholic voters of planks in the Democratic Party Platform “that explicitly endorse intrinsic evils.” He meant abortion […]

From American meritocracy to a wildly incompetent ruling class

From American meritocracy to a wildly incompetent ruling class

Sol W. Sanders   Americans have always liked to think that one of the remarkable achievements of U.S. society — differentiating it from the Old Country — was our social mobility. Our “aristocrats,” whether moneyed or “stars,” were mostly only a generation away from obscurity. And chances were their progeny wouldn’t hang on to their […]

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