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Memo to Politifact on Obama’s real debt and deficit legacy

Memo to Politifact on Obama’s real debt and deficit legacy

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore Congressional Republicans have been raked over the coals in the last two weeks for slamming through budget caps and inflating government spending and debt by another $300 billion. The criticisms are well-deserved. It’s a historical truism that Republicans are much more fiscally conscientious when they are in the minority […]

Born on the same day, Darwin and Lincoln had opposite views of man

Born on the same day, Darwin and Lincoln had opposite views of man

Special to WorldTribune.com By Bill Federer, February 12, 2018 Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin were born on the exact same day, Feb. 12, 1809, but their lives had opposite effects. Lincoln is best known for issuing the Emancipation Proclamation and freeing millions of slaves, claiming all men are created equal, as he stated in his […]

Memo to Dan Rather about the memos: Be humble, shut up

Memo to Dan Rather about the memos: Be humble, shut up

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin Old liberal media liars never fade away. They just rage, rage against the dying of their dinosaur industry’s light. I’m looking at you, Dan Rather. After years of trashing alternative media, which exposed the veteran CBS News reporter’s monumental Memogate fraud in 2004, Rather has joined the ranks of […]

In defense of Christians who support Trump

In defense of Christians who support Trump

Special to WorldTribune.com Dennis Prager It is usually easier for an outsider to defend a person or a group that is attacked than for the person or group. In that vein, this Jew would like to defend evangelicals and other Christians who support President Donald Trump. They are regularly attacked as religious hypocrites who give […]

‘Escaping N. Korea is not like leaving another country, it’s like leaving another universe’

Special to WorldTribune , February 5, 2018 U.S. President Donald Trump spoke Friday in the Oval Office with a group of North Koreans who had escaped their repressive country including Lee Hyeon-Soo, below. “Their story is amazing,” Trump said before inviting the eight Koreans to speak as he listened intently. “We actually have two other […]

After repeated failures of federally funded education programs, White House favors choice

After repeated failures of federally funded education programs, White House favors choice

Special to WorldTribune.com By Star Parker Amidst the ongoing political noise and distractions in Washington, D.C., President Trump continues to focus on and address the nation’s most deep-seated problems. In the wake of signing a temporary funding bill to get the government back open, the president directed attention to one of our biggest problems. Education. […]

Donald Trump and ‘S—hole countries’: 10 observations

Donald Trump and ‘S—hole countries’: 10 observations

Special to WorldTribune.com Dennis Prager Here are ten thoughts on the president’s alleged use of the word “s—hole” in describing Haiti, a Central American country and African countries: 1. There are few filters between President Donald Trump’s mind and mouth. That is his appeal and his weakness. It is very common that a person’s strengths […]

Opioid crisis ‘crosses all demographics, all races, and all socioeconomic backgrounds’

Opioid crisis ‘crosses all demographics, all races, and all socioeconomic backgrounds’

Special to WorldTribune.com Dennis Prager Dennis Prager is off. The following is a column by Salena Zito. Eric Hargan is about to get a demotion, and he is just fine with that. The acting secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services is more than thrilled to go back to the position he originally […]

As the media naps, let’s end 2017 by honoring these agents of change

As the media naps, let’s end 2017 by honoring these agents of change

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin There are talkers and doers, sowers of dissatisfaction seeds and agents of lasting change. Much of my column work over the year is dedicated to exposing the worst crapweasels in politics, pop culture, media and the policy arena. But to ring out 2017, I’m raising a toast to some […]

Most murderous force in the 20th century: War or governments?

Most murderous force in the 20th century: War or governments?

Special to WorldTribune.com Walter E. Williams ​Before the question, how about a few statistics? The 20th century was mankind’s most brutal century. Roughly 16 million people lost their lives during World War I; about 60 million died during World War II. Wars during the 20th century cost an estimated 71 million to 116 million lives. […]

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