This is nuts

This is nuts

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin This week in Colorado, our statewide stay-at-home order was extended until April 26. Gov. Jared Polis urged everyone to wear a mask of any kind while outdoors. Local groceries are limiting customers to one every 120 square feet of the store. For the first time, my neighborhood playground on […]

Don’t ‘socialize’ America’s airlines

Don’t ‘socialize’ America’s airlines

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore There is nothing worse than the government bailing out private industries. I’ve spent a career opposing corporate welfare giveaways. When an industry gets in financial trouble because of its poor business practices, the owners, shareholders and executives should bear the cost — not the taxpayers. The coronavirus crisis is […]

Memo to nature cultists: ‘Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it’

Memo to nature cultists: ‘Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it’

Special to WorldTribune.com Dennis Prager A statement widely attributed to the great British thinker G. K. Chesterton describes the modern period as perfectly as any single idea can: “When people stop believing in God, they don’t believe in nothing; they believe in anything.” One of these substitute gods has been nature. Indeed, of all the […]

A national disgrace: ‘Government is the problem’ now more than ever

A national disgrace: ‘Government is the problem’ now more than ever

Special to WorldTribune.com By Stephen Moore In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, everyone should read Robert Higgs’ economic classic “Crisis and Leviathan.” The critical warning of this masterpiece is that government always uses a crisis — from the Civil War to the Great Depression to World War II — to expand power, not only […]

Can we pause the Civil War to fight the coronavirus? No

Can we pause the Civil War to fight the coronavirus? No

Special to WorldTribune.com Dennis Prager If there is one thing on which you’d think left and right could agree, it would be the proper response to the present coronavirus. After all, COVID-19 doesn’t distinguish between left and right: Conservatives and liberals are just as likely to contract and even die from it. Yet, it’s amazing […]

Suggestion: Tune out panic-inducing news on the virus

Suggestion: Tune out panic-inducing news on the virus

Special to WorldTribune.com Dennis Prager Since we are all stuck at home for weeks, here are some suggestions to help you and help America. Watch less news. Interview and opinion shows on TV and talk radio shows that add to one’s understanding of the situation can be valuable. But watching depressing, panic-inducing news about COVID-19 […]

Warning: The remedy may be worse than the disease

Warning: The remedy may be worse than the disease

Special to WorldTribune.com Dennis Prager As of this writing, 6,400 people all over the world have died from the coronavirus. In the United States, 68 people have died. Some perspective: Chinese deaths (3,217) account for half of the worldwide total. If you add Italy (1,441) and Iran (724), two countries where many Chinese were allowed […]

CDC: Centers for Damaged Credibility

CDC: Centers for Damaged Credibility

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin I think I’m where most sane people are on the coronavirus outbreak: —Concerned but not panicked. —Calm but not apathetic. —Taking reasonable precautions but remaining skeptical of what all the purportedly “best experts” here in the United States are telling us about every aspect of their belated crisis management […]

Democrats’ nightmare: Is it 1972 all over again?

Democrats’ nightmare: Is it 1972 all over again?

Special to WorldTribune.com By Larry Elder After Richard Nixon’s landslide 1972 victory over Democratic opponent George McGovern, New Yorker film critic Pauline Kael gave a speech in which she said: “I live in a rather special world. I only know one person who voted for Nixon. Where they are I don’t know. They’re outside my […]

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