Force-feeding Michelle Obama’s school lunches to nation’s gagging youth

Force-feeding Michelle Obama’s school lunches to nation’s gagging youth

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin Look out, everyone: The nation’s school lunch lady, Michelle Obama, is mad. With her federal nutrition program under fire across the country and now on Capitol Hill, Mrs. Obama put out a “forceful” call to arms this week to “health activists,” according to The Washington Post. She’s cracking the […]

India voters reject the kind of anti-business policies Obama still clings to

India voters reject the kind of anti-business policies Obama still clings to

Special to WorldTribune.com By Mona Charen Is the election of a pro-business, pro-American, growth-oriented prime minister in the world’s largest democracy good news or bad news for the world’s oldest democracy? We in that oldest democracy are currently governed by the Democrats, a party that has more in common with the defeated Congress party in […]

The VA’s deadly bureaucratic drones

The VA’s deadly bureaucratic drones

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin At least 40 American veterans are dead thanks to bureaucratic delays at Veterans Affairs clinics. But you wouldn’t know it from VA Secretary Gen. Eric Shinseki’s bland and bloodless demeanor at a Senate hearing Thursday. He droned on like an apathetic office manager fielding complaints about the copier being […]

Skyrocketing tuitions at public universities are unjust, unsustainable and unnecessary

Skyrocketing tuitions at public universities are unjust, unsustainable and unnecessary

Special to WorldTribune.com By Mona Charen There’s a debate among economists about why a college degree is worth so much. That the credential is valuable is not in doubt. According to the Pew Research Center, college graduates earn about $17,500 more annually than high school grads. Why? The “human capital” school believes that students learn […]

The political class of both parties is out of touch with voters

The political class of both parties is out of touch with voters

Special to WorldTribune.com By Mona Charen It’s a cliche to say that Washington, D.C., is “out of touch” with voters, but there’s something to it. Arguably, in 2012, the Republican Party seemed focused on a subject — debt — that wasn’t a high priority for average Americans. Sincere Republicans (including this columnist) believe it should […]

No, Obamacare does not work, but neither do Obamacare employees

No, Obamacare does not work, but neither do Obamacare employees

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin When Obamacare operatives aren’t busy trashing the private health insurance market and squandering billions on useless technology, they’re busy … being idle. File the latest example of government health care profligacy under “Caution: Your tax dollars not at work.” According to at least one Obamacare paper-pusher, employees at an […]

Why the Left doesn’t care about bad economic news: Take California, please

Why the Left doesn’t care about bad economic news: Take California, please

Special to WorldTribune.com By Dennis Prager Most conservatives, and just about all independents, have a huge misperception of the left. They think that the gulf between conservatism and leftism is primarily about means, not goals. This perception is wrong. It is their goals that are irreconcilable. And until conservatives, independents and the Republican Party understand […]

The botched execution in Oklahoma: What was reported, and what wasn’t

The botched execution in Oklahoma: What was reported, and what wasn’t

Special to WorldTribune.com By Dennis Prager Last week, Oklahoma authorities botched the execution of a murderer named Clayton Lockett. The execution by lethal injection took more than 40 minutes. According to witnesses, he twitched and gasped and said, “oh, man” after officials had thought he was unconscious. Opponents of the death penalty outdid one another […]

Who created the rape culture? The Left deserves credit

Who created the rape culture? The Left deserves credit

Special to WorldTribune.com By Mona Charen “Two, four, six, eight. Stop the violence. Stop the rape,” so chanted a group of Ohio University students calling themselves “f—rapeculture” at a protest a couple of years ago. Rape culture activists have become a fixture on campuses throughout the country, and now, 55 colleges — including Harvard, Princeton […]