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The elites’ problem with Donald Trump: He’s not for sale

There are reasons for the media’s bizarre, almost hysterical reaction to Trump’s candidacy.

Jeffrey T. Kuhner The media establishment is having a cardiac arrest. The reason? Donald Trump has thrown his hat into the Republican presidential race. The billionaire businessman is a straight shooter, known for his bluntness and tough talk. Unlike most […]

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Even liberals are beginning to panic over Obama’s nuclear sell-out to Iran

Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas, and former Amb. to the UN John Bolton were not the authors of the Op-Ed questioning the Iran nuclear deal.

Special to WorldTribune.com By Fred Fleitz This morning I read a Washington Post op-ed that provided an especially prescient analysis of the nuclear agreement the Obama administration is seeking with Iran. The author said in the final two paragraphs of […]

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Coming to America? ISIL executes gay men in response to Supreme Court decision

Turkish riot police use water canon on a gay rights demonstrator on June 28.  /Twitter

Special to WorldTribune.com As supporters of same-sex marriage celebrated the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to allow gay marriage in all 50 states, a different story was unfolding in the Middle East. Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) terrorists executed […]

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Iran’s Khamenei hardens line, rejects long-term nuclear research freeze, inspections

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. / Caren Firouz / Reuters

Special to WorldTribune.com Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader, has hardened his stance in nuclear negotiations with world powers, saying he rejects a long-term freeze on nuclear research and wants to ban international inspectors […]

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Were spies endangered by Russia, China access to Snowden files?

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Special to WorldTribune.com by Dr. Jack Caravelli, Geostrategy-Direct The Sunday Times report that Britain was pulling its spies out of hostile nations because their identities may have been compromised by Russian and Chinese access to the Snowden files raised an […]

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After its disastrous diplomacy with North Korea, why is U.S. pushing for an Iran deal?

Negotiators for the six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear crisis. From left, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Alexeyev, Director-General of the Japanese Foreign Ministry's Asian and Oceanian Affairs Bureau Kenichiro Sasae, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill, North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwan and South Korea's Deputy Foreign Minister Song Min-soon in Beijing on Sept. 13, 2005. / AP

Special to WorldTribune.com By Parris H. Chang Last month on May 20, the Defense Commission of North Korea (DPRK) claimed that the nation had built nuclear weapons small enough to be delivered by missiles. A statement carried by Pyongyang’s official […]

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A brief tutorial for The Guardian’s anonymous correspondent in Iran

The Shah and Queen Farah Diba in 1960. / Popperfoto / Popperfoto/Getty Images

Special to WorldTribune.com By Sheda Vasseghi If you don’t read the newspaper you are uninformed; if you do, you are misinformed. – Mark Twain (1835-1910) In response to the unnamed Tehran Bureau correspondent of The Guardian and his/her June 17, […]

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Religious freedom in Iran seen worsened after Obama de-linked from nuclear deal

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

Special to WorldTribune.com Iran has stepped up its persecution of religious minorities after U.S. President Barack Obama de-linked “demands for improvements in religious freedom and human rights in Iran from the nuclear negotiations,” according to U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk. Kirk, […]

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Kuhner: Obamatrade would destroy America

Sen. Jeff Sessions.

Jeffrey T. Kuhner President Obama is on the verge of creating the New World Order. He is using Trade Promotion Authority — otherwise known as “fast track” — to pass his globalist dream: the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a sweeping 12-nation trade […]

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Rumsfeld: Wrong to push democracy on Iraq, wrong to oust Gadhafi, wrong to not even discuss militant Islam

Donald Rumsfeld

Special to WorldTribune.com Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld recently pointed to an avalanche of mistakes the U.S., UN and the international community made that has contributed to the devastation of the Middle East and opened the way for Russian […]

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