Stephen Green ambushes Bill Whittle and Scott Ott with his artisanally-selected headlines in the latest installment of Right Angle Lightning Round.
President Trump encourages his supporters to chant “12 more years” as the campaign releases a 50-point plan as the new Trump agenda. What can Donald Trump accomplish before the 2024 election train leaves the station?
Stephen Green reads a long list of news media headlines about the Republican Convention and every one of them uses the word ‘Dark’. Ever wonder how widely-scattered journalists all chose that one word?
While Kenosha, Wisconsin, burned, the reaction to the police shooting of Jacob Blake, has been muted compared with the nationwide uproar in the wake of George Floyd’s death. Have Democrats, Black Lives Matter, and the news media realized that America hates riots?
The Republican National Convention invited Mark McCloskey to speak after he and his wife Patricia stirred national controversy by brandishing firearms before a Black Lives Matter crowd that broke down his neighborhood gate.
Postmaster General Louis Dejoy, derided by Democrats as a mere Trump crony, cancels long-planned USPS cost-cutting reforms to please Democrats who claim President Trump plans to delay mail-in ballots to rescue his doomed reelection campaign. Meanwhile, John Ratzenberger, who played Cliff Clavin on ‘Cheers’, offers his own Postal Service rescue plan.
A California judge denies a petition to extend a stay for Uber and Lyft to fight implementation of AB5 — the union-penned law pushed by Rep. Lorena Gonzalez that essentially bans freelancers, contract workers, and therefore, ride-sharing services.
Opening night of the Democratic National Convention included a music video featuring a Stephen Stills and Billy Porter rehash of the Buffalo Springfield classic, “For What It’s Worth” (“Stop, Hey What’s What Sound?”).
Royal Caribbean stock surges as a wave of new cruise customer bookings pump up the volume of 2021 ticket sales. Despite a $250 million per month cash burn rate, the cruise line says it has plenty of liquidity to survive until the ships sail again. What does this business news say about the American spirit in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic?
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott tries to slow the spread of COVID-19 (again) by closing bars, defined as a businesses that generates at least 51 percent of revenue from alcohol sales. Clever business people, in an effort to keep their employees working and families fed, find ways to dodge the alcohol ratio rules and keep the doors open.
A Washington Post (WaPo) photo spread features Portland’s justice warriors in their mild mannered ordinary lives, contrasted with the radical chic of their “peaceful protest” costumes. It looks like Comic-Con’s cosplay battalion takin’ it to the streets, but these passionate fighters for racial justice and civil liberties expect to be taken seriously.
Jimmy Lai, the publisher of Apple Daily, gets arrested along with his two sons at the behest of Chinese Communist leader Xi Jinping for “violating” a new “law” that forbids embarrassing Hong Kong’s mainland authoritarian Commie overlords. Will Lai be whisked away to the mainland under the new extradition law that led to mass protests for months?