Despite the horrendous failure of President Lyndon Johnson’s ‘Great Society’ war on poverty programs to solve the challenges of the 1960s, the socialism virus is catching again in our day. It’s the perfect time for Amity Shlaes’, ‘The Great Society.’
Stephen Green ambushes Bill Whittle and Scott Ott with top (and bottom) headlines of the week for this episode of Right Angle Lightning Round.
Famous retailers sue landlords to break their leases and escape from New York City as rioting makes business unprofitable. Is this the Progressive justice protestors demand?
President Trump’s first big rally, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, after the COVID-19 shutdown happened in a largely empty arena thanks to online pranksters who reserved most
New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio seems content to let rage run amok in the wake of the death of George Floyd, yet leads
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh backs petition to take down the Emancipation Memorial (also called the Freedman’s Memorial) in Park Square. It’s a statue commemorating President
President Trump signs an executive order in an attempt to induce cities and states to reduce police brutality, but did he cave to pressure to
Antifa and their supporters run a six-block zone in Seattle called the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (C.H.A.Z.), where peace and love reign, if you believe
The Looney Tunes reboot leaves Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam to work out their rage at Bugs Bunny and others in a gun-free zone —
Hillary Clinton won this Bronx District by 93.7% in 2016, but now city councilman Ruben Diaz seems poised to beat a divided field of a
Texas Democrat Rep. Sylvia Garcia introduces HR 7505, a resolution aimed to stop President Trump before he nukes a hurricane, or uses any strategic weapon
While Bill Whittle brings you a shocker: San Francisco may address the death of George Floyd and police brutality in general, with a freeze on