Mr. Virtual President

  • THE VIRTUAL INAUGURAL 2013

    (February 7, 2013) — The Virtual President outlines the three essential qualities needed for the Pursuit of Happiness in Modern America, and sets a challenge to free...

  • GUNS (Virtual State of the Union 2013)

    (February 21, 2013) — In this segment of his Virtual State of the Union, the Virtual President talks about why politicians want to talk about gun control...

  • VOTER FRAUD (Virtual State of the Union 2013)

    (March 6, 2013) — The Virtual President concludes his 2013 State of the Union address by showing how voter fraud IS voter suppression, and by calling for...

  • IMMIGRATION (Virtual Town Hall meeting – Ramona, CA)

    (March 30, 2013) — Virtual President Bill Whittle takes a question on immigration at a Virtual Town Hall meeting located not far from the Mexican border. (That...

  • NORTH KOREA (Virtual Press Conference)

    (April 9, 2013) — The Virtual President discusses options as war once again threatens the Korean Peninsula.

  • ENTITLEMENTS (Virtual Town Hall meeting – Ramona, CA)

    (May 14, 2013) — Virtual President Bill Whittle takes a question on entitlements at a Virtual Town Hall meeting in Ramona, CA. and explains how the answer...

  • YOUR GOVERNMENT: 1. Legislation

    (October 18, 2013) — In the first of this 11-part series, Virtual President Bill Whittle discusses the need for clear, concise, readable and UNDERSTANDABLE legislation as the...

  • YOUR GOVERNMENT: Legislation

    (November 2, 2013) — From https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com: In the first of this 11-part series, the Virtual President discusses the need for clear, concise, readable and understandable LEGISLATION as...

  • YOUR GOVERNMENT: Health Care

    (November 22, 2013) — In this installment of the YOUR GOVERNMENT series, Virtual President Bill Whittle explains why a two-cent aspirin pill costs $20, and how we...

  • YOUR GOVERNMENT: Education

    (February 7, 2014) — In this third installment of the YOUR GOVERNMENT series, Virtual President Bill Whittle discusses ways to improve our ailing educational system.

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