As we remember the falling towers — and the falling man — from September 11, 2001, Bill Whittle and Alfonzo Rachel explore why it’s crucial that we conjure ‘the mystic chords of memory’.
Humans have to focus and filter all of the time. Focus on what matters. Filter out the rest. On the 10th anniversary of the elimination of Usama bin Laden, and nearly 20th of the 9/11 terror attacks in New York, Pennsylvania and Washington D.C, Bill Whittle reflects on a cure that did more damage than […]
The New York Times quotes former hostages of the Taliban, Iran and Somali pirates, saying they received a toothbrush, soap and blankets from their terrorist captors to highlight allegations that the U.S. Customs and Border Protection detention facilities don’t provide these basic hygiene items to migrant detainees…including children. Will “At least the Taliban gave me a toothbrush” become the latest battle cry in the movement to improve treatment of illegal aliens?
SNL sketch-comic Pete Davidson insulted a wounded Navy SEAL for his appearance on Weekend Update. But he came back the next week and apologized to that warrior, Lt. Commander Dan Crenshaw, who’s now a Congressman-elect. Could this outbreak of humanity, humility and redemption catch on? Right Angle comes to you for free thanks to the […]
How have we changed in the days since that Tuesday when evil thundered from a clear blue sky? Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green counter the MSM narrative of the post-9/11 America.
The tragic events of 9/11 brought together Americans from all parts of life in a moment of unity. How is American unity faring sixteen years later? How can we come together again? The Right Angle team chimes in.