Genes carry hereditary information. MEMES carry cultural information. Problem is, many memes are defective — they’re based on falsehoods. We used to have an immune system — called the “press” — that caught errors. Now the “press” generates most of the falsehoods themselves. TIME FOR THE BIG CLUE BAT.
Is America really broke? Michael Moore (and others) tells us that there are oceans of cash being hoarded by the wealthy. But Iowahawk (iowahawk.typepad.com) did a little addition, and armed with these statistics Bill and the ‘Hawk blow a hole in the “hoarding” lie big enough to fit a documentary filmmaker through.
The protests in Wisconsin are just the surface of a far, far larger phenomenon taking place beneath the surface. In this Firewall, Bill examines the three great waves of human civilization, and how what we are seeing in Madison is a war the Unions ultimately cannot win.
President Obama and his administration’s contempt for our traditional allies, coupled with his comfort with our traditional adversaries can no longer be attributed to inexperience, or even incompetence. It must be due to ideology. Bill Whittle chalks out the disgraceful history as it stands SO FAR.
President Obama just delivered his State of the Union address. But the examples he used of American greatness belong to small business and individual genius, not big-state “innovation.” Bill chalks out the inconsistencies and provides some common-sense conservative solutions.
It’s Christmas in America! In this episode, Bill looks at the relationship between Christianity and freedom, and takes us back to the days of the Sears Catalog and long, loooooong waits until Christmas morning.
In the final installment of the What We Believe series, Bill looks at how America is indeed exceptional — a once-in-history success militarily, economically, scientifically and culturally.
In Part 6 of What We Believe, Bill looks at the critical distinction between legal and Illegal immigration, and how apologists for illegal immigration end up hurting the legal immigrants that have always been the backbone of America.
In Part 5 of the What We Believe series, Bill examines to role of gun ownership as a bulwark against the power of the Big State, and deals with some of the logical problems of the gun control movement.
What makes some laws worth obeying, while others demand to be overturned? In Part 4, Bill examines the difference between Natural Law and Political Law.
In Part 3 of the series, Bill shows how wealth can be created from thin air.
In Part 2 of his series on what Tea Party Conservatives believe, Bill looks at the problems and dangers associated with elitism and elitist philosophy.
Bill Whittle chalks out the basics of Tea Party Conservatism. In this segment, Bill talks about the advantages of small government and free enterprise.