How can conservatives make the case that looting is not a social justice issue?
Bill Whittle and Zo Rachel examine wealth and poverty — often from personal experience — and how Progressives demonize one and glorify the other in pursuit of societal destruction.
Alfonzo Rachel and Bill Whittle explore the roots of widespread ignorance that allows Biden and Harris to keep peddling the same false narrative about racism.
Bill Whittle, back from a crippling bout with COVID-19, finds that his mental DNA has changed…
Coach ‘Neon Deion’ Sanders goes off on his Jackson State players in a pre-game rant where he threatens to bench any player who won’t put away his smart phone. He who has ears, let him hear.
Employers go begging and millions of jobs go unfilled in the COVID-19 employment reshuffle. The economic crisis sparks a new wave of “quit your job” enthusiasm, but where have all the workers gone? Video above hosted at Rumble.
So locked down they can’t buy groceries without a negative coronavirus test, and then only weekly, China provides a cautionary tale to government officials who imagine there’s no COVID.
From Vice President Kamala Harris to talk-host Whoopie Goldberg, arrogant elites talk down at you when it comes to COVID-19, vaccines, masks, and all things ‘Rona.
Men across America are getting vasectomies as an ‘act of love’.
How should Conservatives respond when Progressives awaken to evidence that their ideology creates the harsh reality of a Hellscape like San Francisco?
President Biden starts a COVID-19 conference call with state governors by saying: “There is no federal solution. This gets solved at the state level.” Are we Constitutional conservatives dreaming?
A generation rises who don’t believe the avatars of woke politics because the theory doesn’t survive contact with reality.
Alfred in “The Dark Knight” Batman movie was right: “Some men just want to watch the world burn.” How can conservatives defend against an attack that seeks personal gain in societal collapse?
Is there anything you can do about it? Will anybody even want to?
A wildfire has ripped through American institutions, but the cinders will become a garden again.