As a public service, Bill Whittle shows a graphic simulation of what might happen if conspiracy theorists who want to “see them aliens” actually storm Area 51 in September as scheduled. The U.S. military is not a force to be trifled with, and under several potential scenarios, it ends badly for the Naruto runners approaching the military base.
A 20-year-old man who created a joke meme on Facebook called “Storm Area 51” to “see them aliens” now fears mass slaughter as nearly 2 million people sign up to raid the Air Force property, overwhelming the training facility’s security contingent. Are all these people in on the joke, or will they really show up and “Naruto run” onto the base in order to dodge the bullets?
Although much of this is speculation at this time, news that the 25th movie in the James Bond franchise will feature a Black female 007, sparks exploration of the hero’s journey, feminism, Progressivism, and the marginalization of the modern man. Will this feminist innovation revive the series, or kill it?
It may seem hopeless, but Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott dream of a better life, without the Internal Revenue Service. Imagine there’s no IRS? It would go a long way toward restoring the Constitution in the wake of the devastating 16th Amendment. How then would we pay for all of those reliable and desirable government services?
Pop culture is “THE battlefield” and Bill Whittle says feminist-twisted superheroes are winning. If the youth of our nation drink in Hollywood’s destruction of our cultural icons, and politics is downstream from culture, what kind of delta can we expect? Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green have co-hosted a three-man current events show for […]