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Jacob Blake Shooting Reaction: Have Democrats Realized America Hates Riots?

While Kenosha, Wisconsin, burned, the reaction to the police shooting of Jacob Blake, has been muted compared with the nationwide uproar in the wake of George Floyd’s death. Have Democrats, Black Lives Matter, and the news media realized that America hates riots?

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Bill Whittle Now

Riots and Virus and Biden: What If It Never Gets Any Better Than This? [Pt. 1]

[Part 1] What if it never gets any better than this — riots and COVID-19 virus pandemic and Joe Biden in the White House? Scott Ott asks Bill Whittle for a conservative strategy if things don’t turn around anytime soon. Have you thought about it? Is there a silver lining in this Mordor-dark story?

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Right Angle

Statue of Former Slave Frederick Douglass Torn Down: Is this the End of History?

As of early July 9, 2020, police don’t know who tore a statue of Frederick Douglass from its base in a Rochester, NY, park and abandoned against a chain-link fence on the anniversary of his most famous anti-slavery speech. It wouldn’t make much sense if it were the same kind of protestors who vandalize statues of Confederate figures.

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Right Angle

“Irredeemably Evil”: How the Media Uses a Luxury Car to Imply Racist Attack

Greg Gutfeld at Fox News labels the media “irredeemably evil” when ABC News tweets about a “luxury car” that attacks a crowd of peaceful Black lives matter protestors. Never mind the race or motivations of the driver…you know, the actual facts of the story that didn’t neatly fit the narrative.

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Right Angle

Why Black People Resist Arrest: Is It a Natural Reaction to an Unjust Justice System?

“Resisting is desperation,” says Mike Muse in a column at Medium.com attempting to explain “Why Black People Resist Arrest”. With police brutality, racial injustice, and mob violence in the news daily, it’s time to take a look at some of the underlying motivations.

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Bill Whittle Now

Rage of Icons: Words Fail, Flags and Statues Fall in Wake of George Floyd’s Death

In the wake of George Floyd’s death, protestors find that where words fail, free expression comes as statues of Confederate leaders fall, and their old battle flag comes down. Images and icons have become the medium of rage, and public debate. Can Conservatives connect with a generation nursed on pictures, not words? Bill Whittle’s “Two […]

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Bill Whittle Now

Black Lives Matter Support Leaps in U.S. Public Opinion in Wake of George Floyd Death

Recent polls show U.S. public opinion in support of Black Lives Matter surging in the wake of the death of George Floyd, and the nationwide protests it sparked. Pollsters say such leaps are rare, but that American opinion generally moves toward equal treatment. Does the average American distinguish between the cause of racial justice embodied […]

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Right Angle

It’s Murder: Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Convicted After “Series of Horrible Mistakes”

Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger shot Botham Jean after accidentally entering his apartment in what her attorney called a “series of horrible mistakes.” A Texas jury just convicted the white woman for the murder of the black man. How can we protect cops, and innocent citizens downrange, from the flaws of their human nature?

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Bill Whittle Now

Prosecutors Use Artificial Intelligence to Make Color-Blind Justice

The District Attorney in San Francisco will use Artificial Intelligence to make color-blind justice by redacting police reports to delete anything that indicates the race of the accused, so prosecutors will decide which cases to pursue without taint of inherent, even unintentional, racial bias. Is this A.I. decision tool, finally, the fulfillment of the Progressive dream of racial justice?

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Firewall

BLACK LIVES MATTER KILLS PEOPLE

In this powerful and timely Firewall, Bill Whittle provides shocking evidence that demolishes the central, Big Lie of Black Lives Matter and then goes on to explain why a lie that size needs to be told by people like Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Loretta Lynch. Speaking this kind of truth plainly requires courage, and […]