On March 18, 2020, Bill Whittle heard California’s lockdown would start at midnight. If you could talk to your self on that day, what would you tell your pre-COVID self to help get through the past year?
Texas announces state will no longer mandate mask wearing, but leave the decision to mask to individuals and businesses as infections and deaths decline, and vaccinations ramp up aggressively. But some folks seem enamored of staying masked up in perpetuity. Some politicians like it that way. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott create 20 […]
California Gov. Gavin Newsom takes control of your holiday festivities with a long list of regulations designed to make this a very Progressive Thanksgiving.
Elon Musk opens his California Tesla plant, in violation of Alameda County, and begs authorities to arrest him alone. State lawmaker Lorena Gonzalez Tweets “F*** Elon Musk.” Bill Whittle calls Musk’s rebellion “the Tweet heard ’round the world.” Musk may move the entire operation to Texas. Right Angle is a production of our Members. Join […]
Now that the data show the COVID-19 curve flattening, the voices that were demanding that we listen to the science seem deaf to the current science. How is is that science makes fear but not comfort? Right Angle is a production of our Members. Join them now. Join the Rebellion Listen to the Audio Version […]
Kern County, California Urgent Care centers are closing because THEIR EMERGENCY ROOM ARE EMPTY. Similar stories are being reported around the country. What gives? Join the Rebellion
The COVID-19 pandemic has chased many city folk out of the densely-populated urban core, and some aren’t coming back. Will Democrats who flee cities and move to suburban and rural areas take their values with them? Or does geography shape ideology? Read Jim Geraghty’s National Review column:“Moving Out, and Not Coming Back” Join the Rebellion […]
When authorities use harsh lockdown enforcement tactics, it makes news, but perhaps the stunning feature of the reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic is how rarely it happens. While it’s always wise to be vigilant about our freedoms, it’s also important to take a clear-eyed view of the situation on the ground. Right Angle is a […]
California AB-5, a law that could end freelance contracting — from writers, to rock bands, to computer coders, to Santa Clause actors — is soon coming to our nation’s capitol. Will Progressive concern for the little guy kill the little guy’s income? Frontline workers say it’s worse than anyone believes. Right Angle is a production […]
Across the country movements arise to split states along political lines, often with conservatives working to isolate progressive policies from harming them. Is this the way to deal with political divisions, or does the Constitution need a re-write to take into account the rural-urban divide that that would shock the Framers. Bill Whittle Now with […]
With Bernie Sanders taking the lead in a number of state polls, Democratic insiders panic at the thought that they can’t stop him. Jonathan Chait, writing in New York Magazine, calls nominating Bernie “insanity” because he’s the riskiest candidate since Barry Goldwater in 1964’s Republican presidential contest. Who will win this battle for the soul […]
The death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter, and seven others, in a fiery helicopter crash, struck the nation in a way beyond what one might expect for a professional basketball player. Bill Whittle, lives in Los Angeles, says it changed his mind in a surprising way. Bill Whittle is also a pilot who has flown […]
Pilgrims to the former entertainment capital of the world find that California dreamin’ today means they’ll live in a pod, wade through a sewer and try to avoid the plague.
The NCAA announced guidelines this week to allow college athletes to profit from use of their name, image and likeness, opening the gate for amateurs to cash in on sports through endorsements while still in school. Is this just a booster bonanza that puts some legal juice in a recruiting pitch?
First results from a universal basic income (UBI) study in Stockton, California, shows that free money makes people happy, and that they spend most of it on basic needs like food and utilities, rather than on drugs, alcohol or gambling. Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs wants his $500 per month stipend experiment done statewide.