USA Today reports that China “stopped” the COVID-19 pandemic with harsh, collectivist tactics that liberty-loving Americans would never accept. Do we run the risk of death by individualism? Or is China still lying on a massive scale about the success of its totalitarian efforts to kill the pandemic? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is […]
The Czech Republic orders thousands of novel Coronavirus tests from China, and they’re junk. How can the Communist Chinese government continue to stand as they export COVID-19 and lies. We don’t think communists created the virus, but they certainly enabled its spread by self-protective deception in the early days of the disease. Right Angle is […]
Under a barrage of frightening news about the COVID-19 novel Coronavirus, Bill Whittle lays out his coping strategy that allows him to move forward with confidence in the face of fear. How are you coping, and how can you help calm others? Get your FREE Patriot’s Primer on American Liberty. Our Members produce this show, […]
How much control should conservative Americans cede to the government during the COVID-19 novel Coronavirus crisis? In the wake of a the limited lockdown of New Rochelle, New Jersey, and indications that the U.S. is running about 50 days behind China and 11.5 days behind Italy, are we ready to accept widespread limitations on our […]
COVID-19, the novel Coronavirus, poses a danger. But death from respiratory failure is not the most insidious consequence for America. Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green grapple with how to fight off the most dangerous symptom…and it’s something you CAN do. “Un-Fearing the Coronavirus,” the episode of Bill Whittle Now that Scott Ott mentions. […]
Justin Timberlake blanks on his own lyrics after dodging urine bottle projectile. China lies like crazy about coronavirus. Topics from the strange to the serious on this latest episode of Stephen Green’s Right Angle Lightning Round, with Bill Whittle and Scott Ott. Imagine seeing this show live, on-board a magnificent Royal Carbbean cruise ship, sailing […]
The Trump administration proposes to grab your photo anytime you enter or leave the USA. This new power comes at a time when China builds facial profiles from DNA samples to target ‘dangerous’ minorities, your phone makes a 3-D map of your face, and Edward Snowden’s new book — Permanent Record — shows how the NSA sweeps up all data and stores it forever.
Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, rejects dirty political ad money. Meanwhile, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg wants it all, and refuses to filter out the false claims. Is this just a beautiful flowering of the free market, or is Twitter a censor, and Facebook a libelous publisher? Will President Elizabeth Warren still break up both of them?
Hong Kong CEO Carrie Lam, China’s compliant puppet, gets jeered from the legislature when she tries to give her annual speech. She later gives the speech by video, saying the independence movement won’t be tolerated, and blames the protest on income inequality.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un rides a white horse on Mt. Paektu (aka Baekdu), the holy mountain of his grandfather Kim Il-Sung, in advance of “a great operation to strike the world with wonder again and make a step forward in the Korean revolution,” according to official news coverage.
Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden says his White House will follow the “squeaky clean transparent” model of the Obama administration. This, just hours after Hunter Biden bails from board of financial firm in China.
Esports gamer Chung Ng Wai, who goes by Blitzchung, wears a gas mask and goggles and ends an interview saying “Liberate Hong Kong: Revolution of our times.” Hearthstone tournament sponsor Blizzard Entertainment bans him for a year and strips him of $10,000 in 2019 winnings.
The National Basketball Association (NBA) has a reputation for allowing players to speak out on issues of justice and discrimination. Some call it ‘the woke league’. However, when Houston Rockets’ GM Daryl Morey tweeted support for the Hong Kong democracy movement, his owner, some players, and his league, rebuked him and rejected his statement.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam agrees to withdraw the extradition bill that drove massive crowds to the streets for the past three months, but the protesters almost immediately say she concedes too little, too late. They have four more demands and a commitment to hang in there until they get them.
Despite President Trump’s punitive tariffs on Chinese imports to the U.S., American businesses seem bullish on China, with profits up, and few interested in moving manufacturing out of the People’s Republic. But Bill Whittle sees trouble down the road for China’s long-running economic surge.