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 […]
Fred ‘Curly’ Neal just passed away at 77, but his impact on the game of basketball, and his Harlem Globetrotters’ transformative message to a nation, lingers on. Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott looks at the legacy of an American legend. Our Members produce this show out of a love of country, a devotion to […]
National Rifle Association (NRA) CEO Wayne LaPierre comes under fire for lavish spending on his own luxurious lifestyle, and board Members depart. Is there a reasonable, work-related justification, for LaPierre’s $5 million mansion? What happens when a principle-based organization grants unchecked authority to a single individual?
The Boston Globe reports that the FBI and ICE sweep photo databases at state departments of motor vehicles (DMV) to run criminal searches unauthorized by state or federal law. You didn’t sign off, granting the feds permission to access your image and information without probable cause. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle complain that the law enforcement agencies have done this on their own initiative, turning the land of the Fourth Amendment — the Republic of “innocent until proven guilty” — into suspect nation.
As pandering Democrats push reparations for slavery, what’s the Republican answer to address issues like institutional racism, poverty, unequal justice, failing schools, and other problems and grievances? Is it enough to just say ‘No’ to reparations, or should the GOP have a positive, creative program to address problems, many of which are caused by government?
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?
Democratic candidates for president, at an event run by the Rev. Al Sharpton, say they support paying reparations to the descendants of slaves. Bill Whittle and Scott Ott say: “Let’s do it,” but for different reasons. Stephen Green leads the examination of this quadrennial Democratic issue.
Bill Whittle wants to teach the new course at the University of Kansas on “Angry White Males” (HUM 365) — so he can give the college students a lesson in human rights and the blessings of liberty. Don’t miss this epic take-down of the social justice warrior view of the very men who make it possible for them to be so loudly ignorant.
Social Justice Warriors, having exhausted the potential of ‘virtue signaling’, now try ‘positional good’ — a form of competition among the hierarchies of victimhood. Don’t worry, Bill Whittle can explain. No, there is too much. Bill can sum up. Join the crew of citizen-producers of content like this: https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register Join the discussion in our Right […]
A lesbian couple paints their fence, then their house, with the rainbow flag to counter their neighbor’s alleged “homophobia.” But do you have the right to do anything you want to your home if it might affect your neighbor’s property values? Subscribe and become a patron-producer spreading the message of liberty around the world, in […]
Did the social rights icon start a war with Donald Trump by refusing to attend the inauguration, or is Donald Trump stooping to his own defense?