Greta Thunberg marvels that nothing has happened since the 17-year-old Swedish climate activist made a speech at the United Nations last year. Who will tell the young that change doesn’t happen like that…nor very quickly. Bill Whittle stands well equipped to do what somebody must: shatter the dreams of the young. Right Angle is a […]
Time magazine dubs Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg as the 2019 person of the year, but Bill Whittle has his own nominee — a humanitarian and environmentalist who actually did something. Here’s why the editors of Time should have picked President Donald Trump, and why they never can.
In this clip from Right Angle, Scott Ott re-frames Progressivism in light of the massive advances in human happiness, and encourages our Progressive friends to declare victory, because your better future is here.
Refuse to have children, stop traveling by jet, and carry chopsticks in your purse to avoid using disposable flatware at restaurants. These are some of the coping techniques adopted by folks suffering from climate anxiety, climate grief or climate despair.
From climate change to recycling to health care to capitalism and impeachment, Progressives fail at everything that matters to them. Scott Ott, Bill Whittle and Stephen Green take a crack at cheering up our Progressive friends.
Some 11,000 “experts” around the world say that it’s not enough to reduce fossil fuel burning, the climate emergency is here and we need to cut the number of people on the planet. But what do they recommend as a method of depopulation?
Memes and hashtags multiply with “OK Boomer” (or #OKBoomer), a sarcastic slap from Gen Z to mock their elders who created this mess — whether that’s climate change, wars, political division, economic hardship, lack of health care, and more. Bill Whittle thinks it’s funny…at first. #EpicRant warning. #OKSnowflake
Democrat Presidential candidates Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren unveil plans to tax wealth progressively to fund Medicare for All, and the valiant fight against man-made climate change.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and other Democrat leaders nationwide announce that students can skip classes Friday (9/20/201) to join the global climate strike aimed at protesting man-made climate breakdown. Is this just a craven political move, at the expense of taxpayers and of student learning, or a great way to give young people an active role in the crucial work to save the planet?
Behavioral scientist Magnus Söderlund, appearing on Swedish state TV, says to combat climate and deal with the looming food scarcity we need to overcome the “conservative taboo” against eating human flesh. Even if you’re reluctant to taste your neighbor, he says you could become accustomed to cannibalism little by little.
The Business Roundtable, a group of some 200 corporations, sign an official statement that their purpose is no longer just to produce a return for their shareholders, but to provide social justice for their employees, suppliers, communities and to the planet.
Are man-made climate change warriors blind to the obscene optics of 100+ private jets — bearing aloft the children of privilege and celebrity — flying in to Google’s Camp where they can decry the evils of the carbon emissions which doom the planet? Apparently, they are. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott consider the motives — and tone deafness — of people who claim to care about a cause as they do exactly that which maximizes the problem they’re fighting.
The government of France slaps an eco-tax of up to $20 (US) on departing plane passengers to fund transit projects, because…climate change. Scott Ott leads Bill Whittle and Stephen Green to consider the implications of exacting tribute from a small group (the flying public) to pay for Utopian Progressive control dreams over the entire public.
Tom Steyer, who has led a two year campaign to impeach President Trump, and devoted years as a climate crusader alarmed at global warming, just announced he’ll spend $100 million to get the Democratic nomination for president. Can Steyer’s billions buy the White House? Should the Democrats pick a wealthy populist outsider to face Trump? How long can Progressives endure a rich, white, male, heterosexual, professing Christian, candidate?
In the wake of the first round of Democratic presidential primary debates, Americans are left with the impression that climate change and Mitch McConnell are the two greatest, imminent threats to the country, and to life on Earth. But even if Mitch McConnell personally causes climate change, can Democrats win the White House?