Major business leader, Bob Johnson, the founder of Black Entertainment TV (BET), tells CNBC that the 2020 presidential election is Donald Trump’s to lose. No one can dominate the news cycle like Trump, and the Democratic presidential candidates have moved to far from the center to appeal to the super-majority of Black voters the Democrats require in order to win the White House, Johnson says.
Billionaire Mark Cuban solves the 2nd Amendment debate with a little editing. Your federal government guarantees your right to keep and bear arms, while your state regulates that gun ownership. What could be wrong with a solution that respects our federated republican form of government, and guarantees your right to own a gun?
Marcus Lemonis, owner of Camping World and star of CNBC’s ‘The Profit’, must take down the 40′ x 80′ American flag he flies over his North Carolina business, Camping World. Lemonis refuses, and pays the daily fine. Now, Statesville is suing him to force him into compliance with the city ordinance regarding flag sizes within 100-feet of a highway.
Bill Whittle and Scott Ott, both active in the early days of the Tea Party movement, reflect on its 10th anniversary. What did it mean at the start? What did it accomplish? Where do we go from here? And would Donald Trump be President of the United States without the Tea Party?
Economists cool on GDP growth in 2019 and see a possible recession in 2020. Meanwhile, the American people think the major threat lies within “the Beltway.” Scott Ott leads Stephen Green and Bill Whittle to examine our prospects in the coming months. If you enjoyed this video, consider becoming one of those who produced it. […]
New job growth report shatters expectations on the eve of Congressional midterm elections. Will Americans keep the team that brought us record low unemployment, much greater hiring, and GDP growth above 4%? Since Bill Whittle recorded this episode, the Labor Department released even better numbers — 250,000 new jobs in October, and wage growth above […]