The future of private human space exploration is billionaires like Branson, Bezos, and Musk riding to the heavens on a plume of “the people’s money”.
Bill Whittle and Zo Rachel endure ambush journalism from Stephen Green in another legendary episode of Lighting Round.
Mollie Hemingway, at TheFederalist.com, says the so-called “Battle of Lafayette Square” — in which unprovoked cops attacked peaceful protestors with tear gas canisters to clear a path for President Trump’s awkward Bible photo op — is not what every major news source said it was. Her account largely agrees with a statement from the acting […]
Joe Lockhart, President Bill Clinton’s press secretary from 1998-2000, offers six tips for how to handle President Trump at a White House press briefing. Will journalists take his advice, and can any technique work on this black swan president? Our Members fund Bill Whittle Now, and they enjoy backstage content, a searchable Member directory with […]
CNN journo Brian Stelter Tweets that he crawled into bed to cry at our lost pre-pandemic lives. The reporter’s pillow — soaked in hot, wet tears — can be laid at the feet of President Donald Trump. Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green look at the man who might have been Brian Stelter. If […]
The mainstream USA news media initially accepted Chinese communist party lies about the virus that appeared in Wuhan, and when those lies were uncovered, reporters began to highlight the communist response as a way of criticizing President Donald Trump’s own actions. Right Angle is a production of our Members who enjoy exclusive access to content, […]
The enthusiasm was very nearly noticeable as former President Barack Obama finally endorsed his own former vice president Joe Biden, the last man standing in the Democratic primary. Meanwhile, Chris ‘Fredo’ Cuomo has a mid-life crisis on air, lamenting that his CNN job restrains him when critics attack and he wants to “do you the […]
Under the headline “Chaos Rocks the White House on Virus’ Most Tragic Day” CNN unloads on the Trump administration’s purported disarray, while it buries lede that the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation has revised downward the number of expected dead from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The men of Right Angle analyze news in the COVID-19 era, as the private sector wins, news media loses, and Trump rolls on to reelection…even though Joe Biden has a new PODCAST! Join us today and become part of the team that produces this show and enjoys exclusive content at our website. Listen to the […]
Democrats are in a pickle for 2020, as the Labor Department reports a 6th straight month of record job growth, and a 50-year low in unemployment. How can they compete with this economic juggernaut. Quick, impeach Trump!
Lagging far behind ABC World News Tonight and NBC Nightly News, the CBS Evening News moves to “the center of where everything is happening” with new anchor Norah O’Donnell. Will proximity to the action in Washington D.C. save the once-great newscast?
Bill Whittle, in an epic rant, explodes over the Democratic 2016 election do-over charade called impeachment hearings. Watch this as your pre-game show for — or in lieu of — the House hearings. The gloves come off as Bill calls the hearings “absolutely, monumentally, evil.”
President Trump puts on a spectacular display of message dominance while drowning out the mainstream media. Does this consummate entertainer — this pop president — get something that even Ronald Reagan could not? Have Americans changed in the intervening years so that Reagan couldn’t cut it today?
Facebook’s recently-announced news tab will provide a reliable place for Americans to find accurate reporting, credible journalism and truthiness — far from the fake news and disinformation of social media. Is this good news for fact-hungry Americans and a rebirth of actual journalism, or is it the final death knell of the great American newspaper, […]
The New York Times says insiders are still fishing for a better candidate for the Democrat party’s 2020 presidential nomination. After multiple debates among scores of candidates, millions of dollars spent, and exhaustive polling, the Democratic establishment still wishes it had someone who could beat President Donald Trump.