Bill Whittle’s first reaction to videos of violent protests across the nation in the wake of George Floyd’s death under the knee of a police officer was rage at the lawlessness. But this conservative’s second take was shaped by new information about about the instigating incident, and a new insight about police who take a […]
The stakes in the debate could not be greater, and the divide between views of race and justice seem stark. What’s missing from the public conversation over police brutality, racial justice, law and order? Bill Whittle and Scott Ott explore how can we channel despair and anger into something that pulls America together before we’re […]
Some employers now force workers to sign a “morality clause” that can get them fired, at the sole discretion of the boss, if they become a scandal on Twitter — even if they did nothing wrong. Should your entire life, including your political ideas, be under your employer’s purview? Could someone who hates you get […]
A speech pathologist brings a First Amendment challenge to a Texas law which requires her to pledge not to participate in the anti-Israel BDS movement. Should liberty-lovers support a law that restricts free speech, just because it favors a reliable ally? Bill Whittle Now probes the question. Subscribe to this channel, and click the ‘Liberty […]
Does jumping on the social justice warrior bandwagon lead to corporate suicide? Nike becomes the latest to curry favor with the Left by offending a huge swath of America. Stephen Green leads Bill Whittle and Scott Ott to analyze this disease.