If the amount of your tax contribution determines the amount of your federal benefits — as the Supreme Court just decided when it cut off Puerto Ricans from Social Security Income — is your benefit check next?
President Biden appoints Nina Jankowicz to head up the new Disinformation Governance Board within the Department of Homeland Security, raising comparisons with George Orwell’s “Ministry of Truth” in 1984.
In a verbal barrage that chronicles the failure of the Progressive Left, Bill Whittle illustrates how they now lose on every issue, everywhere, all the time.
Was Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s slip of the lip a laughable mistake, or one of the most apt indicators of the political divide that tears this nation apart.
Hillary Clinton won this Bronx District by 93.7% in 2016, but now city councilman Ruben Diaz seems poised to beat a divided field of a dozen Democrat contenders for the bluest House seat in the USA. He’s pro-life, pro-Traditional marriage, believes the Bible, and has become a huge embarrassment to Progressive Democrats who desperately want […]
Texas Democrat Rep. Sylvia Garcia introduces HR 7505, a resolution aimed to stop President Trump before he nukes a hurricane, or uses any strategic weapon — not merely thermonuclear explosions — to alter weather patterns or affect the climate. You pay Rep. Garcia $174,000/year for her serious work. Our Members make it possible for Bill […]
With panic sweeping the news media, social media, official Washington D.C., and the toilet paper aisle at the local grocery store, Bill Whittle deals with the taproot of fear. He explodes in righteous indignation against the craven acts of opportunistic politicians. Among Bill’s common sense concepts for escaping bad crisis advice: It’s not a financial […]
Offered the opportunity to describe the best-case scenario in light of the impeachment of President Donald Trump, Bill Whittle outlines the worst-case scenario as the best we can hope. Is the situation for the country, the Congress and the Constitution that dire? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is a production of our Members. Join […]
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has done every crazy thing but froth at the mouth during the impeachment process. A sane person trying to understand her tactics might conclude that Pelosi has gone wild. Stephen Green leads Scott Ott and Bill Whittle in an effort to make sense of her approach.
President Trump said he’d “strongly consider” accepting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s invitation to testify in his own defense before Congress and “speak all the truth that he wants.”
The NCAA announced guidelines this week to allow college athletes to profit from use of their name, image and likeness, opening the gate for amateurs to cash in on sports through endorsements while still in school. Is this just a booster bonanza that puts some legal juice in a recruiting pitch?
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announces an impeachment inquiry against President Trump. Bill Whittle thinks she has just handed the president a 2020 election victory. But how does a president under impeachment run a campaign?
President Donald Trump orders the release of the transcript of his July 25 phone call with Ukraine President Voldymyr Zelensky, believing it clears him of an anonymous whistle-blower’s accusations of self-dealing. Democrats in Congress read the same transcript and believe it proves Trump used the power of his office to pressure a foreign leader to help his own reelection campaign.
Democrats say they have 200 votes in the House to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25/hour to $15. But a new study from the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) says that in addition to lifting 1.3 million households above the official poverty line, raising the minimum wage would kill up to 3.7 million jobs. Even if you think low-paid workers should make more, is there a better way to do it than with the long-arm of the federal government?
Special Counsel Robert Mueller, at his final press conference, implies Donald Trump is NOT not guilty of obstruction of justice, and leaves the door open for impeachment. Will Democrats take new hope from the implication that the only reason the Mueller report didn’t recommend charges against Trump is because a sitting president can’t be charged with a crime?