With Joe Biden fast becoming the poster child for the collapse of Progressivism, Bill Whittle and Alfonzo Rachel run a clinic on how to sell Conservatism to a thirsty generation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has clearly changed the way many people think about the federal government. Can Conservatism survive COVID-19? What will become of ideas like limited government, lower taxes, fiscal responsibility, less regulation and federalism? Get two free items when you click this link FREE conservative alerts by email, and FREE Patriot’s Primer on American […]
President Trump and other Republicans back sending checks to cushion the blow Americans feel from the economic effects of the novel Coronavirus pandemic. Is it compassion or economic stimulus? And since when did Conservatism embrace federal government bail outs. Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is a production of our Members, who faithfully contribute to […]
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.
Federal Circuit judge blocks President Trump from forcing drug makers to reveal prices in their advertising. But D.C. Circuit Judge Amit Mehta did so by saying a regulatory agency doesn’t have authority to require this: Congress must pass a law. How can conservatives grapple with two objects of their desire in conflict — the end of Obamacare, and a commitment to Constitutional separation of powers.
There are many ways Progressives might defeat Conservatism and destroy this country. But there’s one which you can personally prevent. Yes, you! Bill Whittle explains how defeating tomophobia among Conservatives is crucial to the pursuit of happiness. In fact, the future of America depends on it.
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.
Corporate charity — whether driven by gratitude, altruism or public relations — is still a form of redistribution. Conservatives don’t like it when the government does that. Why is it OK for your boss to take the fruit of your labors and spread it around as a form of corporate virtue signaling?
In Part Five of his WE THE PEOPLE V 2.0 series on economics and politics, host Bill Whittle walks us through history to show why when it comes to government, less is more. (Sponsored by TPUSA and the citizen producers at BillWhittle.com)
Now that the Lightworker recedes into the void that he has created, our progressive friends suddenly discover the idea of SEPARATION OF POWERS.
More and more these days, people who call themselves “liberals” have bumper-sticker philosophies that are liberal — they’re not even leftist. They’re infantile. In his latest FIREWALL, Bill Whittle dissects one of these childish, undeservedly self-righteous positions and compares the modern “liberal” to the real deal.
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To keep messages like this coming go to http://www.declarationentertainment.com/ Will the astronauts of tomorrow be John Wayne types or Alan Alda types? And how did America learn to become a Beta Nation? And why is is that Alpha characters — even when written as foils and villains — always steal the show? And why is […]
It’s Christmas in America! In this episode, Bill looks at the relationship between Christianity and freedom, and takes us back to the days of the Sears Catalog and long, loooooong waits until Christmas morning.
In the final installment of the What We Believe series, Bill looks at how America is indeed exceptional — a once-in-history success militarily, economically, scientifically and culturally.