Saturday Night Live reportedly believed that comedian Shane Gillis would appeal to conservatives, so they hired him in a shameless play for a bigger audience going into the 45th season of the once-great sketch-comedy show. Then they fired Gillis within hours.
Comedian Shane Gillis gets hired by Saturday Night Live for its 45th season, then fired within days, when podcast audio reveals him using racial and ‘homophobic’ slurs.
Democratic socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he’ll wipe out all $1.6 trillion in student loan debt, plus offer college and trade school for free. Won’t 45 million Americans who still owe for college just love Bernie’s plan?
As President Trump honors tax-cut champion Arthur Laffer with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, NPR says the Laffer Curve that describes the beneficial effect of those cuts, doesn’t work, and never has. Why are Republicans so in love with this economic theory that Democrats think is fake news?
Salon, ThinkProgress, Vox and other Progressive media outlets struggle to stay out of bankruptcy despite the growing popularity of socialism in the United States. Is this proof that free enterprise is a failed economic model when a good-hearted Progressive can’t make a profit trying to destroy capitalism?
Bill Whittle finds three reasons to break up Google, YouTube, Facebook and other social media companies that use algorithms to suppress free speech. This is not merely the revenge of the Right over demonetization. Bias without consent, practical monopoly status, and the distinction between carriers and publishers all lead to the conclusion that even conservatives should cheer the dissolution of these “private” businesses.
In the wake of The New York Times story “The Making of a YouTube Radical” — that tarred Bill Whittle, Stephen Crowder, Ben Shapiro, Stefan Molyneux, Jordan Peterson and others — it’s time for “the paper of record” to meet some of the real Members of a private Conservative video enclave. (Progressives prepare to be shocked.) Rather than a monolithic demographic cluster of old, white, heterosexual men, we find a cross-section of America.
Should cities deputize your neighbor to ticket your car? How about empowering citizens to issue citations for excessive vehicle idling, or to catch you texting and driving? You’d imagine rule-of-law conservatives and libertarians would back this public-private partnership already underway in Washington DC, New York and California.
The presidential polling dominance of former Vice President Joe Biden contradicts the narrative that Democrats want the DNC to tack hard Left. Despite Socialist-wannabe insurgencies — from Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Beto O’Rourke, Pete Buttigieg, Kamala Harris, and others — the rise and rule of Biden seems to show that moderate Democrats still own the DNC.
Idaho sunsets all regulations every year, and typically re-approves them as a matter of course…but not this year. The entire regulatory code has been cancelled, and the script has been flipped. If the governor wants to keep a regulation, state government must go through the normal approval process for a new rule. Bill Whittle has started packing his bags to move to a state where a conservative can make a fresh start.
The New York Times has transcripts of Donald Trump’s IRS tax returns from 1985-94. They show huge business losses of $1.17 billion in a decade, and profits from shady deals in which Trump bought stock, spread false rumors of a take-over, then sold his stock quickly at a profit. Will revelations from this “bombshell” story have any effect on Trump supporters or his reelection chances? Do Democrats now have additional reason to press for release of his last six years of tax returns?
Stephen Green ambushes Bill Whittle and Scott Ott with the hottest headlines based on a carefully-curated blend of significance and/or humor value. If this were a gameshow, someone would be going home with a year’s supply of Eskimo Pies, or…A NEW CAR!
An Argentinian company markets a condom in a package that requires four hands to open, as a way to ensure mutual consent in sexual encounters. Scott Ott, Bill Whittle and Stephen Green explore the possibilities of this new product.
Bill Whittle reveals the awful truth about the Mueller report in a series of secret revelations from a leaked copy of the un-redacted document. Stephen Green and Scott Ott analyze the allegations and predict unavoidable impeachment as soon as Democrat House Members see this video.
Journalists seem undeterred by the findings of the Mueller Report, as they double down on stupid in the wake of the revelation that President Trump told the truth for two years when he said “no collusion.” He was also right when he called mainstream media coverage “fake news.”