British court fails to protect woman’s romantic relationship with a lighting fixture. Is your civil right to swing WITH the chandelier in jeopardy?
The Trump administration tries to restart the execution of federal convicts after a 20-year hiatus, but a judge blocks the move because the method of lethal injection would violate a 1994 law that mandates use of the same procedure as the state where the conviction happened. Bill Whittle grapples with the quandary that puts the […]
The parents of the victims of the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting may sue Remington Arms over the way the firearms company marketed its AR-15 style Bushmaster rifle, according to the U.S. Supreme Court. Can marketing be murder?
Emile Ratelband, a Dutch citizen, petitioned a court to alter his birth certificate, making him legally 20 years younger. Transgender activists flipped. If sex is subjective and fluid, why not age? Bill Whittle Now examines the liberty of a person to force government to contradict biology. Join the band of citizen-producers who made this show. […]
When a judge thinks the law is wrong, he’s still constrained to instruct the jury that they must issue a verdict under that law. He can’t even tell them the minimum sentence under that bad law. One judge in a child pornography distribution case speaks out, prompting Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill Whittle to […]
Right Angle co-host Stephen Green gets called for jury duty, and has mixed feelings about. Shouldn’t Constitutional conservatives relish the opportunity to serve? Steve, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott wrestle with the question. Right Angle comes to you five times per week because of devoted people like you who invest $9.95/month produce and distribute it. […]