The NY Times finds a troubled young college dropout who claims YouTube turned him from Liberal to Alt-Right radical — that he was “brainwashed” by YouTube’s recommendation algorithm which led him ever deeper into the right-wing “rabbit hole.” The Times illustrates the story with a collage of commentators, including Bill Whittle, Stefan Molyneux, Steven Crowder, and Ben Shapiro, implying they’re culpable for the brainwashing. Bill Whittle reacts to this new, libelous, effort by a Progressive flagship to shut down freedom of speech.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz may run for president if he thinks he can win the American middle — people disenchanted with the approaches of both Trump and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill Whittle analyze his — or anyone’s — chances of carving victory from the American middle.
Progressives in the so-called “intellectual dark web” get a warm, respectful, reception from an audience of conservatives in Oxnard, California, who had come to hear podcaster Dave Rubin’s standup comedy. They acknowledge that this kind of dialogue could never happen on a college campus. Right Angle comes to you five times each week, thanks to […]
How can the country come together if we can’t even agree across the political aisle about the institutions that form the foundation of a civil society? Bill, Scott, and Steve of Right Angle review a new Pew Research survey detailing public opinion regarding institutions such as the news media, academia, unions, and churches to better […]