Gen. Michael Flynn was fired as President Trump’s National Security Advisor after admitting he lied to the FBI. Since he’s rescinded his guilty plea, and the Department of Justice asked a judge to drop the case against him, should a fired liar be back in at the Trump White House? Refresh yourself on the foundations […]
As Governors like Greg Abbott of Texas begin to lift stay-at-home orders and we start to re-open business and go back to work, how can we tell if it’s going well…or not. Since many don’t trust the media, or politicians, and assume they’ll continue to focus on catastrophe, how can you make a prudent decision […]
Joe Lockhart, President Bill Clinton’s press secretary from 1998-2000, offers six tips for how to handle President Trump at a White House press briefing. Will journalists take his advice, and can any technique work on this black swan president? Our Members fund Bill Whittle Now, and they enjoy backstage content, a searchable Member directory with […]
CNN journo Brian Stelter Tweets that he crawled into bed to cry at our lost pre-pandemic lives. The reporter’s pillow — soaked in hot, wet tears — can be laid at the feet of President Donald Trump. Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green look at the man who might have been Brian Stelter. If […]
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden tells KDKA radio that former First Lady Michelle Obama is ‘brilliant’ and ‘a really fine woman’ and if she’d be his running mate, ‘I’d take her in a heartbeat.’ Would the former-FLOTUS Veep pick shake up the race? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is a production of our […]
The mainstream USA news media initially accepted Chinese communist party lies about the virus that appeared in Wuhan, and when those lies were uncovered, reporters began to highlight the communist response as a way of criticizing President Donald Trump’s own actions. Right Angle is a production of our Members who enjoy exclusive access to content, […]
President Trump unveils his plan to Open America Up Again — a plan that’s phased, grounded in science, and state-centric. Critics immediately complained about the details of the plan, lack of funding and testing resources, and Trump’s apparent reversal regarding the role of the state governors. Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott comes to you […]
Sen. Bernie Sanders suspends his presidential campaign, but he stays on state primary ballots, keeps his delegates, gets more, and tries to pressure Joe Biden to become like the democratic socialist who just dropped out of the race.
Capt. Brett Crozier gets fired as commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt for leaking a cry of desperation for his COVID-19 afflicted crew. Days later, Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly gives a profanity-laced speech to the carrier crew, calling Crozier “naive or stupid.” Modly’s speech seemed to say to Crozier, “Hold my beer.”
Forced underground by the COVID-19 pandemic, former Vice President Joe Biden tries to project calm, steady, predictable leadership, awaiting the inevitable Trump meltdown. L.A. Times columnist Doyle McManus tells Democrats not to worry that the Biden campaign vanished — it’s just what’s needed at a time like this to make ‘Bunker Joe’ the November sleeper pick.
President Trump’s Trade Advisor, Peter Navarro, sent a memo on January 29 which seems prophetic about the COVID-19 pandemic, in hindsight.
Roger L. Simon at TheEpochTimes.com suggests we postpone the 2020 election if the COVID-19 pandemic continues into the fall. Bill Whittle thinks its the worst idea ever, and would happen only over the Constitution’s dead body.
The men of Right Angle analyze news in the COVID-19 era, as the private sector wins, news media loses, and Trump rolls on to reelection…even though Joe Biden has a new PODCAST! Join us today and become part of the team that produces this show and enjoys exclusive content at our website. Listen to the […]
*** [UPDATE: I mistakenly identified the reporter in the embedded clip as Jake Tapper. The reporter in question is Jim Acosta. I apologize for the error] It’s the single greatest asset you possess when going into battle, and the longer and tougher the battle is, the more important morale becomes. So why is it that […]
When President Trump’s associate, Carter Page, came under FBI scrutiny, we later learned of errors in the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) applications that suggested political motives. Now, the Justice Department watchdog, Michael Horowitz, finds 29 randomly-selected FISA applications replete with many blunders. Are FBI agents incompetent to fill out the paperwork? Is the process […]