Bernie Sanders admits to Fox News’ Chris Wallace that he’s a socialist, but so is Donald Trump. However, Bernie’s socialism benefits the working man, and Trump’s socialism only helps billionaires. Are corporate tax breaks, corporate welfare, and legal tax-dodging deals just another way of redistributing the wealth — robbing the poor to give to the […]
If we elect as president either Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders, they promise to forgive almost all student loan debt, a move guaranteed to make college unaffordable, . Warren takes her brilliant education policy a step further by promising to allow a 9-year-old transgender student to vet her nominees for Secretary of Education. Right Angle […]
Democrats say they have 200 votes in the House to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25/hour to $15. But a new study from the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) says that in addition to lifting 1.3 million households above the official poverty line, raising the minimum wage would kill up to 3.7 million jobs. Even if you think low-paid workers should make more, is there a better way to do it than with the long-arm of the federal government?
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?
Democratic presidential candidate “Mayor Pete” Buttigieg suggests he’d rather have democracy than capitalism, which “has let a lot of people down.” He reacts to President Trump’s nominee for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Stephen Moore, who said he’d take capitalism. Scott Ott, Bill Whittle and Stephen Green take this false dichotomy by the horns and wrestle it to the ground.
President Trump’s tax cuts seems to have sparked an economic recovery that made jobless claims dive to a near 50-year low. Bill Whittle says, “Democrats hardest hit.” But should Republicans use these times of relative prosperity to pour more funding into government programs for the poor?
In Part Two of his WE THE PEOPLE V2.0 series, host Bill Whittle looks at the false “fairness” of socialism and demonstrates why they are economically unsustainable. (Sponsored by TPUSA and the citizen producers at BillWhittle.com)
Recently, China overtook the United States as the largest Economy in the World — at least when measured by the PPP (Purchasing Power Parity) metric. In Bill Whittle’s latest Firewall, he shows why this is not just a crying shame — it’s a crime — and he tells us what we can do about it.
In Part 3 of the series, Bill shows how wealth can be created from thin air.
In Part 2 of his series on what Tea Party Conservatives believe, Bill looks at the problems and dangers associated with elitism and elitist philosophy.