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 […]
It isn’t the power of central planners that’s helping to flatten the COVID-19 curve, but the wisdom of individual Americans when they receive factual information, according to Jonah Goldberg at TheDispatch.com. Is it possible that everyone is doing the best they can with the information they have, and that hindsight critiques of “exaggerated” death projections […]
How will your personal life change as a result of COVID-19 after the pandemic passes? And what do you think our country should learn that will make it a better place going forward? Envisioning our post-COVID future…this time on Right Angle with Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott. Our Members make this happen, and […]
We have paid, and continue to pay, a huge economic price for it, but new data from an unexpected source gives compelling evidence that social distancing is working against COVID-19, as well as a providing a possible surprising dividend.
In this round up of COVID-19 pandemic news, Scott Ott asks Bill Whittle about America’s progress in fighting the virus, rescuing the economy, changing our social mores, and developing immunity to fear and loathing in the grocery store. Plus, should Democrats delay the April 7 Wisconsin presidential primary?
With Wall Street stocks, and academic science, unsettled, President Trump pumps hope through his daily White House press briefings. Is he a science denier, or does he have a different job than the scientists (or the pundits) do? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott comes to you five times weekly thanks to our Members. Join […]
Sharyl Attkisson, an actual journalist, offers a list of reasons why all her monoey is on Trump reelection now, no matter who the Democrats pick to run against him. Bill Whittle analyzes her reasoning. Read Attkisson’s piece at TheHill.com. Join the Members who make this who, and meet the people who are saving this nation. […]
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi puts on a petulant show behind the President of the United States as he delivers his third State of the Union address on the eve of his acquittal on impeachment charges. As Pelosi throws a speech-ripping tantrum, Trump connects emotionally with Americans across the country, putting a human face on his policies.
While President Trump says the economy is great, and the coming Chinese trade deal will be great, White House talk of a payroll tax cut lends credence to the media’s recession narrative. Democrats running for president in 2020 would love to neuter the incumbent’s best campaign issue. Could Trump turn the tide by lifting the punitive tariffs against China to boost the economy and bring much-needed relief to U.S. farmers?
President Trump’s approval rating is up, and most Americans think he’s doing a good job with the economy. But according to a new poll, most Americans also plan to vote against Trump. Will the man who changed politics forever in 2016 fall victim to more massive change and lose in 2020 despite the strong economy. If it’s not the economy, stupid…them what is it?
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?
First quarter GDP jumps by 3.2% during the longest federal government shutdown in history. Bill Whittle says that doesn’t prove anything, so he’d like to see more testing.
Candidate Donald Trump said he’d Make America Great Again, and an American supermajority (69%) is now optimistic on the Trump economy. They think they’ll be better off next year, and most say they’re better off than last year. President Trump’s popularity shoots to record high in the wake of his State of the Union Address. […]
January job numbers jump, beat economists expectations again. The new jobs boom comes despite the government shutdown. Will Trump winning mean more GOP victory?
Economists cool on GDP growth in 2019 and see a possible recession in 2020. Meanwhile, the American people think the major threat lies within “the Beltway.” Scott Ott leads Stephen Green and Bill Whittle to examine our prospects in the coming months. If you enjoyed this video, consider becoming one of those who produced it. […]