As people of integrity, we want to tell the truth, but how do we TELL the truth from the lie. Passive listeners will absorb massive quantities of intentional and accidental distortions.
With fake news, propaganda, media distortions, and un-confirmable stories flooding social media and 24/7 news outlets, how do you watch the war in Ukraine?
Democrats are in a pickle for 2020, as the Labor Department reports a 6th straight month of record job growth, and a 50-year low in unemployment. How can they compete with this economic juggernaut. Quick, impeach Trump!
Bill Whittle, in an epic rant, explodes over the Democratic 2016 election do-over charade called impeachment hearings. Watch this as your pre-game show for — or in lieu of — the House hearings. The gloves come off as Bill calls the hearings “absolutely, monumentally, evil.”
Facebook’s recently-announced news tab will provide a reliable place for Americans to find accurate reporting, credible journalism and truthiness — far from the fake news and disinformation of social media. Is this good news for fact-hungry Americans and a rebirth of actual journalism, or is it the final death knell of the great American newspaper, […]
A prize-winning study of political psychology highlights people who have a need for chaos that drives them to spread misinformation (fake news) to create havoc for the political elites. Thomas B. Edsall in The New York Times says there’s a correlation between the need for chaos, and Trump supporters, as well as Bernie Sanders supporters…but not Hillary Clinton backers.
Newly-leaked dispatches from British Ambassador to the U.S., Sir Kim Darroch, to his colleagues in the UK Foreign Office portray the Trump White House as chaotic, riven by internal divisions, and ignorant of how to conduct foreign relations.
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?
The New York Times has transcripts of Donald Trump’s IRS tax returns from 1985-94. They show huge business losses of $1.17 billion in a decade, and profits from shady deals in which Trump bought stock, spread false rumors of a take-over, then sold his stock quickly at a profit. Will revelations from this “bombshell” story have any effect on Trump supporters or his reelection chances? Do Democrats now have additional reason to press for release of his last six years of tax returns?
A new Democrat “dark money” group has raised $60 million to tie “values laden” words like freedom and opportunity to the “party of the little guy.” Can they shake the reputation of Democrats as the new socialists?
Politico notes that President Donald Trump’s strategy when Democrats attack, via numerous document demands and investigations, Trump gets attackier — refusing to turn over docs, and counter attacking with a vengeance. But doesn’t that just make him look guilty?
New study shows very Conservative older people are much more likely to share fake news on social media than younger folks, moderates or Liberals. Bill Whittle challenges the study, the findings, and the explanation of the phenomenon.
Newly-elected U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is taking us all on her “self care” break on behalf of working people, immigrants and the poor. [This is not satire.] Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott wallow in the aura of the Democrat’s latest Socialist phenom. Also…Democrat, NY State Sen. Kevin Parker, tells a GOP staffer: […]
Donald Trump Jr. released his entire email thread from RussiaGate, revealing a meeting he had with a Russian lawyer to seek out dirt on Hillary Clinton. Is this enough evidence for a case for Trump-Russia collusion? The hosts of Right Angle think not and blast the left for their continued insistence on the Russia hoax.
Overwhelmingly negative coverage of President Trump may be caused by more than just Left-wing bias in the media. Trump is a ratings machine for an industry that desperately needs conflict and sensationalism to draw “eye balls.” But could this be great news for liberty-lovers? Stephen Green leads Bill Whittle and Scott Ott to explore why […]