Jeffrey Epstein has evaded justice with a relative slap on the wrist for a decade, until his recent arrest. Will his victims finally get justice now that his power to a make a deal with prosecutors is gone.
Here’s the trailer for the five-hour special — “Apollo 11: What We Saw,” with Bill Whittle. Mark the 50th anniversary of the historic American moon landing by getting the story behind the space race, and man’s quest to step off of this planet and explore the night sky.
Federal Circuit judge blocks President Trump from forcing drug makers to reveal prices in their advertising. But D.C. Circuit Judge Amit Mehta did so by saying a regulatory agency doesn’t have authority to require this: Congress must pass a law. How can conservatives grapple with two objects of their desire in conflict — the end of Obamacare, and a commitment to Constitutional separation of powers.
Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg praises her new colleague, Brett Kavanaugh, for being the first Supreme Court Justice to hire an all-female staff. Bill Whittle rarely finds anything to celebrate in Ginsburg’s actions or public statements, but this time she’s not only the Notorious R.B.G., but the Gracious R.B.G.. Yet CBS News misses a crucial detail in this story of historic firsts for women.
In the wake of The New York Times story “The Making of a YouTube Radical” — that tarred Bill Whittle, Stephen Crowder, Ben Shapiro, Stefan Molyneux, Jordan Peterson and others — it’s time for “the paper of record” to meet some of the real Members of a private Conservative video enclave. (Progressives prepare to be shocked.) Rather than a monolithic demographic cluster of old, white, heterosexual men, we find a cross-section of America.
A transgender actor in a skirt attacks a Trump 2020 campaign sign, stomps it, and steals it, until challenged by the man who owns the sign. We’ve got the video. Why does the peace-loving Left, seem to be the instigators of violence? Why would a Progressive trans person find a campaign sign so disturbing as to physically attack it? And how can conservatives even understand this kind of behavior?
Why would the NRA fight against a Texas law to spend $1 million on a campaign designed to promote safe gun storage? And how is it possible that the National Rifle Association lost a battle…against Republicans? Bill Whittle analyzes the risks inherent in the proposed new law.
Democratic candidates for president, at an event run by the Rev. Al Sharpton, say they support paying reparations to the descendants of slaves. Bill Whittle and Scott Ott say: “Let’s do it,” but for different reasons. Stephen Green leads the examination of this quadrennial Democratic issue.
Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign crowed this week about hiring women for 10 of 15 newly-announced staff positions. You recall that presidential candidate Mitt Romney got roasted in the Left-wing media when he said his staff had received “binders full of women” as candidates to staff the executive office when he was governor in Massachusetts. Why would Democrats even need to brag about this in 2019? Shouldn’t they have been doing this since they aligned with feminists in the 1970s?
If House Speaker Nancy Pelosi beats President Trump on the border wall funding debate, how will Trump win anything from now until the midterms? Can Conservatives still stick with the guy whose main campaign promise was to build the wall?
The Washington Post floods the zone, fact-checking President Trump’s cheeseburger-palooza to celebrate the Clemson Tigers national championship. Stephen Green leads Scott Ott and Bill Whittle to analyze the analysis. More at https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com