The government of France slaps an eco-tax of up to $20 (US) on departing plane passengers to fund transit projects, because…climate change. Scott Ott leads Bill Whittle and Stephen Green to consider the implications of exacting tribute from a small group (the flying public) to pay for Utopian Progressive control dreams over the entire public.
Firewall host Bill Whittle doesn’t mince words in this letter to the French people. The Notre Dame fire is a “tremendous gift to the French people,” if you are willing to receive it.
The burning of the cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris this week ignited sympathy around the globe. Bill Whittle sees more in this catastrophe than devastation to a house of worship. The men of Right Angle talk about what it represents.
Airbus cancels the gigantic A380 airliner, while Boeing 747 keeps going strong. SpaceX builds re-launchable rockets, while Arianespace makes them disposable to generate make-work jobs. The aerospace industry provides the perfect parable of how the the USA beats socialism every time.
Yellow Vests in France, Brexit turmoil in the U.K., Merkel falls in Germany, and the onslaught against Trump continues in the U.S.. The Washington Post’s Dan Balz says political instability and populist unrest are the new world order. Bill Whittle Now considers if that’s a bad thing. For more from Bill Whittle, visit https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com
Yellow vest protests in France may have a connection with the recent U.S. Tea Party movement. Stephen Green leads Scott Ott and Bill Whittle to consider the parallels and differences. Right Angle is one of the shows produced by members at https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register