Get a behind-the-scenes look at Bill Whittle’s new podcast series, “The Cold War: What We Saw”, from Esoteric Radio Theatre. With 25,000 nukes on hair trigger, the survival of the United States and the Soviet Union is a modern miracle. Heroic personal stories and high-stakes decisions provide a lesson in global suicide prevention. Bill Whittle […]
Does an American citizen have freedom of speech to urge an illegal alien to violate immigration law? The Supreme Court takes up a 1st Amendment case of a Evelyn Sineneng-Smith who urged unqualified immigrants to stay in the United States as part of a fraudulent business she ran, duping clients out of thousands of dollars with false promises. Should open-borders Progressives and Democrats have a protected free speech right to verbally induce people to break the law?
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.
After a decade of justice denied — under Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder, John Brennan, James Comey, and others — Bill Whittle thinks he now detects a whiff of fear among those in that cabal. Former CIA Director John Brennan, usually a cool calculating man, seems frightened about the probe into how the Russia collusion investigation began.
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?
Bill Whittle wants to teach the new course at the University of Kansas on “Angry White Males” (HUM 365) — so he can give the college students a lesson in human rights and the blessings of liberty. Don’t miss this epic take-down of the social justice warrior view of the very men who make it possible for them to be so loudly ignorant.
As Lyft, the ride-sharing company, prepares to go public, it announces its intention to kill personal car ownership, boasting that some 300,000 people have already kicked the car habit thanks to Lyft. What does America gain and lose in the transportation as a service economy?
Counties in New Mexico and elsewhere joining the 2nd Amendment sanctuary movement to escape stricter gun control from state lawmakers, have unintentionally fallen into a trap set by Progressives. Bill Whittle makes the connection between these well-intentioned efforts and so-called “free speech zones.”
President Donald Trump signed a law that uses local cops to build a national database of DNA, and you might be in it. You don’t have to commit a crime to wind up in it. Liberty much?
In New Prime vs. Oliveira, the Supreme Court just said contract workers can’t automatically be forced into expensive, lengthy, often-unjust, mandatory arbitration. Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote the unanimous opinion. Have the court’s conservatives lurched to the Left? Bill Whittle Now is a production of the Members at https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com
They escape to the desert and form a temporary society to throw off the constraints of law and morals. Is Burning Man merely an excuse for an orgy, or an explosion of creativity that’s uniquely American? Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott examine the value, the risk, and perhaps the demise of this strange […]
The Virtual President outlines the three essential qualities needed for the Pursuit of Happiness in Modern America, and sets a challenge to free entire generations of Americans.
It’s Christmas in America! In this episode, Bill looks at the relationship between Christianity and freedom, and takes us back to the days of the Sears Catalog and long, loooooong waits until Christmas morning.
Bill Whittle chalks out the basics of Tea Party Conservatism. In this segment, Bill talks about the advantages of small government and free enterprise.