The Washington Post publishes documents released through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request about the U.S. war in Afghanistan, claiming they show that U.S. officials promoted a rosy view of progress, when behind the scenes they knew the war was unwinnable.
Although the country is in a long-term economic growth phase, Fed data shows that middle-income people are now less likely to own homes, or stocks. Meanwhile, “the one percent” are doing great. When it comes to elections, It’s the economy, stupid. But even thought more people have jobs now, can Democrats harness the wealth gap to win the White House in 2020?
If the Progressives who run Facebook, Twitter, Google and the rest get stripped of their power by a bipartisan movement to breakup these monopolies, can you imagine your future on a truly free internet? After the breakup of Ma Facebook, when hand-crafted algorithms no longer control what you see, what you don’t see, and which content creators can thrive or survive, how will that change politics in the United States?
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?
A White House insider leaked the Trump calendar to Axios and it shows a lot of “unstructured executive time.” Contrary to the MSM narrative, Bill Whittle says this may show good leadership by the president. But what does it say about Trump, the businessman, that so many of his hirelings have betrayed him? Bill Whittle […]
In a break with tradition, the White House Correspondents Association said its next annual dinner won’t feature a standup comedian mocking President Trump. They invited an historian instead. Bill Whittle analyzes their motives, and the consequences for civil dialogue. ‘Bill Whittle Now’ features sharp commentary on current events five days per week. It’s funded entirely […]
Former President Obama slams President Trump, breaking a covenant of civility observed by former White House occupants for years. Bill Whittle explains why he must, and what his future holds. Members produce and distribute this program throught their monthly contributions at https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
While flacking his new movie at the Rome Film Festival, Michael Moore attacks the country that made him wealthy, the journalists that made him famous, and the Democratic party that made him a poster child. Bill Whittle Now calls him what he is. Join the team that makes shows like this, and spreads a message […]
Michelle Obama kicks off a week of rallies to inspire Americans through her 501c(3) called “When We All Vote.” But Bill Whittle seriously doubts it’s all about civic responsibility. Will Tom Hanks soon introduce his second Obama to the race for the White House?
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 […]