Is the debauched and disturbing world we see playing out on the news networks and social media just “the world we live in,” or is there another, quiet and dignified America that doesn’t make it to the screen?
Scientists conduct a social experiment in dozens of countries to see who will return a found wallet, and if results vary based on the amount of cash in it. The results surprised them. Nearly everyone, everywhere, is more likely to return a cash-filled wallet than an empty one. Bill Whittle Now explores the reasons behind this near-universal virtue, and what impact the finding should have on our political discourse.
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.
Marc Thiessen of the American Enterprise Institute says Donald Trump may be the most honest president in modern history…but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t lie, brag, exaggerate, or shoot from the hip. Bill Whittle Now analyzes what it does mean. Want to join the producer class? Members make this show and spread around the world. […]
Democrats’ attempt to take down President Trump’s high court nominee with sexual assault allegations has started a new wave of women speaking out about their own trauma. Assuming Kavanaugh is innocent, is it possible good could come from the evil attacks on a decent man? Scott Ott, Bill Whittle, and Stephen Green discuss this serious […]