Bill Whittle thinks it’s time for laughter and so he reads a bunch of jokes to Scott Ott and Stephen Green…who laugh. You will too. Right Angle is a production of our Members who enjoy Backstage content, and a shared mission to spread foundational principles around the world. Join us today, and find your people. […]
Saturday Night Live reportedly believed that comedian Shane Gillis would appeal to conservatives, so they hired him in a shameless play for a bigger audience going into the 45th season of the once-great sketch-comedy show. Then they fired Gillis within hours.
With the passing of Tim Conway on May 14, 2019, the men of “Right Angle” remember a comic genius who made all of America laugh — not least, his fellow cast members on The Carol Burnett Show from 1967-1978. To mourn his loss with laughter is the best tribute.
Journalists seem undeterred by the findings of the Mueller Report, as they double down on stupid in the wake of the revelation that President Trump told the truth for two years when he said “no collusion.” He was also right when he called mainstream media coverage “fake news.”
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz may run for president if he thinks he can win the American middle — people disenchanted with the approaches of both Trump and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill Whittle analyze his — or anyone’s — chances of carving victory from the American middle.
Should Trump just say No to the State of the Union address as we’ve come to know it. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tried to tweak him during the government shutdown. Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott say maybe it’s time for Trump to say, “Stick it Nancy,” and boycott the speech. It would be […]