The Washington Post interviewed America’s Great Lite Hope, Rep. Beto O’Rourke for two hours only to find he has no plan for immigration. Can a six-year Congressman, and failed Senate candidate, capture the Democratic nomination for president when his answers are blowin’ in the wind? More Right Angle, with Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill […]
President Trump gave his best pitch for his number one campaign promise LIVE from the Oval Office to a national audience this week. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer were unmoved. Can Trump get what he wants with Democrats in charge of the House? Can his supporters get what they want […]
President Trump speaks from the Oval Office to pitch his border wall as the best solution to a humanitarian crisis and a national security threat. But is it too little too late?
Did President Trump and Republicans play a long game to force Democrats to approve the border wall, or does the 11th-hour shutdown crisis demonstrate weakness and stupidity from the GOP, which blew its chance when it controlled two branches of the federal government? Shows like this get produced and distributed worldwide thanks to Members. You […]
A group of Honduran migrants told the U.S. consulate in Tijuana, they would end their march to the U.S. border and go home if paid $50,000 each. Bill Whittle thinks this undercuts the entire premise of their claims as refugees. The team that produces this show invites you to join. https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
If the country is in danger, the U.S. president has authority to defend her using the U.S. military. Is that the situation on the souther border now? Can President Trump essentially bypass Democrats in Congress in defense of the nation? Join the people who make this show. https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
President Trump ambushes Democrat leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in the Oval Office, creating a must-see TV gameshow. Scott Ott leads Bill Whittle and Stephen Green in a game of their own. Enjoy this show? Join the citizen-producers who make it. https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
The caravan of Honduran migrants headed through Mexico toward the U.S. border received an offer they could not refuse…but they did. Bill Whittle Now grapples with some of the thornier issues for conservatives when it comes to immigration.
While lawyers and pundits argue over the Constitutionality of President Trump’s threatened ban on birthright citizenship, the men of ‘Right Angle’ consider the political implications of his remarks just days before a crucial election? If you like this show, you can help make and distribute it by becoming a member at https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
Is the migrant caravan — headed from Honduras to the U.S. border just in time for election day — a Democrat-sponsored October surprise, and will it backfire? Bill Whittle now goes beyond the simple questions, to the broader question of why, and what to do about it. ‘Bill Whittle Now’ brings you his perspectives on […]
Steve Bannon recently gave an interview in which he accused the establishment GOP of trying to nullify the results of the 2016 election by sabotaging President Trump at every turn. Bill, Steve, and Scott analyze the tension between Trump and Congressional Republicans and give their thoughts and reactions as to who is to blame for […]
Donald Trump’s executive order restricting immigrants from seven countries was by no means a “Muslim ban,” but could the rollout have been handled better?
The crisis on the Mexican border is worsening by the hour. In his latest FIREWALL, Bill Whittle hammers home three devastating points regarding the dangerous legal precedents, the morally gray areas, and the hypocritical pose of unearned moral superiority on the part of those proposing amnesty and open borders.
Virtual President Bill Whittle takes a question on immigration at a Virtual Town Hall meeting located not far from the Mexican border. (That town was Ramona, not Redlands as in the opening graphic — sincere apologies to Ramona Tea’d for my mistake)