In this episode of Moving Back to America, Bill takes the test and discovers he is in fact the nation’s premier Social Justice Warrior.
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With a growing list of confused quips, and forgotten quotes, former Vice President Joe Biden seems primed to seize the Democratic nomination for president…or to experience some other kind of seizure. As the Biden blooper reel flows from the lips of Super Gaffe-O-Mattic ’76, we ask why Democrats continue to put up people who are […]
Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott now has 300 episodes in the can, and we pause to consider how Bill got into this political realm, how it has changed since the blogs of 2002 in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, through the Tea Party movement, and where his hope lies for the future in the age of Trump.
Facebook’s recently-announced news tab will provide a reliable place for Americans to find accurate reporting, credible journalism and truthiness — far from the fake news and disinformation of social media. Is this good news for fact-hungry Americans and a rebirth of actual journalism, or is it the final death knell of the great American newspaper, […]
Hillary Clinton’s catty remarks about Tulsi Gabbard being a Russian agent lead Powerlineblog’s John Hinderaker to question whether she’s drunk podcasting. Bill Whittle considers a more troubling diagnosis — she’s literally a psychopath.
Teacher Melissa Barnett takes to Twitter and praises the dumping of classic books — including works by Orwell, Steinbeck and Vonnegut — to replace them with “relevant and culturally-diverse literature.”
After the failure of the “basket of deplorables” candidate, Hillary Clinton, the new field of Democrat presidential candidates and their fellow travelers have decided to double down on insulting the American public whose votes they crave.
The Trump administration’s new regulations, separating abortion from women’s health services, has triggered at least two major abortion providers to reject federal funds rather than comply. Is Trump’s legal-procedural approach — rather than moralistic preaching — succeeded where previous conservative efforts have failed? Will individual Progressive Americans step up to fill the funding gap so the abortion clinics can keep on carving?
The F-35 stealth fighter jet and U.S. nuclear submarines offer battlespace dominance that Bill Whittle says is perhaps the best hope for world peace. Join the men of Right Angle for this encouraging update on stealth weapons at sea and in the air that has Iranian Mullahs sleeping with one eye open.
Leftist virtue often comes from victimhood, so Progressive “truth” requires a story of oppression or abuse to give it credibility. Thus, the victimhood hoax has become more common than rational argument on the Left, since rationality lacks the emotional punch to break through the noise and hit the heart. Bill Whittle conjures Richard ‘Wretchard the Cat’ Fernandez to explain the connection between Leftist hoax and the ancient Donatist Heresy.
Democrat Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg has a plan to make the Supreme Court less political by increasing the number of judges — a plan to pack the court. Meanwhile, Matt Ford at NewRepublic.com, says Mayor Pete’s plan won’t fix the Supremes, so he recommends a random drawing for new court picks, with term limits. Will either of these plans depoliticize the highest court, or simply lock in Progressive dominance of the judicial branch?
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?
President Trump meets privately with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who emerge announcing “goodwill” and a common commitment to spend $2 trillion on infrastructure spending. Did Trump get played? Will Democrat insistence on environmental regulations drag out projects and jack up their price?
Because Christians can’t be viewed as victims, and must be seen as oppressors, Progressives brand them “Easter worshippers” in the wake of the the horrific church bombings in Sri Lanka. What are the roots of this apparently-coordinated verbal attack on the English language, and on the followers of Christ, by Leftwing political leaders?