Bill Whittle argues Paul Allen should be celebrated more than the other space billionaires combined, not for how high he’s flown, but for how deep he’s probed to recover the memory of our treasured heroes.
Should conservatives be more concerned with the violation of these billionaire’s privacy, or the prospect that they pay almost no income tax on their massive earnings?
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In this round up of COVID-19 pandemic news, Scott Ott asks Bill Whittle about America’s progress in fighting the virus, rescuing the economy, changing our social mores, and developing immunity to fear and loathing in the grocery store. Plus, should Democrats delay the April 7 Wisconsin presidential primary?
Democratic-Socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he’ll stop greedy fat cats from buying, merging, and closing news outlets. The Columbia Journalism Review gives spaces to this “Bernie saves journalism” plan. Would the truth get out more under President Bernie Sanders, or is he merely disturbed that the Democratic party’s PR firm shrinks as the Internet continues killing newspapers?
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez slams Amazon, suggesting billionaire CEO Jeff Bezos pays workers “starvation wages”, and should offer more benefits and pay more taxes. Surprisingly, the major Democrat donor’s company punches back.
The Left lectures that “a woman must be believed” when she makes abuse allegations, but The Washington Post spiked the story of Dr. Vansessa Tyson’s charges against Democrat Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of Virginia. They said the story didn’t meet their journalistic standards, but what are their standards…beyond “elect Democrats”? Right Angle is a production […]
Jeff Bezos goes public with details of private text messages and selfies he says David Pecker’s American Media Inc. (AMI) used to try to blackmail him. Bezos, CEO of Amazon and owner of the Washington Post, cheated on his wife. AMI’s National Enquirer published an exposé then threatened to reveal Bezos’ nasty pics unless he […]
A New York Times science writer raises concerns about President Trump’s private space initiatives — specifically his plan to phase out funding for the International Space Station by 2020. Can the private sector possibly pick up the slack? Can we risk a ‘wild west’ atmosphere outside of Earth atmosphere? Scott Ott leads Bill Whittle and […]