If we commit to take revenge, can we draw up short of surrendering our own humanity?
Zo Rachel and Bill Whittle explore race relations, and whether race is really a useless characteristic for evaluating others and discussing justice issues. Zo gives a clinic on how to address accusations of racism.
Best-selling author Shelby Steele, a veteran of the Civil Rights movement, says the current protests in the wake of George Floyd’s death have no clear objective, and an exclusive focus on police brutality, when the Black community could take more personal responsibility to improve their lot in life. His nearly-nine-minute remarks on Mark Levin’s show […]
Visit The Patriot Post: America’s News Digest Would you rather have decisions on how to live made by unelected judges or unelected bureaucrats? Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas this week failed to get his colleagues to review his own 2005 decision in the Brand X case — which relies on, and expands, the famous […]
Bill Whittle says we need to reelect President Donald Trump “to see the rule of law restored in the United States.” What would four more years of a Trump administration mean for the country, the Constitution, the economy and justice for all? Thank you to our Members who make this show possible with their contributions. […]
Attorney General William Barr says Tweets from President Trump about the Roger Stone case, among others, make it impossible for him to do his job. Will Barr survive this act of rebellion? Will a rebuked Trump put down the Twitter? The Patriot Post is a great daily resource for conservatives. Check it out. Bill Whittle […]
If you’re not checking The Patriot Post daily, here’s your chance to get right. Jailers failed to confiscate the cellphone from Willie Nash during his booking for a misdemeanor charge in Newton County, Mississippi. He didn’t know it was illegal for him to have it. Now he’s doing 12 years as a prisoner for unintentionally […]
Male piglets sue in German court to stop their castration by hog farmers. To be more specific, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) go to court on behalf of the piglets.
The U.S. Supreme Court refuses to review a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision that Boise, Idaho, violated the 8th Amendment rights of homeless people by levying a small fine for sleeping on the sidewalk. Is keeping public spaces clear of vagrants “cruel and unusual punishment” if no suitable homeless shelters exist?
The Trump administration ends President Obama’s moratorium on federal death penalty executions, despite concerns about racial disparities on death row. While the move changes the method of lethal injection to reduce pain — following the Texas model — the risk of executing an innocent person remains. What’s the role of capital punishment in an advanced, humane, society? Should small government Constitutional conservatives endorse the federal government’s ultimate power to wield the sword against its own citizens?
After a decade of justice denied — under Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder, John Brennan, James Comey, and others — Bill Whittle thinks he now detects a whiff of fear among those in that cabal. Former CIA Director John Brennan, usually a cool calculating man, seems frightened about the probe into how the Russia collusion investigation began.
Right Angle co-host Stephen Green gets called for jury duty, and has mixed feelings about. Shouldn’t Constitutional conservatives relish the opportunity to serve? Steve, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott wrestle with the question. Right Angle comes to you five times per week because of devoted people like you who invest $9.95/month produce and distribute it. […]
Democratic consultant says the GOP triggered a ‘blue tsunami’ with their treatment of Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s accusers. A GOP counterpart says Republicans did all three things they must do to win in November. Bill Whittle analyzes the competing claims on this episode of Bill Whittle Now. If you think this kind of message is […]
The Slants fought the law and…The Slants won — and so did our natural right to freedom of speech enshrined in the First Amendment. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott examine a unanimous Supreme Court decision with implications far beyond The Slants, or the Washington Redskins. Encourage more free speech by becoming a member […]