As people of integrity, we want to tell the truth, but how do we TELL the truth from the lie. Passive listeners will absorb massive quantities of intentional and accidental distortions.
With fake news, propaganda, media distortions, and un-confirmable stories flooding social media and 24/7 news outlets, how do you watch the war in Ukraine?
The Washington Post floods the zone, fact-checking President Trump’s cheeseburger-palooza to celebrate the Clemson Tigers national championship. Stephen Green leads Scott Ott and Bill Whittle to analyze the analysis. More at https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com
Rookie Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gets called out by the Washington Post fact-checker for making up numbers to justify the Democrats “Medicare for All” plan. She brushes off the accusation, suggesting conservatives should focus on the moral substance of her idea, without getting distracted by numbers. Count on Bill Whittle Now to correct the record.
Politicians out on bail on felony charges get reelected, and The New York Times wonders if any scandal would destroy a political career. Bill Whittle Now reflects on the role of personal character in the life of a Republic, and how we’ll recognize the leader who can bring us back to foundational truth. If you […]
Marc Thiessen of the American Enterprise Institute says Donald Trump may be the most honest president in modern history…but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t lie, brag, exaggerate, or shoot from the hip. Bill Whittle Now analyzes what it does mean. Want to join the producer class? Members make this show and spread around the world. […]