On March 18, 2020, Bill Whittle heard California’s lockdown would start at midnight. If you could talk to your self on that day, what would you tell your pre-COVID self to help get through the past year?
Texas Governor Greg Abbott, in the face of surging COVID-19 cases, mandates masks in public in a state that led the re-opening move after the lockdown. Bill Whittle thinks it’s exactly the wrong response.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court, in a 4-3 opinion, says Gov. Tony Evers’ emergency powers don’t allow him to extend stay-at-home orders indefinitely, handing a victory to the Republican legislators who sued. Several counties — Milwaukee, Dane, Madison — immediately announced they’d do their own lockdown extensions. Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is a production […]
ICYMI stories of the week in the latest episode of Steve Green’s Right Angle Lightning Round… –Internet usage way up, but the internet is fine. Did we spend too much time debating net neutrality? –Singer Bryan Adams faces backlash and accusations of racism after he rages in Tweet about wet-market bat-eaters who killed his Royal […]
Cal State’s 23 campuses will remain shuttered this fall, with its 480,000 students continuing education online. It’s the first major American university to announce what could become the death of the American college experience. But could it actually be the salvation of a college education? FREE Patriot’s Primer on American Liberty from our friends at […]
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We have paid, and continue to pay, a huge economic price for it, but new data from an unexpected source gives compelling evidence that social distancing is working against COVID-19, as well as a providing a possible surprising dividend.
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?
New York Mayor Bill De Blasio threatens to fine and, if necessary, shut down churches and synagogues which ignore orders to avoid social gathering during the COVID-19 pandemic. Is this an egregious attack on our First Amendment freedom guarantees, or are people of faith putting their own traditions before the public health? Bill Whittle Now […]
With Wall Street stocks, and academic science, unsettled, President Trump pumps hope through his daily White House press briefings. Is he a science denier, or does he have a different job than the scientists (or the pundits) do? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott comes to you five times weekly thanks to our Members. Join […]
How much control should conservative Americans cede to the government during the COVID-19 novel Coronavirus crisis? In the wake of a the limited lockdown of New Rochelle, New Jersey, and indications that the U.S. is running about 50 days behind China and 11.5 days behind Italy, are we ready to accept widespread limitations on our […]