British court fails to protect woman’s romantic relationship with a lighting fixture. Is your civil right to swing WITH the chandelier in jeopardy?
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden tells KDKA radio that former First Lady Michelle Obama is ‘brilliant’ and ‘a really fine woman’ and if she’d be his running mate, ‘I’d take her in a heartbeat.’ Would the former-FLOTUS Veep pick shake up the race? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is a production of our […]
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.
Former President Barack Obama tells an audience in Singapore that the world would improve if women ruled in every nation. Bill Whittle says Obama is wrong, weak and divisive.
As Elizabeth Warren appears to fade, Bernie Sanders inches up, and Joe Biden startles everyone by continuing to draw breath, Pete Buttigieg and Tulsi Gabbard gain strength. Iowa looms around the bend, and Democrats still can’t decide if they prefer a socialist geezer, a moderate man-child, or some other intersectional mashup.
The New York Times says insiders are still fishing for a better candidate for the Democrat party’s 2020 presidential nomination. After multiple debates among scores of candidates, millions of dollars spent, and exhaustive polling, the Democratic establishment still wishes it had someone who could beat President Donald Trump.
Barack and Michelle Obama debut their first Higher Ground Production for Netflix, a documentary about the underbelly of the alleged Trump prosperity — American Factory. The new doc looks at a former GM plant, taken over by a Chinese auto glass firm, where workers make less money, and struggle to adapt to the regime of their new masters.
Filmmaker Michael Moore calls on Michelle Obama to run for President as the only Democrat he’s confident could crush President Trump. She won’t be bullied or nicknamed, and she’s the most beloved and respected woman in the world. Will the man who did a Broadway show designed to bring down a president be able to sway the reluctant former First Lady to run?
On tour promoting her new book, Michelle Obama told a British audience that America is going through a “dark” time under President Trump, and the current “fun” will lead to sickness later after a weekend with “divorced Dad.” Bill Whittle remembers another father who was all sickness and no fun.
Hot new dating app, Red Yenta, pairs idealistic socialists to fight “non-consensual power dynamics,” and perhaps for a cuddle and a peck on the cheek. Slackers of the world unite! Will this business of bringing together passionate anti-capitalists raise a mountain of venture capital, or will the hyper-political pitch raise red flags for investors?
Bill Whittle makes it undeniably clear that there’s no room on the Right for acts of political terrorism like the recent mail bombs sent to the Clintons, the Obamas, George Soros, Joe Biden, and others. But could overheated militaristic political rhetoric trigger unstable people? This episode of Bill Whittle Now is brought to you by […]
Michelle Obama kicks off a week of rallies to inspire Americans through her 501c(3) called “When We All Vote.” But Bill Whittle seriously doubts it’s all about civic responsibility. Will Tom Hanks soon introduce his second Obama to the race for the White House?