The National Football League plans to feature ‘Lift Every Voice and Sing’ — which some have dubbed the ‘Black National Anthem’ — before its 2020 Week One football games. Former NFL player Donte Stallworth, in a New Times op-ed, asks ‘Why?’
New York Times reporter Wesley Lowery says America’s newsrooms need racial justice. Black journalists have complained for years about the indifference and outright hostility toward Black reporters — their pay and their ideas for how news should be covered in Black neighborhoods and beyond.
UPDATE: New York Times editorial page editor James Bennet resigned over the weekend, after we recorded this episode of Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott. Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton’s New York Times op-ed advocating use of U.S. military, under the Insurrection Act, to deal with rioting among the George Floyd protests, sparked protest from the […]
Mollie Hemingway, at TheFederalist.com, says the so-called “Battle of Lafayette Square” — in which unprovoked cops attacked peaceful protestors with tear gas canisters to clear a path for President Trump’s awkward Bible photo op — is not what every major news source said it was. Her account largely agrees with a statement from the acting […]
The editorial board of the New York Times chose Memorial Day weekend to pen a 2,000-word screed linking the U.S. military with the Ku Klux Klan and white supremacy because we have bases named after soldiers of the former Confederacy. Right Angle with Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott, is a production of our […]
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The New York Times waited 19 days after the new broke elsewhere before reporting on sexual assault allegations by Tara Reade against Joe Biden. While the encounter dates back to 1993, the Times’ previous coverage of ultimately-unfounded and old charges against Brett Kavanaugh broke much more quickly. Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet says they just […]
On the day that twice-failed presidential candidate Bernie Sanders endorses thrice-failed presidential candidate Joe Biden, NYTimes.com’s Nate Cohn warns Democrats about the weakness of Biden’s polling lead over President Trump.
President Trump’s Trade Advisor, Peter Navarro, sent a memo on January 29 which seems prophetic about the COVID-19 pandemic, in hindsight.
In one of the weirder stories we’ve heard, rapper T.I. says he takes his teen daughter for annual virginity tests. New York State lawmakers propose a law banning the hymen-check procedure, but gynecologists say: Wait, that’s not a thing.
On a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) the senior administration official who wrote last year’s New York Times “resistance” op-ed and 2019’s book, “A Warning”, said he won’t remain Anonymous forever. He also claims other Trump critics will speak out about the chaotic and dangerous president.
Eric Felten at RealClearInvestigations.com notes that the media protects Joe and Hunter Biden by repeatedly saying that there’s “no evidence” of corruption or influence peddling in their connections with Ukraine. What if journalists treated Donald Trump using “the Biden standard”?
The New York Times marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall with a photo essay, and quotes historian Anne Applebaum saying, “It was not a triumph of good over evil. It was basically incompetence — and chance.” Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott remember it differently.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg getting into the presidential race would be a gift to Democrats, America and the world, according to Bret Stephens in The New York Times. Could the billionaire whom Trump calls “Little Michael” neutralize the president’s massive fundraising advantage, as well as some GOP critiques of Democrats, because Bloomberg reportedly doesn’t hate America, hate Israel or hate cops?
The New York Times says 2019 election results “reflected the country’s increasingly contentious politics and widening rural-urban divide.” Pundits clamor to claim what the results in Kentucky, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania or Alabama portend for President Trump’s reelection hopes. Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott reviews what the 2019 results really mean for Trump 2020.