It’s not hard to understand why everything costs so much more now.
At least we now know what rouses the somnolent executive from his typical torpor. But what’s he really saying here?
Bill Whittle thinks the Congressional hearing over the Jan. 6 “insurrection” raises the ominous specter of historical show trials in Nazi Germany, Soviet Russia and Communist China.
Will Carolina Panthers appointing the first openly-transgender cheerleader pull the actual football squad out of the doldrums of athletic mediocrity measured in the antiquated terms of wins and losses? This bottom story and more, on the latest Lightning Round.
Bill Whittle finds a survey that shows just how many Americans would approve of assassination to silence political opponents. Want to guess the percentage?
Bill Whittle is half-British, on his Mum’s side, but all three men of Right Angle appreciate the graceful influence on civilization exercised these 70 years by Elizabeth R.
Will this provocative ad convince Kentucky voters that Rand Paul is a racist and cost Republicans a seat in the upper house?
The recent suicide of a college soccer player spurs one of our Members to ask how the Left can celebrate abortion, yet lament suicide when the latter is the ultimate expression of “my body, my choice”.
A small study of so-called ‘long COVID’ finds that symptoms can’t be measured, and that all health indicators are the same for victims as they are for a control group that never had the COVID-19 virus.
Can freezing prices fix inflation? Has Sen. Warren ever read Thomas Sowell’s ‘Basic Economics’?
Three men. Five headlines. No warning: It’s Steve Green’s Right Angle Lightning Round!
Elon Musk’s deal to buy Twitter is on hold as the billionaire rocketeer demands an accurate count of fake users on the social platform.
Bill Whittle’s wife just took the oath of U.S. citizenship. It made him realize that “these puny, miserable little people” can’t do anything to destroy this.
Average citizens with small sums of money have force multipliers that stymie one of the greatest armies on Earth.
Bill Whittle always thought that overturning Roe v. Wade would so enrage the Left that Democrats would ride a tidal wave in the next election. However…