How can we separate a despotic government from its oppressed and impoverished people?
A Washington Post columnist tells us to lower expectations — in effect, to embrace the economic suck of short inventories and staffing and endless delays.
Bill Whittle nails the impact of the “Let’s Go, Brandon!” meme (code words to deride President Biden), and unpacks the consequences of a divided nation in post-Gilligan America.
The founders of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, get pressed to explain why they’d block sales of their product in the so-called “Occupied Palestinian Territories” (OPT), but not in Georgia or Texas where laws also run afoul of their Progressive stance.
The meme explodes, spawns a cottage industry in t-shirts and the like. Bill Whittle explains why “Let’s Go, Brandon!” resonates so deeply.
The Constitution has no flaws in it, but it does have a single point of failure — revealed by the stories of Hillary Clinton, Jeffrey Epstein and Andrew Cuomo.
If the AG thinks the women are so brave, and women should be believed, where does a woman go to get justice in New York?
Bill Whittle and Zo Rachel explore the mentality of lockdown junkies who welcome the reimposition of mask mandates as the Delta variant of COVID-19 surges in some areas.
American hubris is the nemesis of American greatness — from the preening of soccer diva Megan Rapinoe to the strutting of a politician wallowing in his own arrogance
Hunter Biden’s artistic talents entangle him (and therefore his Dad) in international intrigue once again.
White liberals in the Highland Park School District, near Dallas, Texas, received a letter from BLM activists telling them to keep their kids out of Ivy League (and other top) universities to make room for ‘students of color’.
Bill Whittle argues Paul Allen should be celebrated more than the other space billionaires combined, not for how high he’s flown, but for how deep he’s probed to recover the memory of our treasured heroes.
Zo Rachel and Bill Whittle unpack what patriotism means, and debunks what it doesn’t
The Wall Street Journal highlights this great mismatch, which has put a kink into the Beveridge Curve — traditionally used to describe the relationship between work and workers. What if the kink is permanent?
Fear can be conquered, and must be if we are to avoid becoming a nation of sheep.