When actor Will Smith slapped comic Chris Rock at the Oscars, some saw a revival of chivalry, others saw a dangerous man and a risk to all insult comics.
All of our cultural attitudes have changed in recent decades due to movies, TV, stand-up comedy, etc. But they no longer control our culture because no one cares.
When Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford use their celebrity platform to trash President Trump — and thus half of their movie audience — they spit in the face of the people gave them that platform. But times have changed since Jimmy Stewart graced us with his all-American characters and personal life to match, and it […]
As Hollywood slides into politically correct irrelevancy, a new wave of content creators, some armed with little more than an iPhone, capture the imagination of the American public. Politics is downstream from culture, and Bill Whittle explains the tectonic shift driven by the democratization of content production.
As Hollywood hypocrites prepare to worship their own hypocrisy, Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green, examine what has become the Oscars in Babylon. Can they live by the Socialist values they foist upon us?
Comedian Kevin Hart gets forced off the stage as host of the Academy Awards based on an old tweet. Bill Whittle feels bad for him, but hopes fans — and some in Hollywood — start to get the message. Join the citizen-producers who make and distribute this show: https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register