What drives a person to explode in a verbal tirade against — or to physically assault — a stranger because he won’t wear a mask or get vaccinated? This episode of Right Angle covers a phenomenon deep in the human spirit.
Employers go begging and millions of jobs go unfilled in the COVID-19 employment reshuffle. The economic crisis sparks a new wave of “quit your job” enthusiasm, but where have all the workers gone? Video above hosted at Rumble.
So locked down they can’t buy groceries without a negative coronavirus test, and then only weekly, China provides a cautionary tale to government officials who imagine there’s no COVID.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the political response up-ended nearly every aspect of life. The pandemic blowback has spurred some to call for the eternal destruction of the tax-funded, government-run public school system. But the men of Right Angle see a new hope for actual education. Watch and add your ideas for education reform in the […]
Texas announces state will no longer mandate mask wearing, but leave the decision to mask to individuals and businesses as infections and deaths decline, and vaccinations ramp up aggressively. But some folks seem enamored of staying masked up in perpetuity. Some politicians like it that way. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott create 20 […]
With cases of COVID-19 down, and vaccinations up, some think we’ll reach herd immunity sometime in April. What will we do when VC-Day actually arrives?
How many Covid-19 deaths could have been prevented? New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has your answer.
[Part 1] What if it never gets any better than this — riots and COVID-19 virus pandemic and Joe Biden in the White House? Scott Ott asks Bill Whittle for a conservative strategy if things don’t turn around anytime soon. Have you thought about it? Is there a silver lining in this Mordor-dark story?
Governors, mayors and others talk about retreating to COVID-19 lockdowns in states, cities and counties nationwide, even though the data shows that mass lockdown was the wrong approach to stem the pandemic. COVID-19 is a picky eater, so instead of building a fence around everyone, we should isolate only the most vulnerable — the elderly and those who have certain conditions.
New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio seems content to let rage run amok in the wake of the death of George Floyd, yet leads a crackdown on Orthodox Jews, a peaceful religious group. Are the voters of NYC still happy with a mayor who looks the other way as a 92-year-old woman gets punched […]
The “former next president of the United States,” Hillary Clinton, calls peaceful lockdown protestors in a swing state “domestic terrorists” for exercising their right to keep and bear arms. Should the Democrats’ next “former next president of the United States”, Joe Biden, ask her politely to STHU? Right Angle, with Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and […]
Washington Post columnist Max Boot lays out how President Franklin Roosevelt would have run WWII if he did it like President Trump is handling the COVID-19 pandemic. He concludes that if Trump led during World War II, you’d be reading Boot’s column in German. Sign up for Patriot Post email alerts (FREE) and get your […]
The Wisconsin Supreme Court, in a 4-3 opinion, says Gov. Tony Evers’ emergency powers don’t allow him to extend stay-at-home orders indefinitely, handing a victory to the Republican legislators who sued. Several counties — Milwaukee, Dane, Madison — immediately announced they’d do their own lockdown extensions. Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is a production […]
Forbes writer Stephen McBride says these three industries will be wiped out for good, not because the COVID-19 pandemic will last forever, but because the contagion sparked change that will endure. How will creative destruction reshape your life? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is a production of our Members who enjoy backstage content, and […]
Attorney General Bill Barr argues behind closed White House doors that 2020 is a bad time to repeal Obamacare, according to CNN, as the Trump administration finalizes its Supreme Court argument. In the midst of a pandemic, and a presidential election year, does it make sense to, instead, attempt a partial repeal of ACA? Should […]