House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and California Gov. Gavin Newsom secretly love to get caught ignoring COVID-19 lockdown rules.
Re-engining the B-52, which first flew in 1952, could keep it in service until 2097, according to engine manufacturer GE. Is the B.U.F.F. just the perfect military airframe?
Going to war against the Wuhan (COVID-19) virus, awakens American to the on-going need to combat natural-arising, accidentally-released, or intentionally-targeted, biohazards with a counter-contagion force. Is it time to put the Pentagon in charge of pandemic prevention? Right Angle is a production of our Members who access exclusive content, and a private refuge for mutual […]
Stephen Green brings us a grab bag of top (and bottom) headlines, ambushing Bill Whittle and Scott Ott with questions, including:– Why The New York Times calls U.S. troops “tragically” good.– Does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have a point when she quips that Joe Biden is so conservative they’d be in different parties in any other country? […]
The Washington Post publishes documents released through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request about the U.S. war in Afghanistan, claiming they show that U.S. officials promoted a rosy view of progress, when behind the scenes they knew the war was unwinnable.
Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer gets fired. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says Spencer is out for attempting a dishonest back-channel deal with President Trump that bucked the chain of command.
President Donald Trump’s move to disengage American troops from Northern Syria met with near-universal condemnation, including from Kurdish allies in the path of a potential Turkish invasion who feel his decision would betray them after years of fighting I.S.I.S. terrorists as a U.S. partner. Did the Commander in Chief just jeopardize U.S. interests elsewhere, or does moral leadership sometimes demand abandoning longstanding allies?
Shay Assad gets forced into retirement from the Pentagon after saving taxpayers billions of dollars through shrewd negotiation. A reformer who proposed ways to catch defective pricing, and to hold defense contractors accountable for performance when issuing progress payments, Assad suddenly fell out of favor after years of award-winning performance. Donald Trump ran for office promising to drain the swamp. Why not drain THIS swamp?
President Trump Tweet-Trolls the Iranian regime using a satellite photo of a “catastrophic accident” involving its Safir SLV missile at Semnan Launch Site One. The American Left goes ballistic, accusing Trump of leaking the classified image.
The new U.S. Army uniform is a near replica of the World War II version. Can the Army meet its recruitment quotas of teen millennials with a throwback image from the Greatest Generation? Bill Whittle thinks the it’s brilliant.
If the country is in danger, the U.S. president has authority to defend her using the U.S. military. Is that the situation on the souther border now? Can President Trump essentially bypass Democrats in Congress in defense of the nation? Join the people who make this show. https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
The Secretary of Defense says 40 years of war in Afghanistan is enough, but does he really have a plan to get out? Stephen Green leads Scott Ott and Bill Whittle to explore the options. Citizen-producers make this show happen, and you can be one of them: https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register