The Trump administration’s new regulations, separating abortion from women’s health services, has triggered at least two major abortion providers to reject federal funds rather than comply. Is Trump’s legal-procedural approach — rather than moralistic preaching — succeeded where previous conservative efforts have failed? Will individual Progressive Americans step up to fill the funding gap so the abortion clinics can keep on carving?
Alabama state lawmakers pass an abortion ban in hopes of a Supreme Court challenge that overturns Roe v. Wade.. Critics says the pro-life law could spur Hollywood to stop the flow of cash to the state’s growing film business, and cost millions in legal bills. Is this bad timing for Republicans running in 2020, or should President Trump wave this banner all the way to a second term?
Hillary Clinton tells Westchester News 12’s Tara Rosenblum she will not run in 2020. Is this really the end of an error, or is she being coy — “I’m out, so please don’t beg”? Scott Ott, Bill Whittle and Stephen Green engage in the appropriate amount of reveling.
When 44 Senate Democrats voted against the Born-Alive Abortion Survivor Protection Act, they made a statement about you. They believe that, after witnessing a failed late-term abortion, most Americans would stand aside and let the baby die on the table. Will America stand with this Democratic Party in 2020?
The New York State Reproductive Health Act — the new abortion law — takes the debate beyond the question of pro-choice or pro-life. It removes abortion from the criminal code, loosens who can perform one and how late, and prepares the state in case the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade. Bill Whittle calls it […]
When a yearbook pic emerged allegedly showing Virginia Governor Ralph Northam in 1984 wearing blackface and standing by someone in a white Ku Klux Klan (KKK) robe, Democrats called for him to step down. However, when he appeared to defend post-birth abortion (infanticide) they stood with him. Should conservatives who decried the treatment of Brett […]
A new Reuters/Ipsos poll indicates Democrats harbor more anger than Republicans, and that rage may topple GOP majorities in the House and the Senate. Bill Whittle Now evaluates the claim, and brings historical perspective. Bill Whittle’s voice has not been silenced, but grows in influence, thanks to the members who pay $9.95/month to make and […]