How can we maintain a democratic Republic when political life is a lazy way for mediocre people to get the perks associated with entertainment celebrities — fame, power, money, sex?
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.
Sevier County, TN, Commissioner Warren Hurst calls Pete Buttigieg’s presidential candidacy “as ugly as you can get” because Mayor Pete is “a queer”. Hurst was making an argument about his county becoming a gun sanctuary, but has drawn national protest and ridicule for his broader comments about society, Democrats, homosexuality, and the waning rights of white men.
Is the debauched and disturbing world we see playing out on the news networks and social media just “the world we live in,” or is there another, quiet and dignified America that doesn’t make it to the screen?
Bill Whittle puts the Conservative movement through a business analysis tool called S.W.O.T. to identify what works, what doesn’t, and the border between victory and vulnerability in 2019. A faithful band of committed Members supports this show, and others like it. You can join them at https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
Politicians out on bail on felony charges get reelected, and The New York Times wonders if any scandal would destroy a political career. Bill Whittle Now reflects on the role of personal character in the life of a Republic, and how we’ll recognize the leader who can bring us back to foundational truth. If you […]