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.
Bernie Sanders announces his 2020 run for the presidency. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez sets the Democratic party’s Progressive agenda. And the men of Right Angle rejoice that BS & AOC — the young Turks of the DNC — will carry the banner of socialism against Donald Trump (or whoever the GOP nominee may be.)
Should Trump just say No to the State of the Union address as we’ve come to know it. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tried to tweak him during the government shutdown. Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott say maybe it’s time for Trump to say, “Stick it Nancy,” and boycott the speech. It would be […]
Pop culture is “THE battlefield” and Bill Whittle says feminist-twisted superheroes are winning. If the youth of our nation drink in Hollywood’s destruction of our cultural icons, and politics is downstream from culture, what kind of delta can we expect? Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green have co-hosted a three-man current events show for […]
In Episode 001 of Bill Whittle Now, viewer Benjamin Nelson wants to know what Bill would ask a rookie political candidate to evaluate his worthiness, and Pat Wilson asks why Bill doesn’t run.
How can the country come together if we can’t even agree across the political aisle about the institutions that form the foundation of a civil society? Bill, Scott, and Steve of Right Angle review a new Pew Research survey detailing public opinion regarding institutions such as the news media, academia, unions, and churches to better […]
58% of Democrats say their party needs new leadership and the Democrats’ minority in Congress is shrinking with each election, but House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is holding onto every last strand of power she can maintain. Bill, Scott, and Steve offer their two cents.
Bill Whittle chalks out the basics of Tea Party Conservatism. In this segment, Bill talks about the advantages of small government and free enterprise.