Bill Whittle says we need to reelect President Donald Trump “to see the rule of law restored in the United States.” What would four more years of a Trump administration mean for the country, the Constitution, the economy and justice for all? Thank you to our Members who make this show possible with their contributions. […]
In the wake of the mono-partisan impeachment of President Donald Trump, you might wonder what’s wrong with the U.S. Constitution that an entire national government can be brought to a standstill, and a country torn apart, to pursue charges that cannot result in conviction. Did the Framers of our governing charter fail to anticipate the […]
Time magazine dubs Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg as the 2019 person of the year, but Bill Whittle has his own nominee — a humanitarian and environmentalist who actually did something. Here’s why the editors of Time should have picked President Donald Trump, and why they never can.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un rides a white horse on Mt. Paektu (aka Baekdu), the holy mountain of his grandfather Kim Il-Sung, in advance of “a great operation to strike the world with wonder again and make a step forward in the Korean revolution,” according to official news coverage.
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?
Former Vice President Joe Biden tells Iowa’s Democratic faithful that “poor kids are just as bright and talented as white kids/” Did he accidentally say what he, and his party, really believe? Is this just the normal $h*t Joe Biden says? Or has the septuagenarian lost his grip. This latest gaffe has even some Democrats wondering about his electability, if not his fitness for office.
After the failure of the “basket of deplorables” candidate, Hillary Clinton, the new field of Democrat presidential candidates and their fellow travelers have decided to double down on insulting the American public whose votes they crave.
With tensions rising in the middle east — in the wake of Iran shooting down a U.S. drone — Bill Whittle addresses the conspiracy theories about the potential of U.S. war with Iran. From false flag attacks, to neocon or Jewish saber-rattling, to war-for-profit by the military industrial complex, Bill addresses the accusations of Progressives, and even of Trump supporters.
President Trump tells George Stephanopoulos at ABC News that he still wants to hear oppo research “dirt” on his political rivals…even if it comes from Russia. Did he learn nothing from the Mueller Probe? Or is he laying a trap for Hillary Clinton?
Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a leading Democratic candidate for president and professing Christian, usually declares: “God has no political party.” Yet recently he told NBC News that God’s political preference would NOT be the Republican Party in the Trump era. He also had harsh innuendo about Vice President Mike Pence’s Christian faith. What does this say about Mayor Pete’s character, his theology and his prospects as a 2020 presidential candidate?
Legislation in 17 states would remove President Donald Trump from the 2020 presidential election ballot if he doesn’t release his tax returns. Trump has said his IRS returns are perfectly legal and his finances excellent, so why shouldn’t the president just release the documents to make the issue go away, and to shut up the Democrats?
Stephen Green’s copyrighted, patented, trademarked, artisinally-selected, steel-cut questions designed to surprise and delight Scott Ott, Bill Whittle and children of all ages. Ripped from the headlines of your digital news source…and we’re very sorry about the screen damage, but you knew the risk.
President Trump meets privately with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who emerge announcing “goodwill” and a common commitment to spend $2 trillion on infrastructure spending. Did Trump get played? Will Democrat insistence on environmental regulations drag out projects and jack up their price?
First quarter GDP jumps by 3.2% during the longest federal government shutdown in history. Bill Whittle says that doesn’t prove anything, so he’d like to see more testing.
Democratic presidential candidate “Mayor Pete” Buttigieg suggests he’d rather have democracy than capitalism, which “has let a lot of people down.” He reacts to President Trump’s nominee for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Stephen Moore, who said he’d take capitalism. Scott Ott, Bill Whittle and Stephen Green take this false dichotomy by the horns and wrestle it to the ground.