President Obama once told successful individual entrepreneurs “you didn’t build that” because it’s the American system and various governments that facilitate your success. But when U.S. Women’s National Soccer star Megan Rapinoe uses her platform to protest pay inequality, a lot of folks think she should express some gratitude for the country that allowed her […]
The enthusiasm was very nearly noticeable as former President Barack Obama finally endorsed his own former vice president Joe Biden, the last man standing in the Democratic primary. Meanwhile, Chris ‘Fredo’ Cuomo has a mid-life crisis on air, lamenting that his CNN job restrains him when critics attack and he wants to “do you the […]
As the United States begins another troop draw-down in the wake of Trump-brokered peace deal between the Afghan government and the Taliban, will America’s longest war finally come to an end? Right Angle with Stephen Green, Bill Whittle, and Scott Ott, is a production of our Members who enjoy backstage content, and a private blog […]
Former President Barack Obama tells an audience in Singapore that the world would improve if women ruled in every nation. Bill Whittle says Obama is wrong, weak and divisive.
Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden says his White House will follow the “squeaky clean transparent” model of the Obama administration. This, just hours after Hunter Biden bails from board of financial firm in China.
Bill Whittle Now analyzes the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats offered by the Democratic presidential candidates now locked in a 3-way tie for second place (first in the hearts of their Democratic countrymen). Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, and former Vice President Joe Biden, each come to the challenge of winning the Democratic presidential nomination with different advantages and handicaps.
While President Trump says the economy is great, and the coming Chinese trade deal will be great, White House talk of a payroll tax cut lends credence to the media’s recession narrative. Democrats running for president in 2020 would love to neuter the incumbent’s best campaign issue. Could Trump turn the tide by lifting the punitive tariffs against China to boost the economy and bring much-needed relief to U.S. farmers?
Progressives in the media and politics complain that Kim Jong Un is playing President Trump, who settles for a self-aggrandizing photo opp, but is not projecting American strength (LOL). The Left also criticizes Trump for using the North Korea summit and G-20 meeting to cozy up to strongmen like Kim, Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping. […]
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.
On tour promoting her new book, Michelle Obama told a British audience that America is going through a “dark” time under President Trump, and the current “fun” will lead to sickness later after a weekend with “divorced Dad.” Bill Whittle remembers another father who was all sickness and no fun.
President Trump’s tax cuts seems to have sparked an economic recovery that made jobless claims dive to a near 50-year low. Bill Whittle says, “Democrats hardest hit.” But should Republicans use these times of relative prosperity to pour more funding into government programs for the poor?
The House Judiciary Committee, on a party-line vote, subpoenas the unredacted Mueller report. Bill Whittle illustrates what real openness in government can mean. Will the Democrats’ demand backfire and hurt their own prospects in 2020 and beyond?