Bill Whittle and Alfonzo Rachel take on the pervasive and growing scourge of critical race theory as a power play that fans the flames of divisiveness — now reaching into so-called Asian-American communities.
Northwestern University journalist complains that White students fail to make way for him and his Black friends when using the sidewalk. I
Bill Whittle devotes about 2 minutes to the kind of basic research that used to be essential to true journalism, and discovers a possible explanation for ABC News alarm that our national parks are dominated by ‘non-people of color.’ Come and see how the synthetic injustice is manufactured.
Is the uniformity of the military inherently discriminatory?
Zo Rachel and Bill Whittle explore race relations, and whether race is really a useless characteristic for evaluating others and discussing justice issues. Zo gives a clinic on how to address accusations of racism.
In this episode of Moving Back to America, Bill takes the test and discovers he is in fact the nation’s premier Social Justice Warrior.
Memes and hashtags multiply with “OK Boomer” (or #OKBoomer), a sarcastic slap from Gen Z to mock their elders who created this mess — whether that’s climate change, wars, political division, economic hardship, lack of health care, and more. Bill Whittle thinks it’s funny…at first. #EpicRant warning. #OKSnowflake
The NY Times’ accurate headline about a President Trump speech angers readers — some of whom cancel subscriptions — and sparks an emergency meeting where the executive editor calls the headline “an f-ing mess.” What fueled this outrage and chaos?
In the wake of mass shootings in El Paso, TX, and Dayton, OH, President Trump’s remarks focus on racism, hatred, video games, and red flag laws — but he didn’t push new gun control laws. Are there any actions government can take in any area to reduce the frequency of these horrific slaughters? Bill Whittle talks about how we can stop this apparent epidemic.
President Trump wields his Twitter sword to brand Baltimore a disgusting, filthy, rat & rodent infested mess. Democrats leap to defend Rep. Elijah Cummings, who represents the city in Congress, against what they call a racist attack against the Black lawmaker and his many Black constituents. But could Trump’s remark actually help save Baltimore?
A new Washington Post poll shows that a majority of Mexicans want illegal immigrants deported, and almost none want them to stay. They also support use of their new national guard to stop the flow of immigrants through their country. Did President Trump’s immigration policies force Mexicans to face the consequences of open borders?
President Trump told U.S. Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib — known collectively as ‘The Squad’ — to go back where they originally came from and to fix the broken, corrupt governments in those places before they try to fix America. What did he mean by this, and why does he continue to go after a handful of rookie lawmakers as part of his effort to get re-elected? Bill Whittle explains.
For all their talk of tolerance and equality, racism rips the Democrats apart in their first presidential debate. Kamala Harris forces herself into the top tier when she takes a shot at Barack Obama’s vice president, Joe Biden. Can Biden survive this battle for the soul of the Democratic party? Is Harris the perfect presidential nominee because she’s willing to do anything to win?
Because Christians can’t be viewed as victims, and must be seen as oppressors, Progressives brand them “Easter worshippers” in the wake of the the horrific church bombings in Sri Lanka. What are the roots of this apparently-coordinated verbal attack on the English language, and on the followers of Christ, by Leftwing political leaders?
In 2014, the Obama education department told public schools they should avoid suspending or expelling students of color because they were being punished three times more often than Whites. Trump’s education team just yanked that guidance. Will Black students suffer, or are all students safer? Right Angle — with Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott […]