The Bloomberg headline says “Trump Administration Moves to End Food Stamps for 750,000”, and that sounds bad during an election year. But as Scott Ott digs deeper into the story, he finds details that don’t make great anti-Trump clickbait.
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.
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Democratic candidates for president, at an event run by the Rev. Al Sharpton, say they support paying reparations to the descendants of slaves. Bill Whittle and Scott Ott say: “Let’s do it,” but for different reasons. Stephen Green leads the examination of this quadrennial Democratic issue.
Princeton Prof. Sean Willentz, in a New York Times op-ed, confesses he was wrong about the racist roots of the Electoral College – says he’ll correct error in second edition of his recent book. Bill Whittle and Scott Ott examine the true reasons for our method of electing a president, and why Democrat efforts to snuff out the Electoral College must be stopped.
When a judge thinks the law is wrong, he’s still constrained to instruct the jury that they must issue a verdict under that law. He can’t even tell them the minimum sentence under that bad law. One judge in a child pornography distribution case speaks out, prompting Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill Whittle to […]