The COVID-19 pandemic has chased many city folk out of the densely-populated urban core, and some aren’t coming back. Will Democrats who flee cities and move to suburban and rural areas take their values with them? Or does geography shape ideology? Read Jim Geraghty’s National Review column:“Moving Out, and Not Coming Back” Join the Rebellion […]
As protests erupt in a growing number of states against government lockdown (stay at home) orders, Bill Whittle analyzes the impact of the people’s Constitutionally-protected right peaceably to assemble and to seek redress of grievances. If you enjoy these videos, and find value in their message, but have not yet become a Member, join us […]
With a growing list of confused quips, and forgotten quotes, former Vice President Joe Biden seems primed to seize the Democratic nomination for president…or to experience some other kind of seizure. As the Biden blooper reel flows from the lips of Super Gaffe-O-Mattic ’76, we ask why Democrats continue to put up people who are […]
Across the country movements arise to split states along political lines, often with conservatives working to isolate progressive policies from harming them. Is this the way to deal with political divisions, or does the Constitution need a re-write to take into account the rural-urban divide that that would shock the Framers. Bill Whittle Now with […]
Recent poll shows that 50 percent of chronic non-voters are absolutely certain they’ll turn out in November 2020, but the partisan affiliation is split. Will a surge of previously apathetic voters change anything? How is it possible in such politically-divisive times that half of the chronic non-voters won’t turnout even if the choice is Donald […]
Much of the public discussion since President Trump struck down Qassem Soleimani, the leader of Iran’s terrorist Quds Force, calls into question Trump’s reasons, his sanity, and his political motives. Is it possible to disagree with , or even dislike, Donald Trump, but still think the move had a rational basis that may turn out […]
There’s bipartisan agreement that the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is inefficient, using antiquated and vulnerable computer systems. But after 18 months of trying to eliminate an agency that employs 5,500 bureaucrats, President Trump now says he won’t.
Stephen Green’s Lightning Round brings hot headlines to Bill Whittle and Scott Ott in a fast-paced week in review. As AOC gets solar plant workers fired, President Trump goes bigly after Black voters, and Democrats tear their party apart over billionaire Bloomberg trying to buy an election, while Elizabeth Warren attempts the same with other people’s money.
President Trump said he’d “strongly consider” accepting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s invitation to testify in his own defense before Congress and “speak all the truth that he wants.”
The New York Times says 2019 election results “reflected the country’s increasingly contentious politics and widening rural-urban divide.” Pundits clamor to claim what the results in Kentucky, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania or Alabama portend for President Trump’s reelection hopes. Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott reviews what the 2019 results really mean for Trump 2020.
The New York Times polls battleground states like Pennsylvania, Michigan and Florida and finds President Donald Trump beating leading Democrats Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders — despite Trump’s punishing disapproval rating, and other polls that show him trailing nationwide.
Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, rejects dirty political ad money. Meanwhile, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg wants it all, and refuses to filter out the false claims. Is this just a beautiful flowering of the free market, or is Twitter a censor, and Facebook a libelous publisher? Will President Elizabeth Warren still break up both of them?
Stanley B. Greenberg, pollster and political consultant to both Bill and Hillary Clinton, says demographic forces will kill the Republican Party in the 2020 election. His new book — R.I.P. G.O.P. — declares the party D.O.A., as the Democratic Party brings a message of hope for the “New America.” Does President Trump dismiss Greenberg’s claims only at his own peril?
A manifesto posted by the El Paso shooter echoes “invasion” rhetoric used by conservative media figures like Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Tucker Carlson, Pat Buchanan, Laura Ingraham and other FoxNews commentators — as well as by President Trump — to refer to illegal immigration.
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?