On the day that twice-failed presidential candidate Bernie Sanders endorses thrice-failed presidential candidate Joe Biden, NYTimes.com’s Nate Cohn warns Democrats about the weakness of Biden’s polling lead over President Trump.
In Part 1 of The Cold War: What We Saw, we will peel back the layers of mystery cloaking the Terror state run by the Kremlin, and watch as America takes its first small steps onto the stage of world leadership.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Bill Whittle’s new podcast series, “The Cold War: What We Saw”, from Esoteric Radio Theatre. With 25,000 nukes on hair trigger, the survival of the United States and the Soviet Union is a modern miracle. Heroic personal stories and high-stakes decisions provide a lesson in global suicide prevention. Bill Whittle […]
On a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) the senior administration official who wrote last year’s New York Times “resistance” op-ed and 2019’s book, “A Warning”, said he won’t remain Anonymous forever. He also claims other Trump critics will speak out about the chaotic and dangerous president.
Who will defend Donald Trump in his Senate trial if the House passes articles of impeachment, and how? That’s the question posed by former Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan in the Wall Street Journal, who says Trump will face “charges almost everyone will believe are true.”
Amped up trouble with China, North Korea, Hong Kong and the Middle East, compete for President Trump’s attention even as he’s besieged daily with the impeachment inquiry that divides his friends and excites his enemies.
The New York Times marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall with a photo essay, and quotes historian Anne Applebaum saying, “It was not a triumph of good over evil. It was basically incompetence — and chance.” Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott remember it differently.
President Trump puts on a spectacular display of message dominance while drowning out the mainstream media. Does this consummate entertainer — this pop president — get something that even Ronald Reagan could not? Have Americans changed in the intervening years so that Reagan couldn’t cut it today?
Saturday Night Live reportedly believed that comedian Shane Gillis would appeal to conservatives, so they hired him in a shameless play for a bigger audience going into the 45th season of the once-great sketch-comedy show. Then they fired Gillis within hours.
President Trump Tweet-Trolls the Iranian regime using a satellite photo of a “catastrophic accident” involving its Safir SLV missile at Semnan Launch Site One. The American Left goes ballistic, accusing Trump of leaking the classified image.
Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg praises her new colleague, Brett Kavanaugh, for being the first Supreme Court Justice to hire an all-female staff. Bill Whittle rarely finds anything to celebrate in Ginsburg’s actions or public statements, but this time she’s not only the Notorious R.B.G., but the Gracious R.B.G.. Yet CBS News misses a crucial detail in this story of historic firsts for women.
As President Trump honors tax-cut champion Arthur Laffer with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, NPR says the Laffer Curve that describes the beneficial effect of those cuts, doesn’t work, and never has. Why are Republicans so in love with this economic theory that Democrats think is fake news?
Salon, ThinkProgress, Vox and other Progressive media outlets struggle to stay out of bankruptcy despite the growing popularity of socialism in the United States. Is this proof that free enterprise is a failed economic model when a good-hearted Progressive can’t make a profit trying to destroy capitalism?
As Uber stands at the doorstep of its initial public offering (IPO), Uber drivers cry out: “They treat us like crap!” If the face of your company complains to your customers that they’re poor and mistreated, why should investors pour $90 billion into an business that has vigorous competition from Lyft and others, and virtually no barrier to entry, since it’s essentially just an app? And what does this say about capitalism itself?