Average citizens with small sums of money have force multipliers that stymie one of the greatest armies on Earth.
President Biden appoints Nina Jankowicz to head up the new Disinformation Governance Board within the Department of Homeland Security, raising comparisons with George Orwell’s “Ministry of Truth” in 1984.
How could the Russian flagship Moskva sink after a couple of hits from Ukrainian Neptune missiles? As Putin’s pride sits on the bottom of the Black Sea, the men of Right Angle weigh the price of the massive loss of hardware and morale. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green, and Scott Ott create 260 new episodes of […]
In the chaos of combat, how can there be a hierarchy of evils, ranking some kinds of killing as worse than others?
Despite the deadly seriousness of the war in Ukraine, U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris awkwardly cackles at a broadcast news conference with the President of Poland. Is her inappropriate reaction an uncontrollable tic, or is it something worse?
Bill Whittle describes how Vladimir Putin is not only imprisoned, but has virtually no hope of escape…
As people of integrity, we want to tell the truth, but how do we TELL the truth from the lie. Passive listeners will absorb massive quantities of intentional and accidental distortions.
From his teenage spy dreams, to his career as a KGB agent and political fixer, Vladimir Putin’s backstory predicts his destiny…
Can the fire & forget Javelin missile repel the aggressor, force a massive re-think of military doctrine…and literally save lives?
McDonalds shuts down 847 restaurants in Russia, as Visa, Mastercard and other big U.S. brands cut off services to helpless Russians in ways that won’t affect President Vladimir Putin in the least.
Will President Biden’s virtue signal against Vladimir Putin actually backfire against Biden’s own voters and countrymen?
With fake news, propaganda, media distortions, and un-confirmable stories flooding social media and 24/7 news outlets, how do you watch the war in Ukraine?
Bill Whittle’s Russian-born wife deals with a lot of anxiety related to the invasion of Ukraine, her loved ones still in Russia, and her shame over Vladimir Putin’s actions. How can we worry without being consumed by fear?
Bill Whittle brings history to bear analyzing the effect of Vlad’s utter isolation on the invasion of Ukraine.
Will this historical hinge-point, lift us above our trivial daily concerns, and provide a moment of clarity about what’s really important?