Facebook outsources screening of gruesome, cruel videos, to a sick sweatshop where workers suffer PTSD and other effects of horrifying work under terrible conditions. How does that square with the social media giant’s happy mission of uniting people around the world? And if violent videos of animal abuse pass the rigorous screening, why is it so hard for limited-government conservatives to get their message out.
The trauma President Trump causes on the Left reaches its peak when he invites Clemson football players to the White House and feeds the jocks Bic Macs. Bill Whittle guides Stephen Green and Scott Ott to explore why Trump’s common touch eats at Progressives.
Some employers now force workers to sign a “morality clause” that can get them fired, at the sole discretion of the boss, if they become a scandal on Twitter — even if they did nothing wrong. Should your entire life, including your political ideas, be under your employer’s purview? Could someone who hates you get […]
Mark Zuckerberg went from tech wunderkind, to the kid who can’t be trusted with a secret. Stephen Green asks Bill Whittle and Scott Ott if Facebook has become a behemoth worthy of U.S. anti-trust prosecution, or at least some kind of regulatory restraint. Right Angle is a production of the Bill Whittle Network, a member-supported […]
Politicians out on bail on felony charges get reelected, and The New York Times wonders if any scandal would destroy a political career. Bill Whittle Now reflects on the role of personal character in the life of a Republic, and how we’ll recognize the leader who can bring us back to foundational truth. If you […]