Stephen Green brings us a grab bag of top (and bottom) headlines, ambushing Bill Whittle and Scott Ott with questions, including:– Why The New York Times calls U.S. troops “tragically” good.– Does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have a point when she quips that Joe Biden is so conservative they’d be in different parties in any other country? […]
The parents of the victims of the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting may sue Remington Arms over the way the firearms company marketed its AR-15 style Bushmaster rifle, according to the U.S. Supreme Court. Can marketing be murder?
National Rifle Association (NRA) CEO Wayne LaPierre comes under fire for lavish spending on his own luxurious lifestyle, and board Members depart. Is there a reasonable, work-related justification, for LaPierre’s $5 million mansion? What happens when a principle-based organization grants unchecked authority to a single individual?
In the wake of mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, as Republicans move toward backing a national “red flag” law to keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill, Bill Whittle Now asks “who decides?” What if the new law targets you, and the federal government comes to take your guns away? Before your representative votes, he should watch this video.
Billionaire Mark Cuban solves the 2nd Amendment debate with a little editing. Your federal government guarantees your right to keep and bear arms, while your state regulates that gun ownership. What could be wrong with a solution that respects our federated republican form of government, and guarantees your right to own a gun?
Former Supreme Court Associate Justice John Paul Stevens says the worst decision of his life was the court’s DC v. Heller ruling, which recognized the individual right to keep and bear arms. Of course, Stevens voted with the minority in Heller. In a new book, he says he’s still convinced the framers of the Constitution and Bill of Rights meant to protect gun rights only for use in organized militias. Bill Whittle mansplains to Stevens the meaning of a simple English sentence known as the 2nd Amendment.
Counties in New Mexico and elsewhere joining the 2nd Amendment sanctuary movement to escape stricter gun control from state lawmakers, have unintentionally fallen into a trap set by Progressives. Bill Whittle makes the connection between these well-intentioned efforts and so-called “free speech zones.”
Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-CA, wants to take your AR-15. When a veteran on Twitter tells him that would start a war, the Congressman threatens him with nuclear consequences. This, from a guy with his eye on the White House. Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott, mansplain him regarding the right to keep and bear […]
A Black security guard stops a shooter at a night club, undoubtedly saving lives. Police arrive and shoot him dead. Do conservatives really want inner-city folks armed for their own safety, or does that simply paint another target on them? Is the 2nd Amendment color blind, or do parents now need to have “the talk” […]
Could the Las Vegas shooting have been stopped? Would more gun control laws have worked in preventing this massacre? What can be done to prevent future shootings from happening? The Right Angle team explores these questions and more.
Bill, Steve, and Scott give their reactions in the aftermath of the massacre on the Strip.
The USA has, by far, the highest per capita gun ownership in the world. Progressives will tell you that this is what makes America the Murder Capitol of Planet Earth. But we’re not, and in this devastatingly effective Firewall, Bill Whittle shows why the center of Gun Nut Nation is in fact one of the […]
In this segment of his Virtual State of the Union, the Virtual President talks about why politicians want to talk about gun control rather than crime control, and delivers the factual evidence and historical truths that make the case for the Second Amendment self-evident. [Created by Bill Whittle, 2013]
In Part 5 of the What We Believe series, Bill examines to role of gun ownership as a bulwark against the power of the Big State, and deals with some of the logical problems of the gun control movement.