House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announces an impeachment inquiry against President Trump. Bill Whittle thinks she has just handed the president a 2020 election victory. But how does a president under impeachment run a campaign?
President Donald Trump orders the release of the transcript of his July 25 phone call with Ukraine President Voldymyr Zelensky, believing it clears him of an anonymous whistle-blower’s accusations of self-dealing. Democrats in Congress read the same transcript and believe it proves Trump used the power of his office to pressure a foreign leader to help his own reelection campaign.
Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee launch probe into allegations that President Trump violated campaign finance law with 2016 hush money payments to porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal, both of whom alleged affairs with the Donald J. Trump. Will this Democrat effort succeed where the Russia collusion case failed? Can it lay the groundwork for impeaching Trump before, or after, the 2020 election?
As the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates call for Medicare for all, decriminalizing illegal immigration, open borders and free healthcare for illegal aliens, former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says they’re too extreme, and will suffer for it at the polls. Will anyone listen?
Leading Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren proposes a 30% gun tax plus a 50% ammo tax which she says will add up to an 80% drop in gun deaths. Of course, there’s more to it than than, including an end to the filibuster in the Senate. Can Betsy Warren ride her sensible gun math equation to the White House, and if so, why doesn’t she stay in the Senate so she can help pass it?
New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand wants to reduce the influence of wealthy white men, and make every voter a campaign donor by giving us all vouchers — drawn on the federal treasury — so we can contribute to candidates of our choosing. Candidates would agree to refuse contributions above $200 in order to receive these “Democracy dollars.” What’s the harm in that? Bill Whittle explains.
Hillary Clinton tells Westchester News 12’s Tara Rosenblum she will not run in 2020. Is this really the end of an error, or is she being coy — “I’m out, so please don’t beg”? Scott Ott, Bill Whittle and Stephen Green engage in the appropriate amount of reveling.
As a growing group of GOP Senators become man-made climate change believers, you have to ask: Did the science move them or just the political calculation that it’s “not worth the fight.”
Sen. Cory Booker tells VegNews that eating eggs doesn’t “align with his spirit.” He doesn’t want government to regulate your diet. If you like your eggs, you can keep your eggs. He just wants to “nudge America toward fake cheese.” Yet, if we’re going to save the planet, you need to stop eating meat.
Women dressed in white at President Trump’s State of the Union address highlighted the stark imbalance between the GOP and Democrat representatives in Congress. Why do Democrats vastly outnumber Republicans when it comes to female lawmakers? Is there an institutional GOP rule against female candidates? Bill Whittle Now is a production of the Members at […]
The Washington Post interviewed America’s Great Lite Hope, Rep. Beto O’Rourke for two hours only to find he has no plan for immigration. Can a six-year Congressman, and failed Senate candidate, capture the Democratic nomination for president when his answers are blowin’ in the wind? More Right Angle, with Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill […]
President Trump gave his best pitch for his number one campaign promise LIVE from the Oval Office to a national audience this week. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer were unmoved. Can Trump get what he wants with Democrats in charge of the House? Can his supporters get what they want […]
The New York Times now reports a second stealth attack by Progressives aimed at tarring former Judge Roy Moore during his 2017 Senate race. Bill Whittle wrestles with how to fight an opponent who fights dirty, and what Judge Moore should have done to combat the allegation.
President Trump ambushes Democrat leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in the Oval Office, creating a must-see TV gameshow. Scott Ott leads Bill Whittle and Stephen Green in a game of their own. Enjoy this show? Join the citizen-producers who make it. https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
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 […]