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Right Angle – Disaster Relief: Who Helps and How? – 09/01/17

The Right Angle team discusses the logistics of disaster relief and how various levels of government and individuals cooperate with each other to provide assistance to disaster victims.

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Right Angle – The Cajun Navy and Other Heroic Helpers – 09/01/17

The Right Angle Team talks about the relief effort in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and the terrific work that charities and individual actors like the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief and the Cajun Navy have done to help out the people who have been devastated by the storm.

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Right Angle – Trump’s Plan for Afghanistan – 08/25/17

Steve Green and the Right Angle team discuss the policy aspect of Trump’s Afghanistan strategy and how the military has finally been unshackled to effectively combat the Taliban.

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Right Angle – Kicking Derrière at the Hallmark Channel – 08/24/17

The Right Angle team talks about the Hallmark Channel’s huge jump in ratings and how its traditional, family friendly content is outperforming cable television’s major channels.

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Right Angle – Totality Awesome! – 08/23/17

Bill Whittle talks about his thoughts on experiencing the total solar eclipse on Monday, August 21st, 2017.

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Right Angle – Pluck Zuck – 08/18/17

“Facebook v. Sabo” After making posters mocking a potential Mark Zuckerberg Presidential campaign, conservative artist Sabo’s account was suspended by Facebook. Watch the video to see Bill, Steve, and Scott give their reactions to this suppression of free speech.

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Drifting Apart?

How can the country come together if we can’t even agree across the political aisle about the institutions that form the foundation of a civil society? Bill, Scott, and Steve of Right Angle review a new Pew Research survey detailing public opinion regarding institutions such as the news media, academia, unions, and churches to better […]

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Scandal or Stupidity? Neither? Both?

Donald Trump Jr. released his entire email thread from RussiaGate, revealing a meeting he had with a Russian lawyer to seek out dirt on Hillary Clinton. Is this enough evidence for a case for Trump-Russia collusion? The hosts of Right Angle think not and blast the left for their continued insistence on the Russia hoax.

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Preach It Sister

NRA’s Dana Loesch releases an ad for the NRA the left calls controversial. But is it? Steve Green, Steve Ott and Bill Whittle talk about the action to Dana Loesch’s “controversial” recruitment video.

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Chinese Take-Away

“It’s the government telling you what you ought to do, and when that happens, the government often finds out that people don’t like being told what to do. Do you?” Our hosts discuss the future of renewable energy and finding a compromise between being economically and ecologically friendly. Right Angle is made possible by the […]

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RIGHT ANGLE: GONE WEST

Adam West –TV’s Batman — has died. Bill, Steve and Scott have a heartfelt discussion about his decency and the effect he had on all three.

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Eight Years Later – CPAC Then and Now

Right Angle 02.28.17 – The guys look back and talk about their history as friends, commentators, and the changes they’ve seen since last CPAC.

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RIGHT ANGLE: ZUCKER PUNCH

Mark Zuckerberg is all about open borders and unlocked doors. For you. For himself, well, he’s buying an exclusion zone so no one can even SEE into Mr. Unlocked Doors place.

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RIGHT ANGLE: BERNING MAD

Bernie Sanders polls better than Hillary Clinton. The enthusiasm for his campaign is much higher than hers, and he keeps beating her at the pesky polls. So why is he going to lose the Democratic nomination? Steve Green brings the psyops.

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RIGHT ANGLE: TRUMP’S MAKING A LIST…

Recently, The Donald came out with a rock-solid list of eleven potential conservative Supreme Court justices. But will he stick to the plan?