With Wall Street stocks, and academic science, unsettled, President Trump pumps hope through his daily White House press briefings. Is he a science denier, or does he have a different job than the scientists (or the pundits) do? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott comes to you five times weekly thanks to our Members. Join […]
With panic sweeping the news media, social media, official Washington D.C., and the toilet paper aisle at the local grocery store, Bill Whittle deals with the taproot of fear. He explodes in righteous indignation against the craven acts of opportunistic politicians. Among Bill’s common sense concepts for escaping bad crisis advice: It’s not a financial […]
As Lyft, the ride-sharing company, prepares to go public, it announces its intention to kill personal car ownership, boasting that some 300,000 people have already kicked the car habit thanks to Lyft. What does America gain and lose in the transportation as a service economy?
Bill Whittle and Scott Ott, both active in the early days of the Tea Party movement, reflect on its 10th anniversary. What did it mean at the start? What did it accomplish? Where do we go from here? And would Donald Trump be President of the United States without the Tea Party?
Candidate Donald Trump said he’d Make America Great Again, and an American supermajority (69%) is now optimistic on the Trump economy. They think they’ll be better off next year, and most say they’re better off than last year. President Trump’s popularity shoots to record high in the wake of his State of the Union Address. […]