Get your FREE Patriot’s Primer on American Liberty right now With new job numbers far exceeding economist expectations, and unemployment at historic lows, will Americans go to the polls in November and vote to end this growth spurt? Or is the Democratic presidential nominee doomed before he’s nominated? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is […]
Stephen Green’s Lightning Round brings hot headlines to Bill Whittle and Scott Ott in a fast-paced week in review. As AOC gets solar plant workers fired, President Trump goes bigly after Black voters, and Democrats tear their party apart over billionaire Bloomberg trying to buy an election, while Elizabeth Warren attempts the same with other people’s money.
Although the country is in a long-term economic growth phase, Fed data shows that middle-income people are now less likely to own homes, or stocks. Meanwhile, “the one percent” are doing great. When it comes to elections, It’s the economy, stupid. But even thought more people have jobs now, can Democrats harness the wealth gap to win the White House in 2020?
As President Trump honors tax-cut champion Arthur Laffer with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, NPR says the Laffer Curve that describes the beneficial effect of those cuts, doesn’t work, and never has. Why are Republicans so in love with this economic theory that Democrats think is fake news?
President Trump’s tax cuts seems to have sparked an economic recovery that made jobless claims dive to a near 50-year low. Bill Whittle says, “Democrats hardest hit.” But should Republicans use these times of relative prosperity to pour more funding into government programs for the poor?
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?
The Labor Department surprised economists and the stock market with robust job and wage growth in December. Will this turn the bears bullish, and lift Donald Trump’s prospects for reelection in 2020?
Stephen Green laments a greater loss after the 2018 midterm elections — the Republicans lost opportunity when they had the House majority. Scott Ott finds a golden nugget in the muck, and Bill Whittle pushes back on Steve’s regret over losing earmarks.
President Trump said he’d bring American manufacturing jobs back. He used tariffs, tax cuts and deregulation as tools to do that. Now, for the first time in years, U.S. Steel has a tentative deal with its union employees for a multi-year pay hike, a lump sum bonus and profit sharing. Plus, the firm is investing […]
Internal RNC poll says Republicans have lost the messaging battle on one their biggest accomplishments during the Trump administration. Most voters believe the GOP wants to cut Social Security and Medicare to give tax breaks to corporations and rich people. Bill Whittle gives the GOP a lesson. Become a citizen-producer of shows like this: https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
Looking back at Trump’s first year in the White House…
Doom for Democrats: The American people will have more money in their pockets.