Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott now has 300 episodes in the can, and we pause to consider how Bill got into this political realm, how it has changed since the blogs of 2002 in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, through the Tea Party movement, and where his hope lies for the future in the age of Trump.
Hong Kong CEO Carrie Lam, China’s compliant puppet, gets jeered from the legislature when she tries to give her annual speech. She later gives the speech by video, saying the independence movement won’t be tolerated, and blames the protest on income inequality.
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?
Yellow vest protests in France may have a connection with the recent U.S. Tea Party movement. Stephen Green leads Scott Ott and Bill Whittle to consider the parallels and differences. Right Angle is one of the shows produced by members at https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
Now that the Lightworker recedes into the void that he has created, our progressive friends suddenly discover the idea of SEPARATION OF POWERS.
The Virtual President outlines the three essential qualities needed for the Pursuit of Happiness in Modern America, and sets a challenge to free entire generations of Americans.
When you get down to it, all Liberal criticism of Conservatives comes down to “YOU SUCK!” And they’re right! Find out why.
Oikophobia — fear and hatred of one’s own culture and people. It has brought down civilizations since there have been civilizations. And now we’re infected, too. Find out how the negativity and self-loathing of modern Hollywood is just a small gear in the machine that brings down entire nations. What can we do about it? […]
The protests in Wisconsin are just the surface of a far, far larger phenomenon taking place beneath the surface. In this Firewall, Bill examines the three great waves of human civilization, and how what we are seeing in Madison is a war the Unions ultimately cannot win.
NASA may have lost its way, but out under the radar America has a bold, imaginative, successful and efficient Private Space Age starting to bloom. Find out what’s wrong with the current state of big-government, manned space exploration, how to fix it, and what private property is actually flying in space above your heads RIGHT […]
President Obama just delivered his State of the Union address. But the examples he used of American greatness belong to small business and individual genius, not big-state “innovation.” Bill chalks out the inconsistencies and provides some common-sense conservative solutions.
In the final installment of the What We Believe series, Bill looks at how America is indeed exceptional — a once-in-history success militarily, economically, scientifically and culturally.
In Part 6 of What We Believe, Bill looks at the critical distinction between legal and Illegal immigration, and how apologists for illegal immigration end up hurting the legal immigrants that have always been the backbone of America.
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.
What makes some laws worth obeying, while others demand to be overturned? In Part 4, Bill examines the difference between Natural Law and Political Law.