Scott Ott ambushes Bill Whittle and Stephen Green — and purloins Steve’s trademark — in this rapid-fire episode of Right Angle ‘Thunder Round’.
Texas announces state will no longer mandate mask wearing, but leave the decision to mask to individuals and businesses as infections and deaths decline, and vaccinations ramp up aggressively. But some folks seem enamored of staying masked up in perpetuity. Some politicians like it that way. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott create 20 […]
With cases of COVID-19 down, and vaccinations up, some think we’ll reach herd immunity sometime in April. What will we do when VC-Day actually arrives?
Texas Governor Greg Abbott, in the face of surging COVID-19 cases, mandates masks in public in a state that led the re-opening move after the lockdown. Bill Whittle thinks it’s exactly the wrong response.
Texas Democrat Rep. Sylvia Garcia introduces HR 7505, a resolution aimed to stop President Trump before he nukes a hurricane, or uses any strategic weapon — not merely thermonuclear explosions — to alter weather patterns or affect the climate. You pay Rep. Garcia $174,000/year for her serious work. Our Members make it possible for Bill […]
Elon Musk opens his California Tesla plant, in violation of Alameda County, and begs authorities to arrest him alone. State lawmaker Lorena Gonzalez Tweets “F*** Elon Musk.” Bill Whittle calls Musk’s rebellion “the Tweet heard ’round the world.” Musk may move the entire operation to Texas. Right Angle is a production of our Members. Join […]
Shelley Luther re-opened her Salon à la Mode business in Dallas after a month of no income for her family, and her 19 employees, but before the lock-down order was lifted. She tore up County Judge (Executive) Clay Jenkins’ cease and desist order at a public demonstration. In court, she refused to apologize to District […]
As Governors like Greg Abbott of Texas begin to lift stay-at-home orders and we start to re-open business and go back to work, how can we tell if it’s going well…or not. Since many don’t trust the media, or politicians, and assume they’ll continue to focus on catastrophe, how can you make a prudent decision […]
Now that the data show the COVID-19 curve flattening, the voices that were demanding that we listen to the science seem deaf to the current science. How is is that science makes fear but not comfort? Right Angle is a production of our Members. Join them now. Join the Rebellion Listen to the Audio Version […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has chased many city folk out of the densely-populated urban core, and some aren’t coming back. Will Democrats who flee cities and move to suburban and rural areas take their values with them? Or does geography shape ideology? Read Jim Geraghty’s National Review column:“Moving Out, and Not Coming Back” Join the Rebellion […]
A Fort Worth, Texas, cop shoots an innocent woman, Atatiana Jefferson, through the window of her own home after a neighbor calls in a “wellness check” when he notices her door ajar.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, understands democracy better than Republicans do because she wants to abolish the electoral college and choose the president by national popular vote, according to Jamelle Bouie in The New York Times.
As long as these mass shooter attacks — like El Paso and Dayton — continue, and politicians merely argue over the proper way to discourage them, individual Americans like you need to find a way to live in safety and sanity and protect your family. Scott Ott presses Bill Whittle on what you can do to survive or stop such an attack, and reduce the number of them.
The Trump administration ends President Obama’s moratorium on federal death penalty executions, despite concerns about racial disparities on death row. While the move changes the method of lethal injection to reduce pain — following the Texas model — the risk of executing an innocent person remains. What’s the role of capital punishment in an advanced, humane, society? Should small government Constitutional conservatives endorse the federal government’s ultimate power to wield the sword against its own citizens?
In the wake of The New York Times story “The Making of a YouTube Radical” — that tarred Bill Whittle, Stephen Crowder, Ben Shapiro, Stefan Molyneux, Jordan Peterson and others — it’s time for “the paper of record” to meet some of the real Members of a private Conservative video enclave. (Progressives prepare to be shocked.) Rather than a monolithic demographic cluster of old, white, heterosexual men, we find a cross-section of America.