Moving Back to America, Week in Review: May 18 – June 2, 2022
Police in Uvalde, Texas, restrained parents from rushing into Robb Elementary School to save their children as law enforcement seemed unwilling or unable to do their job.
When an 18-year-old shot and killed 19 little children at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, like all historical villains, in his mind he did what he must.
Will President Biden’s virtue signal against Vladimir Putin actually backfire against Biden’s own voters and countrymen?
Bill Whittle, back from a crippling bout with COVID-19, finds that his mental DNA has changed…
California high school quiz asks students if Texans and Fox News are “a group of complete idiots”.
The founders of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, get pressed to explain why they’d block sales of their product in the so-called “Occupied Palestinian Territories” (OPT), but not in Georgia or Texas where laws also run afoul of their Progressive stance.
How did such a God-blessed land of opportunity turn into the place business goes to die?
White liberals in the Highland Park School District, near Dallas, Texas, received a letter from BLM activists telling them to keep their kids out of Ivy League (and other top) universities to make room for ‘students of color’.
Bill Whittle dubs them “the Typhoid Karens of the 21st century.” Texas Democrats launch a mobile COVID-19 super spreader service, infecting themselves, a Florida Congressman, and staffers for President Biden and Rep. Nancy Pelosi…so far. All of this in an effort to avoid voting on a bill that would secure the integrity of voting. The […]
Justin Chester, desperate for work and failing to get responses by showering employers with resumes online, takes it to the street and “panhandles” for work.
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.