President Trump comes under fire for saying, “In my opinion, you vote for a Democrat, you’re being very disloyal to Jewish people, and you’re being very disloyal to Israel.” Did Trump’s effort to attack Rep. Rashida Tlaib and Rep. Ilhan Omar conjure an anti-Semitic trope and poison his efforts to win Jews to the Republican Party? How have Republicans failed to attract a group of voters who should love the party’s view of Israel?
Planned Parenthood rejects $60 million federal Title X money after the Trump administration says grant recipients cannot refer women to abortion providers as a method of family planning. The grant money normally goes to fund birth control, screenings for sexually transmitted diseases, as well as breast and cervical cancer detection. How has President Trump — a man with shifting convictions on the life issue — achieved the first substantive shift in the pro-life direction in decades?
The helicopter travel boom over urban areas highlights the yawning income inequality between the people trapped in traffic jams below and those who rise above it all because of their power and privilege, according to The New York Times. Should “the 1%” be allowed to go from downtown to the airport in eight minutes while the people crawl across the ground for an hour and a half to accomplish the same objective?
New York Times writer Thomas Friedman spent a little time at the U.S. southern border and wrote a column endorsing President Trump’s call for a border wall. Will more Progressives back the wall if given a dose of border reality? Is Friedman’s column just a trick to get comprehensive immigration reform favorable to Democrats?
Former President Obama slams President Trump, breaking a covenant of civility observed by former White House occupants for years. Bill Whittle explains why he must, and what his future holds. Members produce and distribute this program throught their monthly contributions at https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
A New York Times science writer raises concerns about President Trump’s private space initiatives — specifically his plan to phase out funding for the International Space Station by 2020. Can the private sector possibly pick up the slack? Can we risk a ‘wild west’ atmosphere outside of Earth atmosphere? Scott Ott leads Bill Whittle and […]