In the wake of George Floyd’s death, protestors find that where words fail, free expression comes as statues of Confederate leaders fall, and their old battle flag comes down. Images and icons have become the medium of rage, and public debate. Can Conservatives connect with a generation nursed on pictures, not words? Bill Whittle’s “Two […]
As the United States begins another troop draw-down in the wake of Trump-brokered peace deal between the Afghan government and the Taliban, will America’s longest war finally come to an end? Right Angle with Stephen Green, Bill Whittle, and Scott Ott, is a production of our Members who enjoy backstage content, and a private blog […]
Stephen Green brings us a grab bag of top (and bottom) headlines, ambushing Bill Whittle and Scott Ott with questions, including:– Why The New York Times calls U.S. troops “tragically” good.– Does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have a point when she quips that Joe Biden is so conservative they’d be in different parties in any other country? […]
The Washington Post publishes documents released through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request about the U.S. war in Afghanistan, claiming they show that U.S. officials promoted a rosy view of progress, when behind the scenes they knew the war was unwinnable.
Now it looks like a big win for ISIS, but what can President Trump do after the U.S. pull-out from Northeast Syria? The loss of intel on the ground from our abandoned Kurdish allies, the release/escape of terrorist prisoners, and the perception of U.S. apathy, creates conditions for an Islamic State revival. Is there a U.S. position somewhere between warmongering and isolationism?
U.S.-led military coalition, with help from Iraqi Counter-Terrorism forces, carpet bombs what may be the last major concentration of ISIS fighters — the previously-dominant “Islamic State,” reduced to a desperate remnant, hiding on an island in the middle of a river. In seconds the ISIS refuge became an island of fire.
As a public service, Bill Whittle shows a graphic simulation of what might happen if conspiracy theorists who want to “see them aliens” actually storm Area 51 in September as scheduled. The U.S. military is not a force to be trifled with, and under several potential scenarios, it ends badly for the Naruto runners approaching the military base.
The F-35 stealth fighter jet and U.S. nuclear submarines offer battlespace dominance that Bill Whittle says is perhaps the best hope for world peace. Join the men of Right Angle for this encouraging update on stealth weapons at sea and in the air that has Iranian Mullahs sleeping with one eye open.
Iranian attacks on U.S. and allied assets has made strange bedfellows of Americans who support and who oppose President Trump. Are these Iran war drums a symptom of unquestioning support for the president, or of Trump Derangement Syndrome?
If you were raised to despise the US military as a source or repression and injustice, and then, say, happened to get elected as its Commander-in-Chief — what would you do? As Bill Whittle shows in his latest FIREWALL, you don’t need to destroy the weapons and you don’t even need to fire the warriors. […]