The Bloomberg headline says “Trump Administration Moves to End Food Stamps for 750,000”, and that sounds bad during an election year. But as Scott Ott digs deeper into the story, he finds details that don’t make great anti-Trump clickbait.
First results from a universal basic income (UBI) study in Stockton, California, shows that free money makes people happy, and that they spend most of it on basic needs like food and utilities, rather than on drugs, alcohol or gambling. Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs wants his $500 per month stipend experiment done statewide.
President Trump wields his Twitter sword to brand Baltimore a disgusting, filthy, rat & rodent infested mess. Democrats leap to defend Rep. Elijah Cummings, who represents the city in Congress, against what they call a racist attack against the Black lawmaker and his many Black constituents. But could Trump’s remark actually help save Baltimore?
As pandering Democrats push reparations for slavery, what’s the Republican answer to address issues like institutional racism, poverty, unequal justice, failing schools, and other problems and grievances? Is it enough to just say ‘No’ to reparations, or should the GOP have a positive, creative program to address problems, many of which are caused by government?
President Trump’s tax cuts seems to have sparked an economic recovery that made jobless claims dive to a near 50-year low. Bill Whittle says, “Democrats hardest hit.” But should Republicans use these times of relative prosperity to pour more funding into government programs for the poor?
Bill Whittle makes the case that the truly undecided Independent must vote Republican in the 2018 midterm elections. This is one of a four-part series… 1) The Never-Trumper: https://youtu.be/Jf0TLDkaGd4 2) The Independent 3) The Sick of Politics: https://youtu.be/kqO9nbc2MSs 4) The Committed Democrat: https://youtu.be/YDD87xJLO0U Watch all four efforts in one video: https://youtu.be/7QJlQDxe8iM Help create messages like […]
Homo erectus was too lazy to survive, employing only “least effort strategies,” according to archaeologists. Meanwhile, Homo sapiens worked hard to thrive. What does this new discovery tell us about today? Scott Ott, hosts Bill Whittle and Stephen Green, in this episode of ‘Right Angle’, brought to you by the members at https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com Subscribe and […]
Virtual President Bill Whittle takes a question on entitlements at a Virtual Town Hall meeting in Ramona, CA. and explains how the answer to free stuff is BETTER STUFF.