Defining Actual Progress
Do you remember a time when progress meant actual progress? Bill Whittle’s recent trip to the U.S. Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio, brought some shocking truths to light.
Whittle says the road trip got him to thinking about what can we do to fan the flames of achievement? If it were up to the progressives, he says, progress would be how far and quickly we could march off the cliff of depravity. “But when I was a kid, progress meant going faster, higher, farther–more technological advances instead of refinements,” he says.
In this episode of “The Virtue Signal,” Whittle and Alfonzo Rachel discuss how to escape the nation’s telltale signs that it has bound itself to an ideology that is determined to stop the general definition of progress.