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No Heart In San Francisco

 Michelle Tandler, founder of Life School in San Francisco, tweets that 8,000 people sleeping in the rain in a city that has a $13 billion annual budget looks like “the least compassionate city on the planet.” How should conservatives respond when progressives awaken to evidence that their ideology creates the harsh reality of a hellscape like San Francisco?

Tune into the Right Angle crew of Stephen Green, Scott Ott and special guest, Alfonzo Rachel, sitting in for Bill Whittle, for a lively discussion.




It’s The Media’s Fault

Despite the Left’s presumption that President Biden is engineering a “booming economic recovery” and an “extremely popular legislative agenda,” his approval numbers have tanked.

Now, we know why. According to the mainstream media, it’s the media’s fault. One study shows more negative headlines about President Biden than a similar four-month span under President Trump. Tune in to hear the “Right Angle” crew of Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green debate the issue.




Media Rips Let’s Go Brandon

Stephen Green’s Lightning Round ambushes Bill Whittle and Scott Ott with a number of hot issues circulating the nation, including why the media are now calling the “Let’s Go Brandon” chant hate speech.

Among the other brain twisters on the menu include California high school quizzes asking students if Texans and Fox News are “a group of complete idiots,” Texas filling border barrier gaps with shipping containers to channel migrants into areas where more  patrol agents are available and the out-of-control energy crisis, among other issues. Hold on to your hats for some lively debate from the “Right Angle” crew.

How To Be A Happy Warrior

Despite the daily barrage of negative news trying the patience of patriots and attacking our conservative, free-market values, a remnant of happy warriors remains. Bill Whittle and the “Right Angle” crew of Stephen Green and Scott assess the state of affairs and set the record straight on the otherwise meretricious nonsense being spewed by the mainstream media.

To Conform Or Not Conform

A famous conformity experiment developed by Solomon Asch in the 1950s, provides stunning evidence of our willingness to follow the crowd, despite the evidence of our own eyes.

Social proof, a powerful force in molding behavior, has become a political tool, amplified by social media, mainstream media and academia. But there’s a simple remedy also revealed in the Asch conformity experiments that requires action by only one person — you. “What’s happening in our society today, is that these loudspeakers of social media–mainstream media, politics, all of it–are blaring stories at us so consistently and so loudly, and bombarding us with all that we know to be insane, that we start thinking we must be nuts or just want to get along.”

In the Asch experiment, the test subject folds to peer pressure and agrees with the group, denying what he really sees. But when another subject is added who agrees with him, it changes everything. Whittle explains further.

Back In The USSA!

Nearly half the U.S. public thinks those jailed for the Jan. 6 siege on the Capitol are political prisoners, according to a Rasmussen poll. Thirty percent strongly agree, while 42 percent strongly disagree. Surprisingly, 45 percent of Democrats agree with with the assessment.

With such sentiment penetrating our nation, how can a free republic move forward and survive? Should the Beatles classic be re-issued as “Back in the U.S.S.A.?” The “Right Angle” crew of Stephen Green, Scott Ott and Bill Whittle jump into the discussion with some biting remarks.

Soccer Loss Delights Patriots

After using the national anthem to make a political statement, the heavily favored U.S. women’s Olympic soccer team disgraced themselves by losing to Sweden, much to the delight of many Americans.

The problem for patriots was this plucky group of American kids chose to honor Black Lives Matter rather than America. Says Bill Whittle, “It really is a case of achieving the impossible, because the U.S. women’s soccer team has managed to get hundreds of millions of American patriots to root against the American team.” Here’s more on the travesty from Whittle.

 

The Reality Reckoning

You can ignore reality, but it won’t ignore you. And Bill Whittle sees increasing signs that reality is bearing down on Progressive America with unrelenting fury.

“Reality can be turned away and you can elect not to take reality’s call. And you can ghost reality and not answer the texts,” Whittle says. “But sooner or later, it’s going to arrive in a way that’s it’s not something that you can dismiss.” In this episode of “Virtue Signal,” on the Bill Whittle channel, Whittle and Alfonzo Rachel explore the impact of the reality reckoning..

In Praise Of Individuality

You’d think capitalism would be an easy sell. It’s not. The individuality at the heart of free-market capitalism makes it the only system where freedom to help your neighbor is exalted, and the motivation for corruption decreases.

It’s time for conservatives to collectively stand up and praise the virtues of individuality. Here’s Bill Whittle and Alfonzo Rachel and their thoughts on the subject.

Civilization Vs. Tribal Barbarism

As rockets rise from Palestinian territory, Israel’s defensive Iron Dome system activates to intercept them. The scene is captured in a “photo for the times,” as Bill Whittle call it.

What he sees in this current conflict is a battle between ancient tribal barbarism and a more humane 21st century way of life. Whittle is joined by the “Right Angle” crew of Stephen Green and Scott Ott to discuss the concept.

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