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Too Much Free Speech?

You would think the politicians who swore an oath to defend and protect the Constitution should have at least some basic idea of what it’s all about.

“Right Angle’ co-host Stephen Green says both parties are coming after our First Amendment rights to¬† free speech. He joins colleagues Bill Whittle and Scott to debate the issue.

Burning Up The Road

Bill Whittle and the “Right Angle” crew dig into the odd circumstances surrounding a raging fire that damaged significant sections of I-10 in Los Angeles, one of the cities major traffic arteries.

No, it wasn’t an exploding engine or car crash that ignited the blaze. It was the freeway itself that caught fire, due to the significant amount of tinder that city government allowed to accumulate under the roadway.

“The freeway caught fire to the degree to where it is no longer structurally sound and will be out of commission indefinitely,” Whittle says. “This is going to require rebuilding significant miles of interstate.” More with Whittle and colleagues, Stephen Green and Scott Ott.

Will Tucker Be Trump’s Veep?

In a culture war of competing ideas, is a career politician really the best choice for someone on bottom of the Trump 2024 Presidential ticket? Or would we do well to try someone who knows how to articulate and defend conservative ideas, such as Tucker Carlson?

The “Right Angle” crew of Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott tackle this sticky issue and its ramifications.

Lights Out In LA!

How bad is California’s electrical grid?” Stephen Green says it’s worse than you think.

The “Right Angle” crew of Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott bring a California where the future’s so dim, you’ll need a solar-powered flashlight to find your way from the bedroom to the kitchen. Here’s their take.

The Horror Of Homeschooling

Are you prepared for a dark dystopia where your children are educated without government supervision?

Scott Ott says that’s how homeschooling is being described by the failed public education system, once the envy of the world but now a very expensive joke. The “Right Angle” crew of Ott, Bill Whittle and Stephen Green tackle the issue.

The Bodycam Revolution

After the George Floyd debacle, police bodycams are becoming ubiquitous. And it can’t happen soon enough, because without them there is no doubt that some new outrage would have been concocted during the last three and a half years.

The “Right Angle” crew of Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green tackle the issue.

A Livestreamed Nightmare!

The bipeds that make up Hamas are not just inhumanly brutal when gunning down women and children in their nursery, they also have shown a talent for extraordinary emotional and psychological torture and cruelty, as well.

The “Right Angle Crew” of Scott Ott, Bill Whittle and Stephen Green discuss Hamas’ disgusting livestreamed torture of American hostages live on Facebook for their families to see. Here’s more.

A Democrat Praises Trump!

Former Democrat and Facebook executive, and venture capitalist billionaire, Chamath Palihapitiya, said it’s time for the left to stop hating the messenger so intently that they refuse to hear the message.

Appearing on a recent All-In podcast, Palihapitiya said the time has come to re-evaluate President Trump’s policies on the southern border and Middle East. Will this get through? Hard to say, but things seem to be crawling in that direction. The “Right Angle” crew of Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott discuss the about-face.


Things To Come

Bill Whittle goes solo on “Right Angle” to figure out where the next generational crisis will come from.

Whittle, sources The Fourth Turning, a book authored by William Strauss and Neil Howe, in which they describe a well-documented, cyclical pattern to human history called the Seculum. He says the theory states that every 80 years society is faced with a major, utterly transformational, existential crisis. He lays out details in the following presentation.

Impeachment In Texas

Just in case you haven’t had your fill of impeachment trials, following the two debacles the Democrats attempted to pull off on President Trump, another one has surfaced in Texas aimed at Attorney General Ken Paxton.

This week’s installment of the Cavalcade of Impeachments is the debate topic for the “Right Angle” crew of Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott, who bring us the details.

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