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.
Bill Whittle says it’s happened more times that you can count. Hurricane Hilary, the first hurricane-level storm to strike the West Coast in 84 years, turned into about 24 hours of mild Florida rain.
And Whittle emphasizes that every single drop of desperately-needed, expensive and scarce fresh water flowed right through Los Angeles culverts–as it always does–and straight out into the Pacific Ocean, as it always does. Whittle is joined by colleagues Stephen Green and Scott Ott to discuss how Hilary got wasted in this episode of “Right Angle.”
Bill Whittle says the Old Frontier was an era wrought with violence everywhere, and you had to be strong and vigilant to defend yourself. He says things haven’t changed much today, and if you want the violence and independence, and the ability to take care of yourself, fly Spirit or Frontier.
He says flakes on a plane, with their fistfights and absolute chaos, is approaching epidemic proportions. And the only reason he points out Spirit and Frontier is because they’re low-cost carriers, but other airlines aren’t immune to the mayhem. In this episode of “Right Angle,” Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott share their thoughts on the dilemma.
Bill Whittle digs into the archives and discovers an astonishing video from his “Afterburner” podcast, revealing the true story behind the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Many Americans held the view that the bombings were criminal acts because Japan was given no warming, the attack had no military value and the Japanese did not resist, and were in the process of surrendering.
Whittle said none of these positions stood up to the facts, including the warning issue, which is totally false. Whittle set the record straight when he dissected the historical and moral perspectives. The video was originally recorded in 2009.
Stephen Green cracks out the statistics on the financial cost to the top five blue states as more people make a wild dash for the freedom and sanity of the red ones. And Bill Whittle points out that there’s more than just money at stake in this migration from the madness. Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott debate the issue in this episode of “Right Angle.”
In this episode of “The Right Angle,” Bill Whittle reveals the hypocrisy of the Left and the effort they go through to promote the climate change hoax.
Whittle explains how a Spanish government official rode her bike all the way to a climate change summit to show how serious a problem we face. The problem is, she allegedly flew a private jet to her destination, took two limousines to the event, hopped out a few blocks away, then flanked front and back by carbon-spewing death machines, pedaled her way to infamy.
If this climate crisis is as serious as people like this insist it is, then why don’t they ever seem to take things seriously? Here’s more with Whittle and his colleagues, Scott Ott and Stephen Green.
When it comes to the 2024 Presidential election, Stephen Green is certain about two things: First, that Joe Biden will be the Democrat Party nominee and, secondly, that he will not be the nominee!
It makes perfect sense when you think about it. Green takes this conundrum to his colleagues, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott, for more debate in this episode of “The Right Angle.”
It’s not uncommon for morally decent people to refer to overtly evil phenomena as Satanic, and sometimes that can be a bit overblown.
But Alfonzo Rachel wants to know what else can you call music, media and politics that openly call for the worship of Satan himself? And, what can we do about it? Rachel is joined by Bill Whittle to discuss the issue on The Virtue Signal.
The “Right Angle” crew dissect the plight of an old church building in Manhattan, where the congregation can no longer afford its upkeep, so they agreed to sell it for $30 million, which thy planned to use for feeding the homeless and other worthy charitable aims.
Enter Hollyweird! Actor Mark Ruffalo, comedian Amy Schumer and other rich and powerful celebrities, who once rehearsed in the building, blocked the sale of the property. These multimillionaires could have simply bought the property, but instead went to court and started a crowdfunding campaign so that other people could pay for their cherished space.
Meanwhile, the court deprived the owners of the right to sell and the homeless in New York City go hungrier. Here’s more from Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott.
With the reading of seven charges and 37 counts in a federal court, some of which effectively carry life sentences, Donald J. Trump enters uncharted territory.
The “Right Angle” crew of Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green discuss how candidate Trump can run for the Presidency while under the cloud of historic legal scrutiny.