A group of Honduran migrants told the U.S. consulate in Tijuana, they would end their march to the U.S. border and go home if paid $50,000 each. Bill Whittle thinks this undercuts the entire premise of their claims as refugees.
If the country is in danger, the U.S. president has authority to defend her using the U.S. military. Is that the situation on the souther border now? Can President Trump essentially bypass Democrats in Congress in defense of the nation?
Muslims in Indonesia can use a smartphone app to report insults to the Prophet Mohammed and Islam. Does the U.S. Constitution protect the individual’s right to use an app like that? Bill Whittle Now considers the impact of 21st century technology to enforce 7th century law.
We hired him as the business-leader president, but the continual staff changes at the White House — now his Chief of Staff John Kelly departs — indicate Donald Trump struggles to manage, and won’t let anyone manage him. Bill Whittle Now wrestles with how so much good can come out of so much chaos.
Former 59-year veteran Congressman John Dingell offers his suggestions to restore trust in government to the level it was when he first mounted Capitol Hill in the 1950s. Scott Ott leads Stephen Green and Bill Whittle to consider his recipe for fixing the nation on this Members-only episode of ‘Right Angle’.