Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

Archive for the tag “Bill Whittle”

Tri Crew Takes On Lyin’ Brian

Sources tell us that Brian Williams was actually Lord of the Rings’ Frodo, crossed the Delaware with General George Washington and stood alongside President Lincoln at Gettysburg. We jest, of course, but these are some of the entertaining parodies splashing the Internet. PJTV’s crew of Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green take on the Williams embellisment scandal with some juicy debate in this edition of “Trifecta.”

Science versus Religion

A viewer of the popular video blog Klavan & Whittle recently submitted a question asking, “Why are science and religion viewed as matter and anti-matter? Are not both sustained by faith and belief?” Andrew Klavan argues that faith has never been at war with religion and says that religious people like Isaac Newton were also great science minds. In this stirring edition of PJTV, Klavan and his cohort Bill Whittle take on the friction between science and religion.

Are Liberals Seeing the Light

Are liberals–especially the mainstream progressive media–actually now admitting that Islamic terrorists exist? It seems the Los Angeles Times and the Christian Science Monitor admitted as much when reporting on two different ISIS terror attacks in Mosul, Iraq. Join PJTV’s “Trifecta” crew of Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott as they debate the question.

An Embarrassing Milestone

It’s sadly true. For the first time since the administration of President Ulysses S. Grant in the 1870s, the United States has lost its throne as the largest economic power in the world–at least when measured by the Purchasing Power Parity metric. Political commentator Bill Whittle says it’s not a crying shame, it’s a crime! “The reason that China has surpassed the U.S. economically is pretty simple, really,” Whittle says. “The Socialist Chinese leadership has kept the essence of dictatorial socialism, while allowing the Chinese people to embrace a capitalist ethic of hard work and reward for effort.” Tune in as Whittle lowers the boom on American progressives in this edition of “Firewall” on Truth Revolt Originals.

One Conservative View

PJTV contributor Bill Whittle is among the most conservative political commentators and pundits. And he holds his principles true to his heart. In this edition of “Afterburner,” Whittle lays out his Top 5 conservative principles in descending order, which include: 5. Individuality; 4. Guns; 3. Equality of Opportunity; 2. Wealth Creation; and, drum roll please, 1. Freedom/Responsibility.

Christianity And Freedom

A PJTV member recently submitted a question to the network asking, “Is Christianity uniquely qualified among all religions as the best basis for freedom and prosperity? Hosts Bill Whittle and Andrew Klavan tackle this sensitive question with some enlightening conclusions.

When the Lights Go Out

From washing machines to power saws to our fancy TVs, there’s no doubt today’s America takes its electrical grid for granted. “But what if it was just suddenly lights out,” asks Bill Whittle. “I’m talking about losing the electrical gird, and there’s any number of ways that could happen.” Whittle discusses the scenarios and the dire consequences in this edition of “Afterburner” on PJTV.

Liberalism Or Infantilism?

Political commentator Bill Whittle says people who call themselves liberals have bumper-sticker philosophies that are liberal. “They’re not even leftists,” he says. “They’re infantile.” Whittle dissects one of these undeservedly self-righteous positions and compares the modern liberal to the real deal in this edition of “Firewall” on Truth Revolt.

All Spaced Out?

A recent flurry of rocket disasters has once again cast a pall on our space program. Once the pride of NASA, our space exploits now consist of wide-eyed billionaires investing in old Russian rockets to spur private programs. Steve Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott offer some unusual observations on the future of our space program in this edition of “Trifecta” on PJTV.

The Struggle For Stupidity

Bill Whittle recently stumbled upon a 100-year-old sixth grade textbook titled, Literature Reader: Sixth Year, by Leroy E. Armstrong, a compilation of written tales and their analyses, basic literature and story structure. But amazingly, Whittle says, a passage from the California textbook would probably elude most college students today. “That’s what sixth graders were reading 100 years ago in 1914, but if a college student graduated today with a full and complete of that one single paragraph, they’d probably be better educated than they are today after a quarter-million dollars or so of student debt.” Whittle elaborates on what he calls the progressive struggle for stupidity in this edition of “Firewall” on Truth Revolt.

Post Navigation

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 316 other followers