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Brett and Nazim are two attorneys who hate being attorneys. Each week, they discuss current Supreme Court cases with the intent to make the law more accessible to the average person, while ruminating on what makes the law both frustrating and interesting. This podcast is not legal advice and is for entertainment purposes only. If anything you hear leads you to believe you need legal advice, please contact an attorney immediately
 
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You asked for it, and you got it, folks. This week's episode covers Shurtleff v. City of Boston, aka the second-most interesting thing that happened in the Supreme Court two weeks ago. There's a lot to disagree with here, from the decision that flags aren't government speech, to Gorsuch's take-down of the Lemon test. Law starts at (02:07).…
 
The bipartisan Affordable Connectivity Program — part of a $14 billion effort to expand broadband access to hard-to-reach areas — glitches as the Biden administration can't get rural people (nor cable companies) to take the money. Can you help President Biden sell free cash to the poor?Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill Whittle annually provide 260 …
 
Politics is downstream from culture because it takes longer to react to politics. You get to make entertainment decisions immediately, but elections happen a year or more apart. But wait... We conservatives have been fighting rear-guard actions for decades, but Bill Whittle says, "We're going to see in November something astonishing."The Left has a…
 
As we mark the 40th anniversary of "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan", two major Trekkies (and another guy) dissect how Hollywood can make great movies again, and why it probably won't. The year 1982 may have been "the best year for movies ever." Join us for a bit of nostalgia that shows the way to a better future for our country and our culture. St…
 
The leak of Associate Justice Samuel Alito's majority opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade reveals the depths of Leftist depravity. It's not just their longtime cheerleading for infanticide, or their almost-unprecedented violation of Supreme Court protocol, but what Leftist activists have done in the days since the leak. At the moment, there's n…
 
An off-the-shelf consumer drone drops a small bomb right through the sunroof of a car carrying Russian troops. Ukrainians find new ways to fend off the invaders. What does this mean for warfare going forward?Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott create Right Angle five times each week thanks to our Members. Starting at just $9.95/month you unlo…
 
A man leaps from the audience and tackles comic Dave Chappelle at The Hollywood Bowl — giving him 'The Will Smith' treatment. Chappelle jokes that his attacker was "a trans man". Zo Rachel and Bill Whittle explore the morality behind this brand of comedy, the on-stage attack, and the conservative perspective on it all. Bill Whittle and Zo Rachel ma…
 
A Puerto Rican who lived in New York for years and then moved back to the U.S. island territory has his Social Security income cancelled, and gets forced to pay back $28,000. The Supreme Court (8-1) agrees with the government, saying if you don't have to pay all the federal taxes, you don't necessarily get all the benefits. But Associate Justice So…
 
On this week's podcast, Brett interviews Gabe Roth from Fix the Court about judicial ethics and recusal reform for the Supreme Court. Gabe discusses the scope of Fix the Court's reform in light of current events, what is like to testify before Congress, and the future of any such reform at the legislative level. Nazim returns from captivity next we…
 
In the week of the leak at the U.S. Supreme Court, Bill Whittle asks Zo Rachel if anything is sacred to the Progressive Left. Do they have even one unshakeable governing moral principle? Bill Whittle and Alfonzo Rachel create two new episodes of The Virtue Signal each week thanks to our Members. When you join, you not only become a producer who dis…
 
Eighteen food processing centers have burned down in the U.S. in recent months, including two fires started by plane crashes. Isolated coincidences? Or could it be something more? The FDA warns of cyber attacks connected with the grain harvest as Russia bombs the breadbasket of Europe in Ukraine. Right Angle comes to you five times weekly — includi…
 
President Biden appoints Nina Jankowicz to head up the new Disinformation Governance Board within the Department of Homeland Security, raising comparisons with George Orwell's "Ministry of Truth" in 1984. Will Congress fund it? Will it focus only on external threats like China and Russia? Is it merely a policy advisory group to serve DHS? Alfonzo R…
 
The leak of Associate Justice Samuel Alito's February 10 draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade and reshape America's legal approach to abortion, shocks the nation. The secret deliberations of the Supreme Court now breached, the men of Right Angle consider the value of that secrecy. Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Zo Rachel made this episode th…
 
The emergency podcast alarm has rarely sounded so definitely, as Brett and Nazim discuss the fall-out from Alito's leaked opinion in Dobbs, including what a draft opinion means for the outcome of the case, what a leak means for the credibility of the Supreme Court, and whether this decision will likely be the majority decision. Law starts from the …
 
The Texas Heartbeat Law went into effect about nine months ago, and a new story from AFP chronicles the tragic inconvenience suffered by pregnant women who now travel to other states to abort their babies. But there's one party missing from this account.Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Zo Rachel work for our Members, who produce 5 new episodes of Right…
 
This week's case discusses Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, in which the Court must determine whether a public school football coach who prays on the field violates the Establishment Clause. This case is ripe with factual issues, legal issues, and sadly very little discussion about actual football. Law starts at (02:35).…
 
David Hogg, the Progressive 2nd Amendment opponent, tries to start a company and discovers the regulatory barriers to entry. Can conservatives find fellowship with this anti-gun crusader, who's just been slapped by big government? Special thanks to Zo Rachel for stepping up in Bill Whittle's absence this week. Our Members support this program, and …
 
The Daily Mail highlights "Joe's Missing Millions" -- $5.2 million in mystery income to President Biden, including some he used to pay Chinese legal bills for son Hunter.That's one of the bottom stories on the latest episode of Steve Green's Lightning Round. Other topics include...-- Silkie Carlo at Big Brother Watch says Google wants to prompt you…
 
Can conservatives discuss important issues without our own form of virtue signaling — denigrating those who disagree with us on almost anything? If we take pride in being more conservative than others (aka holier than thou), how can we build a movement that brings people along on the spectrum of "right" thinking?Bill Whittle and Alfonzo Rachel brin…
 
Elon Musk's sudden bid to buy Twitter and to take the public company private suddenly succeeds. Can the Tesla/SpaceX founder's $44 billion investment restore free speech to the land of hate-speech moderation, Twitter jail, and algorithmic monitoring?Stephen Green, Scott Ott, and Alfonzo Rachel (sitting in for Bill Whittle) created this thanks to ou…
 
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs a bill to remove Disney's power to govern itself, exposing the Magic Kingdom to more rules and taxes. The backlash comes after leaked remarks about how aggressively Disney pushes the so-called queer agenda on children.Bill Whittle and Alfonzo Rachel create two new episodes of The Virtue Signal each week fueled and fu…
 
When a teacher fails to engage students during online Zoom classes, new artificial intelligence (A.I.) software scans the child's face to determine if he's bored, distracted, confused, or just fails to understand the material. What could possibly go wrong?Stephen Green, Scott Ott, and Bill Whittle, create 260 new episodes of Right Angle each year t…
 
This week's episode covers the age-old battle of LAWS v. CONSTITUTION. The first case is U.S. v. Vaello-Madero, in which the Supreme Court held that denying Puerto Rican residents SSI benefits did not violate Equal Protection. The second case is City of Austin v. Reagan National Advertising of Austin, in which the Supreme Court tied the First Amend…
 
The best fighter jet in the world (F-35), paired anew with eight older, small, assault carriers packs a potent punch to project American naval and air power wherever and whenever it's needed. Behold a picture of American greatness in one badass power platform. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott create 2,600 new episodes of Right Angle each d…
 
College professor claims his religious convictions and philosophical beliefs prevent him from using the wrong pronouns for a biological male, regardless of the transgender student's wishes. Professor Nick Meriweather walks away from years of legal warfare against his employer with $400,000 in his pocket, his personnel record cleared, and freedom to…
 
How could the Russian flagship Moskva sink after a couple of hits from Ukrainian Neptune missiles? As Putin's pride sits on the bottom of the Black Sea, the men of Right Angle weigh the price of the massive loss of hardware and morale. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green, and Scott Ott create 260 new episodes of Right Angle each year thanks to our Members.…
 
McKinsey consultants projected 2 million people would subscribe to CNN+ at $6/month, but only about 10,000 have signed up for a free trial so far. How could such smart business minds be so massively wrong? Can you hear James Earl Jones intone "THIS is CNN Minus"?Stephen Green, Scott Ott and Bill Whittle create 2,600 episodes of Right Angle each dec…
 
As Chinese citizens, locked down and hungry, wail in despair from their balconies, Zo Rachel and Bill Whittle analyze the worst aspect of COVID isolation and mask mandates. Bill Whittle and Zo Rachel examine news of the day in the context of enduring principles twice weekly. They're funded by our Members. Join us now at https://BillWhittle.com…
 
Politico says Democrats may lose control of House and Senate this November because Americans are angry with inflation, shortages, war, and President Biden's blunders. What should Republicans do to seize the moment?Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill Whittle create one of the longest-running news panel discussions on the internet thanks to our Members…
 
The sound of human despair echoes among the concrete canyons of Shanghai as hungry people wail from balconies during the new COVID-19 lockdown. Can Xi Jinping's government — or Communism itself — endure this dystopian nightmare?Bill Whittle, Stephen Green, and Scott Ott produce f new Right Angle episodes each week thanks to our Members. When you be…
 
What is 'The Great Reset'? It's not just socialism. It's not a revolution. To understand it — and to resist it — we must start with the technocracy...the ones trying to "hack" our humanity.Bill Whittle, a former Hollywood editor, and go-to source for compelling historical narrative and political insight, serves a devoted corps of patriots at https:…
 
When she ran for Georgia governor, she had a net worth of about $109,000. Now, Stacey Abrams, mulling a second run, has a net worth north of $3.5 million, and annual income beyond that as well. Should politicians — or wannabe politicians like Abrams — become public service millionaires?Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill Whittle create 260 new episod…
 
This week's episode starts with a discussion on Justice Jackson's appointment to the Supreme Court (starts from the beginning), and moves to a discussion about Shurtleff v. City of Boston (17:26), which asks whether a government policy which allows citizen's flags can exclude a religious flag under the First Amendment.…
 
There are times when life — the chaos, pain and bad news around us — just becomes overwhelming. How can you cultivate a belief that things are going to turn out well...or at least, okay?Bill Whittle and Alfonzo Rachel create two new episodes of The Virtue Signal each week thanks to our Members, who fund it, and run their own content platform at htt…
 
Gotcha journalism at its finest, as Steve Green ambushes Bill Whittle and Scott Ott with the hottest and weirdest news stories of the week. See the full archive Right Angle at https://billwhittle.com/category/shows/ra/Lightning Round LIV topics include...> Los Angeles to spend $3 billion to house homeless — about $51,000 on each person, which is ro…
 
Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green create five new episodes of Right Angle each week, thanks to funding provided by our Members. Not only do they make it possible for thousands to watch for free, but they create their own content at our exclusive Member blog and forums. Become a Member producer now by clicking the big green button at https:/…
 
If you're not a vegetarian, you're part of the problem. You're a racist, misogynistic homophobe who needs to move beyond meat. Vegan virtue signaling...it's what's for dinner.Alfonzo Rachel and Bill Whittle create two new episodes of The Virtue Signal each to bring enduring principles and values to bear on the politics and culture of the day. Our M…
 
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