Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) has energized the 2012 race for the White House since Mitt Romney tapped him as his pick for vice president. Bill Whittle wants to know why Ryan is the only public servant in America to propose a serious plan to save the nation from certain fiscal ruin. He is also, win or lose, the best man on the ticket this year. Hear why.
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In the wake of continued bad economic news and the SCOTUS obamacare ruling, some perspective, by recounting the state of our union on Fourth of Julys past.
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Andy Card, former Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush, reflects on 9/11 with PJTV’s Bill Whittle. Mr. Card was with President Bush on the morning the World Trade Center was attacked. He discusses what happened after he told President Bush about the attack.
Are modern policies of appeasement encouraging Islamic extremists? Will we pay the price for Obama's cowardice? Find out as Bill Whittle gets fired up on this edition of Afterburner. (Special to PJM readers: Submit your questions to Bill here for a follow-up interview on PJTV!)
Investigators arrested would-be NYC car bomber, Faisal Shahzad, on a plane bound for Dubai. Did the system work? Or, are we very lucky? At PJTV, Bill Whittle talks with fellow PajamasXpress blogger Michael Ledeen to find out what lessons we can learn from this terror attempt.
Yes, it's true: the founders of the tea party movement were far-right libertarians and conservatives, as these shocking quotes prove. (Watch Bill Whittle at PJTV: The Blood of Patriots & Tyrants: The Tea Party's Founders.)
"Any law enacted can be repealed. From now on we must change our message from one of limiting government growth and spending and regulation to one of reducing it." (For another take on this, see Obamamandias.)
The grassroots, “never-done-this-before” sense of excitement and empowerment is the first thing that really hits you at tea party events. (See also PJTV: "Grand Old (Tea) Party: The People Are Furious and the Party Must Understand Why.")
One would hope that the Copenhagen fiasco was embarrassing enough to teach the president that his role is to lead, not to cheerlead.
They did it for you. Now do it for them. (Watch PJTV for live coverage of today's tea parties.)
Corporate tone-deafness is, sadly, nothing new. (From Bill Whittle's Eject, Eject, Eject — the latest blog to join the PajamasXpress family)