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Bill Whittle takes a look at Obama’s record as President

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

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Quote of the day

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

“Whenever two parties make a free will trade; Spices for wool or grain for fire wood or even three dollars and fifty cents for a happy meal, both sides benefit. Because the customer would rather have the hamburger and McDonalds would rather have the three fifty. You’re welcome to disagree with me of course, you can email me a comment on why you hate businesses and corporations using your Apple computer while you sit at Starbucks and send messages down AT&T phone lines to Youtube servers running Hitachi hard drives all of which is powered by something like Consolidated Edison most likely generating electricity by burning oil provided by Exxon Mobile. Now if you want to hand deliver a message scratched on a tree bark using a sharp stick while wearing a grass skirt I will be much much more impressed with your moral outrage.”

— Bill Whittle

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Quote of the Day

Saturday, February 26th, 2011

Bill Whittle nails it shut with this observation:

“After the second amendment goes, the first will soon follow. Because if some social engineering genius determines that real people can’t be trusted with dangerous guns, then it’s just a matter of time until they decide they can’t be trusted with dangerous ideas either.”

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Quote of the Day

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

“The reason the first three Star Wars movies were so terrific, and the second three sucked so bad, is actually very simple. The first three were about rebels, shooting guns and driving fast, and speaking with American accents. The second three were about politicians, discussing treaties and holding court, and speaking with British accents.”


You can also watch Mr. Whittle deliver the entire speech at PJTV.

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The Left’s Deceptive Narrative

Tuesday, August 25th, 2009

Bill Whittle of PJTV shows the history of the modern left’s conscious decision to avoid the facts and the truth in order to get their message across.  It goes back to the early 2oth century, with its roots firmly planted in writings of Karl Marx.  Marx, who never had a real job in his life, predicted what the “workers of the world” would do, and not surprisingly, got it completely wrong.

So the Marxists stopped calling themselves Marxists, at least in public, and came up with a way to attack their philosophical enemies.  This method, called “Critical Theory”,  allows the Marxists to attack their foes on very narrow grounds, while avoiding any historical evidence to the contrary and not providing any solutions of their own.

The Marxists, going under the code name “the Frankfurt School” have been very successful in pushing their false narrative in popular culture.  As Mr. Whittle points out, the so-called “journalists” at MSNBC spout it without even knowning it.

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