Bill Whittle

U.S.-led military coalition, with help from Iraqi Counter-Terrorism forces, carpet bombs what may be the last major concentration of ISIS fighters -- the previously-dominant "Islamic State," reduced to a desperate remnant, hiding on an island in the middle of a river. In seconds the ISIS refuge became an island of fire. Does Commander in Chief Trump's destruction of this once-fearsome force shatter the Obama theory that if we attack ISIS we'll just boost their recruiting efforts?

Video of the Coalition bombing of Qanus Island in Salah Ad Din Province, Iraq:

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New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and other Democrat leaders nationwide announce that students can skip classes Friday (9/20/201) to join the global climate strike aimed at protesting man-made climate breakdown. Is this just a craven political move, at the expense of taxpayers and of student learning, or a great way to give young people an active role in the crucial work to save the planet?

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The New York Times runs an uncorroborated, single-source, decades-old, piece of gossip about now-Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh at a college party. The woman in question won't talk, and her friends say she has no recollection of the alleged incident. After the "grey lady" once again shows her seamy side, should the "paper of record" be sold at the supermarket checkout next to the National Enquirer?

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Comedian Shane Gillis gets hired by Saturday Night Live for its 45th season, then fired within days, when podcast audio reveals him using racial and 'homophobic' slurs. Since recording this video, suggests that SNL hired Gillis because he's conservative to make up for its striking lack of non-Liberal performers. Long-running producer Lorne Michaels apologizes saying Gillis was not subjected to their normal exhaustive vetting process. Gillis issues a "sort of" apology on Twitter in the wake of his Saturday night massacre. Is comedy dead?

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Democrat Presidential candidate Rep. Beto O'Rourke drew a huge cheer at the last debate when he said, "Hell yes, we're going to take your AR-15, your AK-47..." Let's imagine that the Texas lawmaker miraculously gets to the White House and attempts to keep that promise. Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green game it out. Will gun owners compliantly turnover their weapons, or will Beto finally learn the meaning of his home state credo: "Come and Take It"? (Hat tip to a Spartan King Leonidas I, who at the Battle of Thermopylae allegedly said, " μολὼν λαβέ," which is ancient Greek for, "Hell No, Beto.).

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The District Attorney in Manhattan, Cyrus Vance, Jr., subpoenas eight years of Trump federal and state tax returns as part of a criminal probe into hush money payments allegedly made to Stephanie Clifford, AKA porn actor Stormy Daniels. Will the New York D.A. succeed where Congressional Democrats have failed? If the investigation concerns a 2016 election cycle payoff, why subpoena records dating back to 2011? And when will President Trump keep his campaign promise to voluntarily release his tax returns?

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Saudi Arabian Aramco oil facilities hit by drones and missiles -- allegedly from Iran -- leaving U.S. President Donald Trump with no good foreign policy choices. If Saudi Arabia strikes back, it will do so with U.S. weaponry, but should it be with U.S. cooperation, support or troops?

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Aleksandr Solzhentisyn, who saw the starvation and brutality of The Gulag Archipelago, said "prosperity breeds idiots." That helps to explain the existence of AOC, Bernie Sanders and other so-called social-democrats and Progressives. It doesn't explain why Ocasio-Cortez and countless others like her have learned nothing from the slaughter of millions that came as a direct result of their beloved ideology.

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The Washington Post says Democrat presidential candidates have deep policy divisions, but do policies even matter in a battle with incumbent Republican President Donald Trump, the post-policy president? He's a force of nature, but Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Andrew Yang, Beto O'Rourke, and the rest of the gang, debate by magnifying policy preferences that distinguish them from each other. And which policies should Republicans campaign on to ensure the president enjoys majorities in the House and Senate come 2021?

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The trailer for 'Knives Out' made it sound like a fun caper. Turns out it's a scathing indictment of American greed in the Trump era that takes direct aim at the MAGA crowd. The director, Rian Johnson, is the same guy who killed Luke Skywalker and turned Star Wars into a tribute to social justice warriors.

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Behavioral scientist Magnus Söderlund, appearing on Swedish state TV, says to combat climate and deal with the looming food scarcity we need to overcome the "conservative taboo" against eating human flesh. Even if you're reluctant to taste your neighbor, he says you could become accustomed to cannibalism little by little. Söderlund claims that only selfishness makes us reluctant to eat one another, but as an expert in behaviors he believes people can be "tricked" into "making the right decisions." Is this "Get woke, eat folk" sensibility just the latest example of climate change scare tactics aimed at forcing government action?

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President Trump's punitive tariffs on China lead to $30 billion in new farm bailouts, with no end in sight for these growing subsidies. Will Congress expand funding when the agriculture subsidies hit the legal ceiling this fall? What's the end game for the president's trade negotiations? Is it better to have American farmers dependent upon China or upon U.S. taxpayers? Has massive borrowing made the U.S. the richest/poorest country in the world?

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Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch, an appointee of President Trump's, makes two simple, but extraordinary statements in a new interview. His thoughtful insight into American exceptionalism and partisan divisions bring much-needed perspective to the raging public debate on both of those subjects.

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President Trump publicly dumps 'secret' Camp David talks with the Taliban and the Afghan government aimed at a peace deal. He said the deal is dead. Are U.S. troops stuck forever in Afghanistan? Is that the price we pay to avoid another 9/11-style terror attack? Have we achieved our objectives? Where does the Commander in Chief go from here when he has declared he wants to pull out of the long-running U.S. "police" action.

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President Trump "quits" John Bolton, his third National Security Adviser, over "strong disagreements". Why does the President hire people who disagree with him and then fire them because they don't agree with him? John Bolton's ideology and reputation preceded him like a brass band, but a president who wants to extract us from foreign military engagements hired a well-known "hawk". Is treating the White House like an episode of The Apprentice a valid leadership strategy? Candidate Trump touted himself as an expert leader who surrounds himself with great people. Why can't President Trump build a compatible and loyal team?

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Democrat Congressman James Clyburn, SC, says he doubts the Bill of Rights would pass in 2019, because he meets many people who want to uproot it. Are our Constitutional guarantees in such jeopardy that "we the people" might tear them up? Would the first ten Amendments to the Constitution survive a clean up or down vote at the 2020 Democratic National Convention?

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Stanley B. Greenberg, pollster and political consultant to both Bill and Hillary Clinton, says demographic forces will kill the Republican Party in the 2020 election. His new book -- R.I.P. G.O.P. -- declares the party D.O.A., as the Democratic Party brings a message of hope for the "New America." Does President Trump dismiss Greenberg's claims only at his own peril?

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Professor Rachel McKinnon -- born as a man, competing in cycling as a woman -- says it's okay celebrate the death of David Koch, and other 'trash humans', including a woman who has brain cancer. Is scholar-athlete McKinnon the vanguard of the death march of Progressivism?

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A prize-winning study of political psychology highlights people who have a need for chaos that drives them to spread misinformation (fake news) to create havoc for the political elites. Thomas B. Edsall in The New York Times says there's a correlation between the need for chaos, and Trump supporters, as well as Bernie Sanders supporters...but not Hillary Clinton backers.

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A Colorado teen gets suspended from school and investigated for posting a pic of his gun on social media, and expressing his joy about a trip to the range with Mom. Is there anyway to escape from the media's gun panic? Do we have two Americas -- one where impressive firearms are admired, and the other where every trigger triggers hysteria?

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Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam agrees to withdraw the extradition bill that drove massive crowds to the streets for the past three months, but the protesters almost immediately say she concedes too little, too late. They have four more demands and a commitment to hang in there until they get them. The chant in the streets and message on the Telegram app from Hong Kongers is "Five Demands, Not One Less." In the midst of high-stakes trade negotiations with mainland China, what, if anything, should President Trump say about this popular movement that inspires students to drown out the Chinese anthem with "Do You Hear the People Sing?" from Les Miserables?

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President Trump Tweet-Trolls the Iranian regime using a satellite photo of a "catastrophic accident" involving its Safir SLV missile at Semnan Launch Site One. The American Left goes ballistic, accusing Trump of leaking the classified image.

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Despite President Trump's punitive tariffs on Chinese imports to the U.S., American businesses seem bullish on China, with profits up, and few interested in moving manufacturing out of the People's Republic. They say they'll stay even though they think China cheats them and favors their competitors. But Bill Whittle sees trouble down the road for China's long-running economic surge, as its middle class swells, wages rise, and the Communist government's oppression of Hong Kong makes it a stench in the nostrils of the Western world. How long can China keep one foot in free markets and one in centralized control?

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