CNN Poll: Trump Loses 2020 Election to (Almost) Every Leading Democrat

Published on May 6, 2019


A CNN poll of 1007 registered voters shows that incumbent President Donald Trump loses a theoretical head-to-head race to nearly every leading Democrat presidential hopeful for the 2020 election…one by a HUGE margin. Can Republicans safely ignore polls like this, or does it tell us something about the electorate that Trump can ignore only at his own peril. Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott brings sharp, principled analysis to breaking news five days per week. It’s produced by a growing band of Members who enjoy 44 such shows each month, a deep archive of conservative classics, an exclusive Member-written blog and more. Join us today and support spreading these messages around the world at

San Fran Ban: Cops Can’t Use Facial Recognition

Published on May 16, 2019

San Francisco became the first U.S. city to ban use of facial recognition by police and other city departments. Will this make it more difficult to catch bad guys who use the cloak of anonymity to blend in? Are we less safe because the police must work with outdated technology? Or did the San Francisco Board of Supervisors finally do something with which red-blooded conservatives and libertarians can agree? Monitoring the news and culture and recognizing the impact of conservative principles, Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott, comes five times per week thanks to the Members who fund it. If you enjoy this video, and would love a place where people speak their minds freely in an atmosphere of reason, civility and mutual encouragement, maybe you should be one of us. Become a Member now at

Apple Airpods Tragedy: Icons of Capitalism’s Toxic Impact

Published on May 15, 2019

SUBSCRIBED 128K writer Caroline Haskins expels a lengthy screed damning Apple’s Airpods as a tragedy — “the future fossils of capitalism.” Stephen Green, Bill Whittle, and Scott Ott, school this Leftist Luddite in the miracle of free markets. Right Angle’s hosts have produced five shows per week for a decade thanks to the Members who pay for their production, who enjoy a deep archive of conservative classics, and a vibrant Member-written blog. Join your people today at You can even listen to the shows through your Apple Airpods.

IPSOS Poll: Sleepy 32%, Crazy 14%, Spank Me 7%, How 7%…

Reuters/Ipsos national polling shows there are only four or five viable Democrat candidates in the race.  Biden and Bernie lead, and everyone else is way far behind.

With this level of inability to gain traction, if there isn’t another walk-on ‘chosen’ candidate, the 2020 primary is going to be a complete mess. [Poll pdf here]

(Via Reuters) […] The poll released on Wednesday found 29% of Democrats and independents said they would vote for Biden in the state nominating contests that begin next year. That is up from 24% who said so in a poll that ran in late April, days before Biden announced his bid.

[…] Biden, 76, remains in the strongest position for the top of the ticket despite questions about his age and centrist positions. He also has faced criticism over his unwanted touching of women and his treatment of law professor Anita Hill three decades ago during Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ confirmation hearing.

The monthly survey showed 29% of women who identify as Democrats and independents said they backed Biden, up 4 points from last month.

And among registered Democrats, those who supported other candidates still listed Biden as a top alternative if their choice dropped out of the race, according to the poll.

“That means that there is not a significant anti-Biden block of voters split between the other candidates,” said Chris Jackson, a polling expert at Ipsos.  (read more)

Today is the first time I’ve dug into polling data… and things are seriously goofy on the DNC club side of the 2020 election.  What’s really surprising is the lack of support for anyone other than Bernie or Biden.

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Statistically, barring some unpredictable event, however the polling data aligns on July 1st, 2019 through August 1st, 2019, will be the exact same line-up outcome when the first 2020 primary is held seven months later.  It won’t change much (if at all) between August 1st 2019, and the 2020 Iowa caucus.

The DNC has a LOW-ENERGY problem, and a lack of authenticity problem, and they know it.   It’s a hot mess.

CNN Crisis: With Ratings Plunge and Staff Purge, Can it Survive?

Published on May 14, 2019


As Nielsen chronicles the CNN ratings plunge, and headlines document the CNN staff purge, what options are left for the pioneer in 24-hour cable news? Will it survive by a resort to actual journalism, or will it continue to follow the mad-dog methods of MSNBC. Are we witnessing the final days of the Cable News Network? Right Angle is a production of the Members at, who fund it with their contributions, and enjoy a deep archive of conservative classics as well as a vibrant community of civil discourse, reasoned thought and lots of laughter. Come join your people at


Jesus the Never-Trumper: Mayor Pete Declares God’s Political Preference

Published on May 10, 2019

Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a leading Democratic candidate for president and professing Christian, usually declares: “God has no political party.” Yet recently he told NBC News that God’s political preference would NOT be the Republican Party in the Trump era. He also had harsh innuendo about Vice President Mike Pence’s Christian faith. What does this say about Mayor Pete’s character, his theology and his prospects as a 2020 presidential candidate? The breaking news of the day fills the air with frantic babble, but people of principle remain calm, stand firm. If you’re one of those, may be you should be one of us — the Members at who make this show. It’s a growing movement of conservatives and other liberty lovers who seek to make a difference by engaging the lies of the Progressive Left in ways that win people to the cause of pursuing happiness. When you become a Member, you’ll enjoy 44 news shows each month, a deep archive of classic conservative content, and a private Members-only blog you can read…and write! Renew the commitment to your convictions today at

Jason Riley On “False Black Power?”

Published on Mar 18, 2019

Recorded on February 21, 2019. What is “false black power?” According to Jason Riley, author of False Black Power?, it is political clout, whereas true black power is human capital and culture. Riley and Peter Robinson dive into the arguments in Riley’s new book, the history of African Americans in the United States, and welfare inequality in black communities. Riley discusses the Moynihan report of 1965, which documented the rise of black families headed by single women in inner cities and how this report was something black sociologists had already been writing about for several years. He argues that there was clearly a breakdown of the nuclear family and that this is a result of the “Great Society” welfare programs of the 1960s rather than the legacy of slavery or Jim Crow laws. In the 1960s, Riley posits that the black activist community’s shift towards political engagement was misguided. He argues that the idea of black political clout leading to black economic advancement was misplaced. Other impoverished communities (i.e. Irish, Jewish, and Italian immigrant communities) at various times in American history focused on economic advancement first before trying to achieve political clout, and they were successful. Instead, the black community focused first on electing black politicians, which ended up doing very little for the economic advancement of the community as politicians typically put their own interests first, above their communities’. Riley points out that the economic data shows that black communities became more impoverished under black leadership. Riley proposes a solution of advocating for more school-choice vouchers, which allow black parents to take better control of their children’s futures and place them in the best schools for them. He also argues for reducing social safety nets, making them a more temporary form of welfare rather than the multigenerational welfare system currently in place. Other resources… Please Stop Helping Us, by Jason Riley… – Discrimination and Disparities, with Thomas Sowell… Stanford Hoover Institution economist targets socialism, fears ‘we may not make it’… – Sowell: Politicians using race as their ticket to whatever racket they’re running Interested in exclusive Uncommon Knowledge content? Check out Uncommon Knowledge on social media! Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:…



Jordan Peterson | Full interview with NZ Herald journalist Simon Wilson

Published on Feb 22, 2019

Controversial Canadian psychologist and author Jordan Peterson sits down with Simon Wilson. Full story:


Dr. Jordan Peterson – One Last Question

Published on Apr 8, 2019

Senior Vice President, David Nasser, and Dr. Jordan B. Peterson sat down for a discussion after Dr. Peterson spoke at Liberty University’s Convocation on March 29, 2019, in Lynchburg, Va.