Last week, amidst a sleepy news cycle, with the Speaker of the House unwilling to move impeachment forward and campaign trails news few and far between, the Trump administration dropped a bombshell when they admitted they were behind the drone … Continue reading Trump’s Slaying of Soleimani A Very Jacksonian Action
House Democrats think impeachment probing could last longer than anticipated Some Democrats involved in the proceedings had hoped for a conclusion to the inquiry ending in a vote toward impeaching President Trump by Thanksgiving. However, due to further leads offered … Continue reading American Watchmen Newsletter: Prolonged Impeachment, ISIS Videos on TikTok, and California Fires
The American League Championship Series opened Saturday with the New York Yankees going up against the Houston Astros. The game resulted in the utter annihilation of the Astros, the game ending with a score of 7-0. This inaugural game of … Continue reading Yankees Start ALCS Strong; Astros Take Lead
Today’s social media serves as a common platform where heated virtual arguments can run amok. Wherever one stands in the political realm, a comment thread can be seen frequently and leisurely, and such threads may stir up a debate. Recently, … Continue reading Viggo Mortensen Expresses Distaste Over Far-Right Party’s Aragorn Tweet
Recently, the renowned character actor Chris Pratt won the 2018 MTV Generation Award. This great honor carries a significant responsibility with it, and Pratt realizes this. He took this amazing opportunity, grabbed it by the horns, and used it as … Continue reading Chris Pratt Openly Discusses God, Morals, and Virtues at 2018 MTV Generation Award Speech
It’s been 103 years since the torpedoing and sinking of the RMS Lusitania, the pride of the Cunard Line. It was major story back in 1915. The ship was torpedoed and sunk by a German u-boat off the Old Head of … Continue reading The Torpedoing and Sinking of the RMS Lusitania. 103 years later.
Everyone has heard of Stephen Hawking (1942-2018), the world-renowned theoretical physicist, cosmologist, and published author. His birth date, January 8, marked the 300th anniversary of the Christian astronomer Galileo Galilei‘s death. Hawking passed away a few days ago on March … Continue reading What Kind of Man Was Stephen Hawking?
Less than 2 weeks ago, when most of America was celebrating love on Valentine’s Day, a high school in Parkland, Florida was shaken to its core when a madman, identified as Nicholas DeJesus Cruz, armed with an AR-15 Semiautomatic Sporting Rifle, … Continue reading Tragedy in Parkland, Florida: Where Does the Blame Lie?
Because of a recent bill passed by Polish parliament, foreign media from the transatlantic progressive mainstream media are spreading fake news are claiming that Poland is “rewriting the history” regarding the Holocaust. Israeli Knesset also follows them. In reality, their standpoint … Continue reading Nazi Germany Built Death Camps, Poles Were Courageous and Solidary
I relaunched The Whitfield Report Podcast today on a new platform! Be sure to subscribe on iTunes or wherever you receive podcasts for new episodes. Today’s Topics: Art mimics life Did the shooter have any motive other than chaos and … Continue reading Whitfield Report Podcast Relaunch: Bringing Compassion And Humanity To Las Vegas.