Will largely takes the day off from hard analysis to reminisce with an old producer about shows past. Much laughter ensues.
Will highlights parts of Tim Scott’s response to Biden last night, and discusses how his optimism, real-world experiences, and policy proposals threaten Democrats,
Will reads and comments on a great column that catalogs instances of police shootings over the last month. He also talks about Biden’s
Will talks about a 73-year old woman who was arrested by the police for shoplifting–last year. Why is her attorney just now releasing
Will examines the polls on Biden’s first 100 days, issue by issue, and concludes that his positive overall approval raring will be short-lived.
Will discusses the success of fracking in reducing America’s CO2 emissions. In short, we already cleaning the planet; we don’t need a government
So just how many people are shot and killed each year by police? The Washington Post has been compiling a database on the
Will analyzes the reaction from politicians and Black Lives Matter to the Derek Chauvin verdict. He also goes in depth into the George
Will catalogs the alarmingly high number of hate crime hoaxes that have occurred in the last decade, particularly since the 2016 election.
Will catalogs Project Veritas’ takedown of the once genuine news outlet, and he does it with humor.