This week, we look at claims that billionaire sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was “suicided”, or killed, in other words, in a way to make his death appear to be a suicide. Continue reading 08.11.19. Suicided
This week we look at the tragic shootings in El Paso, Ohio, and California, along with analysis and reports that began to emerge online in their aftermath. Continue reading 08.04.19. Shooting in The Sun City
This week we analyze the “historic testimony” given by Robert Mueller before Congress… which despite the continued partisan debate, turned out to be anti-climactic at best. Continue reading 07.25.19. Can You Repeat the Question?
This week we examine information about the ongoing Jeffery Epstein scandal, which includes disturbing allegations about the Carribean island he owned, and his possible ties to intelligence agencies. Continue reading 07.11.19. Epstein’s Isle of Scandal and Conspiracy
This week on Middle Theory, we look at the recent Democratic Debates, and the distractions in America that are taking away from more substantive discussion and debate. Continue reading 07.02.19. Debates, Diplomacy, and Distractions
This week on Middle Theory, in addition to news about Facebook’s new Libra cryptocurrency, we examine the latest developments between the U.S. and Iran, and why sanctions without diplomacy is not a viable strategy. Continue reading 06.23.19. Iran, So Far Away
This week we look at a controversial arms deal with Saudi Arabia, for which Donald Trump is citing a “National Emergency” in order to bypass Congress. Continue reading 06.16.19. It’s Always Sunny in Saudi Arabia
This week’s podcast looks at the 75th anniversary of D-Day and the beach landing at Normandy in 1944, the events of which dramatically shifted the outcome of the Second World War. Continue reading 06.06.19. D-Day 75
This week on Middle Theory, Robert Mueller’s statement before the media stirs controversy, as the partisan debate over the interpretation of his Special Council Report continues. Continue reading 05.31.19. Delicious Irony
This week on Middle Theory, Julian Assange’s critics chime in on why the recent indictments brought against the whistleblower could present serious problems for journalists around the world. Continue reading 05.26.19. Freedom of the Press… in Peril
On this edition of Middle Theory, we cover a campaign stop with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, after which we weigh in on the economic implications of socialism. Continue reading 05.19.19. Justice for All?
This week on Middle Theory, we look at the “Iron Triangle,” and the reasons that corruption in various agencies of government persist as a result of bureaucracy. Continue reading 05.12.19. The Iron Triangle