This week, we ask how we became so polarized, and look at the underlying reasons for division in our culture in a discussion about the meaning behind the “Middle Theory.”
Continue reading 05.12.22. This is Middle Theory →
This week, growing concerns over Russia’s nuclear rhetoric in recent days has experts looking at how far Vladimir Putin might go in his quest to conquer Ukraine.
Continue reading 05.03.22. Nuclear Options →
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This week, controversy ensues over Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter, and whether the platform can improve under Musk’s leadership.
Continue reading 04.27.22. Elon Musk and the Battle for Twitter →
As Ukrainian officials say the “Battle of Donbas” has begun, we look at how one controversial Russian cleric has urged for “holy war” as the conflict in Ukraine wears on.
Continue reading 04.18.22. Holy War →
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Tagged Alex Jones, Biden, COVID-19, Donbass, Expats, holy war, InfoWars, Invasion, Portugal, Putin, Russia, Ukraine |
This week, we analyze Elon Musk’s new influence on social media giant Twitter, and the company’s issue with bots posing as users.
Continue reading 04.11.22. Twitter: Battle of the Bots →
In this episode, we are joined by YouTube documentarian and essayist Peter Coffin for a philosophical and economically-minded discussion about cancel culture.
Continue reading 04.04.22. Cancel Culture and the Subscription Society →
This week, violence erupts at the Oscars during an unscripted episode between Best Actor Award recipient Will Smith and host Chris Rock.
Continue reading 03.28.22. Assault at the Oscars →
As the crisis in Ukraine continues, world leaders ask how long the present stalemate might continue, and whether an attempt at removing Putin from power could soon occur from within Russia.
Continue reading 03.21.22. Stalemate →
This week we discuss the latest on the situation with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, with insights on the conflict from reporter Tim McMillan.
Continue reading 03.14.22. Ukraine: The Red Line →
With Russian forces meeting stronger resistance from Ukraine than expected, we look at recent anti-war protests in Russia, and possible motives driving Putin’s decision to invade the country.
Continue reading 03.07.22. Battleground: Ukraine →
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine ensues, we examine the complicated dynamics between nations, and the new face of warfare in the technological age of the 21st century.
Continue reading 02.28.22. World War Wired →
This week, western nations impose sanctions against Russia as Vladimir Putin moves military forces into two regions of Ukraine in the early stages of an apparent invasion.
Continue reading 02.22.22. “I” is for Invasion →