In October 2017, a trove of documents detailing the investigations into the JFK assassination was finally released; here’s what we learned. Continue reading The JFK Files: These Are the Weirdest Things We Learned From the October 2017 Release
This week on Middle Theory, we celebrate Thanksgiving with a retrospective on the holiday, it’s history, controversies, and why some once called it “Franksgiving.” The holidays have finally rolled around… and here at Middle Theory, we’re keeping an eye on Continue reading 11.21.17. Happy Franksgiving!
This week on Middle Theory, we discuss the ongoing “system purge” that continues in the wake of the Weinstein scandal, with the controversy shifting to the world of politics. Roy Moore has become one of the most controversial characters in American Continue reading 11.17.17. System Purge
With Donald Trump’s new nomination of Jerome Powell as head of the “The Fed” (The Federal Reserve, that is), we examine the history of America’s Central Bank, and its constitutional implications. In addition to the recent release of long-classified JFK Continue reading 11.03.17. The Fed