As the 2019 impeachment proceedings continue, we take a look at its historic roots in ancient Rome, and the rationale the Founding Fathers gave for it in the United States. Continue reading 11.19.19. When in Rome
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 details behind what has led to the longest U.S. government shutdown in history. Kicking things off this week, it’s been tough times for government employees, hundreds of thousands of whom haven’t Continue reading 01.12.19. Shutdown
On this edition of Middle Theory, a combination of issues and current events are addressed, within the broader discussion of free speech in America, issues with the education system, and identity politics. Continue reading 06.20.18. Keep on Riffin’ in a Free World
On this edition of Middle Theory, we examine the cultural phenomenon that is “The Intellectual Dark Web,” a loosely-knit group of individuals who engage in debate and discourse pertaining to freedom of speech. Continue reading 05.25.18. Fear of the Dark