This week, in addition to news we look at recent developments regarding the assassination of Malcolm X, a deathbed confession, and its alleged relationship to the intelligence community’s COINTELPRO operations.
Continue reading 02.24.21: Cointelpro Confessions →
This week Bernie and Obama endorse Biden, while a controversial series of emails dubbed “Red Dawn” illustrates America’s slow response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Continue reading 04.13.20. Red Dawn →
On this edition we look at the latest developments with the COVID-19 coronavirus, as the World Health Organization announces the virus has reached pandemic scale.
Continue reading 03.10.20. Infodemic: COVID-19 →
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Following an explosive Super Tuesday turnout, Joe Biden reemerges as the front runner in the 2020 Democratic Primary race.
Continue reading 03.05.20. Biden Country →
This week the mainstream media reports on the Democratic Primaries from an alternate dimension, and Trump takes a victory lap after his acquittal by Senate Republicans.
Continue reading 02.12.20. Alternate Realities →
This week as the Iowa Caucus implodes, an influential podcaster becomes the latest victim of “Cancel Culture” courtesy of Gaslighting by the mainstream media.
Continue reading 02.04.20. Gaslighting →
This week, political hijinks in advance of the Iowa Caucus leads to a Democratic Debacle, and Double Trouble as the New York Times endorses two candidates.
Continue reading 01.23.20. Two’s Company →
This week we look at shifting attitudes among Americans in response to the recent Democratic Debate, and whether the Democratic message is one that voters in the Midwest can get behind.
Continue reading 10.16.19. Message to the Midwest →
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 →
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Tagged Bernie Sanders, Betsy Ross, Colin Kaepernick, Debates, Democratic Debates, Diplomacy, Distractions, Elizabeth Warren, Iowa Caucuses, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Tulsi Gabbard |
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 →
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 address “manufactured controversies” in society, along with a conversation with Darren Grimes and Adam Loyal about their new “13 Questions” Podcast.
Continue reading 02.24.19. Thirteen Questions: Steps to Self Improvement →