This week, we analyze the news leading up to Joe Biden’s selection of Kamala Harris as his running mate for his bid for President in the 2020 Election. Continue reading 08.16.20. VP For a VP
A recent devastating explosion in Lebanon’s port city capital of Beirut has raised questions over the country’s leadership, and the role that the international community will play in providing aid moving forward. Continue reading 08.11.20. Blast in Beirut
As President Trump floats the idea of delaying the 2020 election, questions over the use of private data by the DHS and security concerns surrounding the TikTok app take center stage. Continue reading 08.03.20. Delayed Reaction
This week, as violent protests continue around the United States, we look at the controversial deployment of federal authorities to locations like Portland, Oregon, and the justification for this given by the DHS. Continue reading 07.27.20. Rights vs. Riots
This week we examine claims against the accuracy of former U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton’s new book, and the ongoing struggle communities are facing in the age of the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading 06.29.20. Common Sense in the Age of COVID
The Capital Hill Autonomous Zone in Seattle has aroused controversy over what some call a “takeover” by political activists in the city. But has media reporting on the situation been accurate, and does it represent autonomy, anarchy, or something else? Continue reading 06.17.20. Autonomy, or Anarchy?
As America slowly begins to reopen in the midst of COVID-19, controversy surrounds recent remarks made by presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Donald Trump. Continue reading 05.25.20. Chief of Gaffe
This week we look at the alleged “Obamagate” scandal, the claims behind it, what they actually mean, and the “righteous quibbling” that has resulted. Continue reading 05.18.20. What is “Obamagate”?
As the media begins to speculate about the origins of the coronavirus outbreak, we analyze and compare contrasting views expressed by U.S. Intelligence and the scientific community. Continue reading 05.11.20. Spy Claims
This week, spy games ensue as intelligence agencies are pressed by American politicians to dig up information from foreign sources on the coronavirus. Continue reading 05.05.20. Spy vs. Sci
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
This week we look at U.S. intelligence reports indicating that China is concealing information on the coronavirus, ever-changing reports about the use of medical masks, and other bad or conflicting information in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading 04.06.20. Deadly Nonsense