As former Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin is found guilty of all charges, we look at the impact his trial has had on society and cultural. Continue reading 04.26.29. Guilty as Charged
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?
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 Election 2020 continues, former President Obama is keeping quiet as an increasingly divisive group of Democratic candidates fight for the nomination. Continue reading 02.25.20. Silence is Golden
This week on Middle Theory we look at the ongoing “Battle for the Web,” as well as concepts of civil disobedience, the ways that government is changing our values, and how we can aspire to change government for the better. Continue reading 08.18.18. Resistance: Civil Disobedience
This week, we discuss the recent decision by President Trump to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, which has been met with controversy and debate by the international community. As the Christmas season ensues, we begin with a discussion of holiday Continue reading 12.08.17. The New Jerusalem
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, the horrible events that unfolded at a country music concert in Las Vegas are examined in depth. Is there more to the story behind the worst mass shooting in recent American history? With the horrible Continue reading 10.05.17. What Happens in Vegas…
This week on Middle Theory, we remember the tragic accident that claimed the life of Diana, Princess of Wales, two decades ago, as well as conspiracy theories that have lingered since her death. We kick things off by looking at Continue reading 08.31.17. Diana, Princess of Wales
Clinton turns fire on down ballot Republicans Elizabeth Warren To Donald Trump: ‘Nasty Women Have Really Had It With Guys Like You’ Clinton and Warren: Friends now, trouble ahead This week on Middle Theory Podcast: The New Cold War With Continue reading News for October 25, 2016
This week on Middle Theory, we examine the concerns rising over tensions between the U.S. and Russia, and whether there is legitimacy to the possible threat of military developments in the East. Continue reading 10.23.16. The New Cold War with Russia
Battle for Mosul: Iraqi forces inflict ‘heavy losses’ on ISIS On the Ground as the Massive, High-Risk Attack on ISIS in Mosul Begins Man who shot at George Zimmerman sentenced to 20 years Maha Vajiralongkorn, Thailand’s King-to-be, Faces a Challenge Continue reading News for October 17, 2016