The Thai 2018 Election?



Thailand announced that their first election since 2011 will happen in November of 2018, although they previously have confirmed it will happen November of 2017, 2016 and 2015. What are they doing to ensure this year it will actually happen? Will it actually happen?


Supreme Court Saturday: Habeas Corpus



In this episode Stephen looks into the Constitutional and Supreme Court History of Habeas Corpus, and connects it to our modern day debates.

Stephen decides to look into the supreme court history of these cases:
Ableman v. Booth
Ex parte Merryman
Ex parte McCardle
Ex parte Yerger
Korematsu v. United States
Johnson v. Eisentrager
Jones v. Cunningham
Cooper v. Pate
Rasul v. Bush
Rumsfeld v. Padilla
Hamdi v. Rumsfeld
Boumediene v. Bush
Munaf v. Geren


South Sudan’s Hyperinflation Tops 660%; Causes and Solutions



In this episode Stephen looks into the case of Hyperinflation in South Sudan, which at one point last year had an over 660% inflation rate, how the problem arose, and what the potential solutions to the problem are.


Supreme Court Saturday: A History of Intellectual Property



In this episode Stephen looks into the Constitutional and Supreme Court History of Intellectual Property, and connects it to our modern day debates.

Stephen decides to look into the supreme court history of these cases:
Trade-Mark Cases
Baker v. Selden
Schillinger v. United States
Continental Paper Bag Co. v. Eastern Paper Bag Co.
International News Service v. Associated Press
Kellogg Co. v. National Biscuit Co.
International Salt Co. v. United States
United States v. Glaxo Group Ltd.
Eldred v. Ashcroft
Microsoft Corp. v. AT&T Corp.
Bilski v. Kappos
Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank International
Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co.